How to Form a Materials Informatics Strategy

March 29, 2019 | Research Report

Over the past few years, we have seen a few corporate pioneers setting their materials informatics (MI) strategies and expect this trend to continue, if not at an accelerated speed. The data-centric nature gives first-mover advantage to successful earlier adopters. Therefore, a suitable MI strategy is in demand. In this report, we analyze three strategies for corporate players to engage MI: Working with a startup, starting an internal MI initiative, and forming a consortium with your peers. Of the three, the consortium model is the most powerful way to engage MI, and successful consortia could re-set the competitive landscape of the chemical and materials industry.


  • Chemicals
  • CPG
  • Government & Non-Profit
  • Industrials
  • Utilities

Table of Contents

  • Title page
  • Executive Summary
  • Why You Should Form a Materials Informatics Strategy
  • How to Form a Materials Informatics Strategy
  • The Consortium Model is the Most Powerful Way to Leverage Materials Informatics
  • Conclusions and Outlook

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