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Introducing e-Therapeutics: An In Silico Drug Discovery Lab

Posted on May 1st, 2017 by in Chemistry

When laypeople think of drug development, they almost certainly imagine clinical labs filled with chemistry and biology labware or trials with control and test groups receiving different doses of the proposed new treatments. Continue reading “Introducing e-Therapeutics: An In Silico Drug Discovery Lab” »

New Reaxys: A Model of Agile Development

Posted on April 11th, 2017 by in Chemistry

The development of a chemistry research solution is not something that should occur solely in the IT department of the product owner. Without the participation of the intended end users of the product, how can the developers be sure that they’re addressing real needs? Continue reading “New Reaxys: A Model of Agile Development” »

The Fundamentals of Good Data Stewardship

Posted on June 29th, 2016 by in Pharma R&D

Bioactivity data is not in short supply. The days of limited availability of data on compounds and biological targets are long behind us. Continue reading “The Fundamentals of Good Data Stewardship” »

Molecular Relatives: Prodrugs

Posted on May 19th, 2016 by in Pharma R&D

I’m an avid sailor, and on our boat we have an amazing device known as a water-maker. It is probably one of the most useful pieces of equipment on board for long cruises, as it takes in sea water, and, through a process of reverse osmosis, provides potable drinking water. Continue reading “Molecular Relatives: Prodrugs” »

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