May 2014 Newsletter

Invitation from CEO to Cresset user group meetings

Our annual user group meetings ‘Field Based Chemistry’ are excellent forums for the sharing of ideas, approaches and results. Previous attendees have told me that they really value the chance to meet with the Cresset team and with colleagues from industry and academia who are working in similar scientific areas.

Although referred to as user meetings, these meetings are open to everyone, whether or not you are are a current Cresset customer. We look forward to welcoming you in June.

Dr. Robert Scoffin, CEO

June 11th : North American user meeting, Cambridge, MA, US

Places are now very limited for the workshops so please register soon to secure one of the last places. The scientific program includes presenters from Cresset, industry and academia. Read abstracts and register free.

June 19th – 20th : European user meeting, Cambridge, UK

There are just a few spaces left in the small workshop groups so register soon to guarantee your place. The scientific program includes presenters from Cresset, industry and academia and this year, for the first time, there will be a panel discussion. Read abstracts and register free.

Cresset package for Pipeline Pilot v2.1.0 released

This release integrates Blaze, Cresset’s ligand based virtual screening system with Pipeline Pilot. Read more.

New presentation: Using cloud based virtual screening to find novel leads

Blaze is now available as a cloud based service. This presentation demonstrates how cloud based virtual screeninig enables you to screen millions of compounds with no loss of accuracy. Blaze Cloud is cost efficient, easy to use and secure. View presentation and demonstration.

Teach-Discover-Treat ‘Cresset Award’

Congratulations to Ryan G Coleman and Joel Karpiak from the Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, University of California San Francisco, who have been awarded the 2014 Teach-Discover-Treat ‘Cresset Award’. Read more.

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