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Chemists: Unsung Innovators

Posted on October 25th, 2017 by in Chemistry

In many people’s minds, the classic image of the chemist is still someone in a lab coat standing over a burner, while chemistry itself tends to evoke thoughts of equations on chalkboards and fluids in beakers. But the reality is that these images are a bit outdated Continue reading “Chemists: Unsung Innovators” »

2017 Nobel Chemistry Prize Awarded for Developments in Cryo-electron Microscopy

Posted on October 4th, 2017 by in Chemistry

One of the year’s most exciting moments for the global chemistry community is here today, as The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has made its choice for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2017. Continue reading “2017 Nobel Chemistry Prize Awarded for Developments in Cryo-electron Microscopy” »

Is the Pharma Industry Missing the Big Picture?

Posted on September 22nd, 2017 by in Pharma R&D

There is a disconnect between how drugs are developed and how they are used. In the traditional method of target-oriented development, each new candidate drug is scrutinized in a handful of interactions with desirable and undesirable targets. Continue reading “Is the Pharma Industry Missing the Big Picture?” »

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” »

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