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Azure Quantum Elements

Purpose-built to accelerate scientific discovery

Accelerating Scientific Discovery


Scale molecular simulations with state-of-the-art capabilities enabled by high-performance computing and workflow automation on a cloud purpose-built for chemical and materials simulation.


Expand research horizons and accelerate calculations by predicting molecular and material properties using custom AI models and cloud-integrated workflows.


Solve some of the most challenging chemical and materials science problems with flexible tools that lay the groundwork for harnessing the power of future quantum supercomputers.

Explore chemistry concepts in Azure Quantum

Learn about chemistry and materials science concepts in a new and interactive way by using Copilot in Azure Quantum to generate, visualize and interact with molecular structures and orbitals. Grounded in the latest scientific research, Copilot enables you to keep on top of scientific advances by quickly generating research summaries, including citations so that you can dive deeper when needed.

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Accelerating materials discovery with AI and Azure Quantum Elements

Learn how the Azure Quantum team combined new material property prediction AI models with High-performance computing calculations to digitally screen candidates for improved battery materials. 

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Accelerating innovation in computational chemistry

Scientists from Microsoft, ETH Zurich, and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory present an automated workflow to leverage the scale of Azure to transform R&D processes in quantum chemistry and materials science. 

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Unlocking the power of Azure for Molecular Dynamics

More powerful platforms for molecular dynamics simulations could unlock the development of new materials, new drugs, and more efficient batteries. Learn how Azure Quantum scientists answered a fundamental question: what are Azure’s capabilities for these types of simulations? 

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See how customers are innovating today with Azure Quantum Elements.

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Make use of familiar software solutions optimized for Azure Quantum Elements

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