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In March our theme is: turning data into discoveries.
Gathering trusted data is good, but using it to generate actionable insights is great.
In this webinar, we explore tools that turn data into discoveries—allowing scientists to extract insights from big data to directly inform the discovery and development of pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, and functional materials.
The Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) is a CoreTrustSeal certified repository housing over a million empirical crystal structures. It’s trusted by Pfizer, Roche, Novartis, AstraZeneca, Syngenta, and many more to derive insights that advance their R&D.
In this webinar we will show you how to use two tools that let you apply knowledge from the CSD to your system, getting insights to advance your research.
- Validating conformations: learn to verify the stability of your target compound by comparing molecular conformations to known, empirical results with Mogul. Mogul is a CCDC component that leverages the CSD as a knowledge base for deriving the quality of intramolecular geometries.
- Understanding interactions: learn how interactions are likely to occur with full interaction maps (FIMs). FIMs enable you to generate a 3D interaction map that wraps around a molecule and represents the regions of higher probability to find interactions with certain functional groups.
Who should attend?
- Computational chemists or medicinal chemists who want to validate the geometry of experimental or predicted structures
- Scientists that need to predict the likely conformations of a system of interest
- Materials scientists who need to understand the stability and properties of a system
- Pharmaceutical researchers looking to mitigate risks in the process of drug development.