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Intelligent Pharma receives Marie Curie Training Award

Intelligent Pharma receives Marie Curie Training Award

Intelligent Pharma receives Marie Curie Training Award

Intelligent Pharma is participating in a €3.8M Marie Curie Innovative Training Network (ITN) called TRAIN ‘Tribbles Research and Innovation Network’. Led by Dr. Ender Kiss-Toth (The University of Sheffield), the consortium includes companies and institutions from the UK, Spain, Germany, France, The Netherlands, Portugal, and Hungary. The work in this program will be undertaken by 15 PhD students who will investigate how dysregulated innate immune responses and metabolism promote the development and progression of cancer.

Molecular Modeling Services

Molecular Modeling Services

Intelligent Pharma’s goal is to be your computational chemistry & bioinformatics team, working with you to develop computational chemistry tasks relevant to your drug discovery project. We can also act as a support team for your computational department on the development processes you already have in place.

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3rd Party Data Management Solutions

3rd Party Data Management Solutions

Intelligent Pharma provides you with software solutions to manage the acquired information and knowledge of your organization.


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Scientific Software Development Services

Scientific Software Development Services

Intelligent Pharma offers advanced software development solutions for companies and institutions working in life sciences including the pharmaceutical, biotechnological, cosmetic, and nutritional fields. 


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Events

Bio International Convention, San Diego

June 19th-22nd 2017

Meet Intelligent Pharma in San Diego at Bio 2017!

This year we will be participating with the delegation from Spain, supported by ASEBIO and BioCat....[+]

News

Marie Curie Training Award

June 1, 2016

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Blog

Pythia 3.0

April 18, 2017

The newest version of PYTHIA, our in silico platform for polypharmacology and mode-of-action studies, is now available for licensing!
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