December 2019 newsletter
CEO end of year message Rob Scoffin, CEO, reviews another successful year for Cresset, including the growing team, new product ...
Our North American User Meeting is approaching fast and has only limited spaces. We’ve got free training on our new Forge application, excellent speakers, a new product to show, and we’re still adding to the agenda.
Register now to avoid disappointment
Our fourth design a molecule challenge has again been very popular and now we are giving you just a little longer to get your entries submitted. Already registered – you’ll need a new license file from here. Not registered yet – no problem, you can do it now. We’ve got an introductory video and a full training video to help you get the best molecule that you can.
Design a Molecule and win an iPad, see more.
We’ve been talking about our new application for a while but it is now very close to release. Along with a new look and lots of new functionality we have a new name – Forge. We hope the capabilities that we’ve introduced will help you knock some sense into your data and help you make something new and shiny!
See Forge in action here.
We’re attending and exhibiting the National Medicinal Chemistry Symposium in Tucson, AZ, May 20-23 but that is not the only place you can meet us this year. If you missed us at the ACS in San Diego then maybe Philidelphia in August would suit you better? We’re also planning our trip to Vienna for the EuroQSAR as well as polishing the speaker list for our own meeting in June. How about you?
Learn more about Cresset events here.
Cresset is proud to be sponsoring an award under the Teach-Discover-Treat initiative of the COMP division of the ACS. The initiative is aimed at delveloping cutting edge workflows that can be used for teaching and pro-actively in the discovery of active molecules. The initiative takes the form of a competition – put together the best workflow under one of 4 categories and win a trip to the ACS in New Orleans.
Learn more from TDT’s website.