June 2019 newsletter
Therapeutic protein degradation by design; Presentations from recent meetings; Review of Efficient Drug Discovery Through Connected Chemistry symposium; New website
“As we near the end of the year I’ve been reflecting on the progress we’ve made. During 2018 we’ve seen major developments in Cresset Discovery Services, in software development, and in our application science team in particular, but wherever I look in the company there are exciting activities and new faces. Here are a few highlights of the past year.” Dr Robert Scoffin, CEO
While the development team is busy giving the finishing touches to Forge V10.6, Giovanna Tedesco reveals a sneak peek of what is new in this release, including: improved predictions through new models, generating qualitative models on small datasets, more responsive GUI for larger projects, and improved interface to Blaze for virtual screening.
Download the latest release of the Spark reagent databases using the Spark Database Updater widget from the Spark GUI or the command line ‘sparkdbupdate’ binary (instructions on the installing Spark databases page).
The release of Flare V2 brings quicker analysis of new design ideas and more automation of workflow processes. Andy Smith, Discovery Services Scientist, explains the advantages that Flare V2 brings to Cresset Discovery Services customers, including more time spent on high-value design and analysis work.