April 2014 Newsletter

Blaze release

We are delighted to announce the release of Blaze V10.2. This version of our unique virtual screening software contains major enhancements to the workflow that improves results and reduces the search time, a new REST interface to enable enhanced integration and an improved security system. We have also released a new fully functional software as a service (SaaS) demo server. Read details of this release.

Virtual screening in the cloud with Blaze

Blaze software as a service (SaaS) gives you the ability to search millions of commercially available compounds through a web portal. See how easy it is for yourself with our new demo version which lets you try this technology for free. Read more and try a free demo.

Applying XED molecular mechanics to GPCRs

Dr. Andy Vinter has been studying the mechanism of GPCR binding using his innovative force field. Read part two of the article.

Field Based Chemistry North America, June 11, Cambridge MA

Program rich in scientific presentations, product updates and Cresset research together with free training on Cresset’s products. Register free.

Field Based Chemistry Europe, June 19-20, Cambridge, UK

Program rich in scientific presentations, product updates and Cresset research together with free training on Cresset’s products. Register free.

Using reagent databases to find the next move

In this webinar we show how Spark’s reagent databases can be used to explore accessible chemistry space. View the webinar here.

Illustrated wall poster – Electrostatics of heterocyclic rings

Created using TorchLite, this popular new poster shows the electrostatics and shape of common 5- and 6-membered heterocyclic rings. Download the poster free.