Category Archive: open drug discovery teams


SLAS 2013 – An amazing keynote on Huntington’s Disease

This week I was at the Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening meeting in Orlando (SLAS2013). This was the first time I had attended this conference and I spent a couple of days glued to the informatics track, with occasional trips out to other sessions. As I do not get out of my home office that …

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Cheminformatics workflows using mobile apps

To follow up yesterdays blog on the “Incorporating Green Chemistry Concepts into Mobile Chemistry Applications and Their Potential Uses” paper we now have a new paper in Chem-Bio Informatics Journal, called “Cheminformatics workflows using mobile apps” (with Alex Clark and Antony Williams). This is a Japanese peer reviewed journal and has its papers freely available – …

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Follow up on 2012 rare disease goals and plans for more open science in 2013

Its been a very collaborative year. Last year I set out some goals for myself in 2012 on the rare disease front and I figured I should take stock. So here are the goals and what has happened. 1. Write grants to fund rare disease researchers to develop products. + Written an STTR for Phoenix Next (and …

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