Alzheimer’s disease: Modeling current and potential targets
By the time we are 65, one in ten of us will have contracted Alzheimer’s disease. This rises to fifty ...
Chemistry software for drug discovery is becoming increasingly polarised into expert tools for computational chemists and 3D desktop modelling tools to support the work of medicinal chemists.
Day to day desktop tools enhance the work flow of medicinal chemists, while companies are increasingly choosing to outsource computational chemistry to consultants as a cost effective way of accessing expertise in a timely fashion.
Read the full article by Dr Martin Slater, Cresset’s Director of Consulting, on Page 38 of the Feb/Mar 2013 issue of Scientific Computing World.