July 2019 newsletter
The importance of understanding protein-protein and protein-ligand interactions in immuno-oncology Immuno-oncology represents a new paradigm in the fight against cancer and ...
This year’s Cresset User Group meeting will be at Downing College, Cambridge on Sep 21-22, 2011. The first half day will be a training session and will immediately follow the MGMS meeting at which the career of Dr Andy Vinter will be honoured. We are currently pulling together the agenda and would be delighted to hear from potential speakers.
Cresset recently announced a major new academic access program for all of its tools, including software bursaries and free individual research and training licenses and free downloads of some its tools.
Cresset has released new command line versions of many of its FieldStere, FieldAlign and FieldView tools along with free Pipeline Pilot protocols and KNIME nodes, which can be used to wrap these tools into larger workflows and enterprise processes.
For the first time, Cresset has released tools based on its unique XED forcefield. The Xedex conformation hunter and the free XedMin ligand minimizer can now be downloaded from the Cresset website.