A brief reminder about the next Cambridge Cheminformatics Network Meeting on Wednesday, 12 February 2020, at the Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre (CCDC, https://www.ccdc.cam.ac.uk/), starting at 3.30pm with coffee and talks from 4pm onwards - this time it will be a 'startup event', with the program being as follows:
"Quantum Software for Quantum Chemistry"
Joan Camps, Riverlane
"Improving virtual screening by combining molecular docking and hydrophobic profile similarity"
Javier Vazquez, Pharmacelera
"Imputation of heterogeneous assay data using deep learning"
Tom Whitehead, Intellegens
We will as usual retreat to the Alma afterwards (around 5.30pm) - no registration is necessary, and everyone is welcome to attend. (If you plan to attend please aim to turn up somewhat before the event starts, given that participants need to sign in upon arrival at the CCDC which may take a few minutes.)
Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre (CCDC) announced the first release of CSD data and software update of 2019.
The 2019 CSD Release contains 957,868 unique structures and 973,630 entries (CSD version 5.40) – an increase of more than 57,000 entries. We are currently on course to reach a million structures by summer 2019.
The update includes an exciting new polyhedra display option in our visualisation software Mercury.
Read more here….