Simplify complex tasks.

Scientific documents are complex, but indispensable. Opscidia uses technologies such as deep learning and machine learning to create solutions tailored to your needs.

Save time in your scientific analysis.

You can trust our expertise to work with you to find tailor-made solutions. To save you time.

technological intelligence tools for R&D

The AI finds information in the scientific literature.

Artificial intelligence trained on scientific papers is now able to facilitate information retrieval. Discover how Opscidia can help you!

The Science Checker allows you to check the veracity of a scientific consensus for free.


The Vietsch Foundation supported Opscidia in the creation of a platform to fight scientific fake news. This tool allows checking whether a statement is in line with the scientific consensus or not.

Le Science Checker

with Vietsch Foundation

How does the Science Checker work?

Step 1: You submit a scientific claim

Step 2: Our AI will explore whether the scientific literature on the subject supports or contradicts your claim

Step 3: The result is presented to you with a confidence indicator, and our interface allows you to explore the most relevant articles on the subject.

An ontology generator

for openAIRE
Winning the  OpenAIRE open call for innovation competition, Opscidia created an adaptation of their technology with a named entity recognition layer. To help detect and visualize the most important concepts in their corpus.
European Commission

A Weak signals detector

for Comission European
Opscidia has designed and developed a weak signal analyze that predicts the most promising research areas in scientific publications.


To help the Future Emerging Technologies group of the European Commission’s DG CNCT to detect emerging technological concepts in order to fund the most innovative projects.

A Biology explorer


For Bibliome LabOpscidia has developed a visualization tool which allows the detection of microorganisms living in the same environment. This tool allows them to exploit their very large database on microorganisms and to extract relevant information quickly.


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