This whitepaper details how GOLD, a comprehensively validated and widely used docking software, was used to perform a virtual screen on cloud resources.
Recent webinars include custom feature creation in CSD-CrossMiner, 10 (or so) things you didn't know about Mercury, ultra-large docking; scaling GOLD, and more!
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View and retrieve structures in the Cambridge Structural Database
Available Now. The world's repository for small-molecule crystal structures. Download CSD 2020.3. Find out more about the latest data updates here.
In this 2 day virtual conference presentations will highlight issues and common themes which impact the ability to routinely manufacture the chosen c...
Here we highlight a paper by researchers at Tianjin University using the Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) and CSD-Materials to identify coformers t...
Science is changing. The way that teams collaborate, the challenges faced, and the tools and resources available to scientists continue to&n...
We make the CSD and CCDC software freely available in over 80 countries - and it's put to work in some fantastic research and teaching. Learn more about our FAIRE programme and apply online: https://t.co/cyEV8iWTbB
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Learn more about docking with GOLD in the API, and effective searching with WebCSD and Access Structures - join us for our July What's Up webinar.
🗓️ 22nd July
⏰ 11am (EDT) / 4pm (BST)
🔗 Register here https://t.co/cxVIKGAAek https://t.co/8aeQkXGMre
Looking to improve physicochemical properties through multicomponent crystals? Our new case study shows how researchers used CCDC tools to reduce the number of experimental screenings needed to find coformers of PMZ (a nonbiocidal pesticide).