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October 18, 2017
2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Intelligent Pharma wants to congratulate Jacques Dubochet (University of Lausanne), Joachim Frank (Columbia University) and Richard Henderson (University of Cambridge UK) for receiving the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2017. They were awarded by the Swedish Academy “for developing cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM) for the high-resolution structure determinat...
September 26, 2017
Quantum computing in Drug Discovery
When you want to explain how nature works, you can describe the different processes on several levels. However, when researchers want to explain interactions between biomolecules, such as proteins, DNA, lipids or even drug interactions and effects, they must descend to the atomic level in order to explain accurately what nature is telling us.   Du...
July 17, 2017
A Roadmap to the Death of Death
Might our ancestors be the last to have experienced death? Two cutting-edge scientists studying longevity and regenerative medicine are very hopeful. Intelligent Pharma has recently attended a seminar on cutting edge technology and research regarding the lengthening of human life. Read to find out how far today’s science has progressed in the field of lo...
April 18, 2017
Pythia 3.0
The newest version of PYTHIA, our in silico platform for polypharmacology and mode-of-action studies, is now available for licensing!   In a matter of seconds PYTHIA combines molecular similarity calculation based fingerprints with experimental activity data to identify biological and off-targets of an active compound. Default activity data come f...
February 20, 2017
Deep Neural Networks for drug discovery
Deep Neural Networks (DNNs) have been in the spotlight for last couple of years. This technique has been applied with great success to traditional Machine Learning problems such as Image and Speech recognition. Moreover, it has been applied to other learning problems such as mastering the game of Go being able to beat a human professional of this game for the ...