$1.49M In Seed Funding Raised to Continue Building Mol Chemistry

 
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We’re extremely excited to announce today that we have raised $1.49M in Phase II SBIR grant funds from the National Institutes of Health’s National Institute of General Medical Sciences Division of Research Capacity Building. These funds will support the continued research and development of Mol Chemistry to address the entire first semester of organic chemistry, new instructor-centric tools and integrations, and a pilot study with over 800 students at Texas A&M University.

Head over to https://www.substrategames.com/news/2019/05/06/substrate-games-wins-nih-phaseii-sbir-for-mobile-learning-platform for more information.

Over the next year, watch this space for more information on our roadmap.

-The Mol Team

 
Will Schneller