June 2019 newsletter
Therapeutic protein degradation by design; Presentations from recent meetings; Review of Efficient Drug Discovery Through Connected Chemistry symposium; New website
Over 70 new or improved features are included in V10.3 of Forge, our computational chemistry workbench for ligand-based design. Release highlights include: support for multiple activities in Activity Miner, automatic enumeration of unspecified chiral centers, new and integrated FieldTemplater module, integration to Blaze and improved conformation hunt settings. Read more.
V10.3 of Torch, our molecular design and SAR tool for medicinal chemists, is now released. The significant new science and functionality includes: support for multiple activities, new radial plots, new interactive plots, improved integration to Blaze and new protein display options. Read more.
Cresset Engine Broker (CEB) is a new module which allows you to quickly and easily make the power of your computing cluster available to Forge and Spark users on the desktop whether they are running Linux®, Windows® or OS X®. Read more.
Cresset’s North American user meeting was held on June 11th. We were kindly hosted by Novartis in their Cambridge, MA facilities. The European meeting took place the following week on June 19th – 20th at Madingley Hall, Cambridge, UK. Between them, the meetings were attended by a diverse group of computational and medicinal chemists from academia, industry and patent offices. See presentations.