Cheminformatics is a dynamic and rapidly evolving field which is at the heart of modern drug design. It uses computer and informational techniques applied to a range of problems in the field of chemistry. The primary application of cheminformatics is in the storage, indexing and search of information relating to compounds.
The event was hosted at The Imperial War Museum in Duxford, Cambridgeshire and comprised of a high quality programme of plenary lectures, plus both a poster session, and a commercial exhibition.
Available Conference Papers:
- Closing the loop between synthesis and design, Dr Matt Segall, Optibrium Ltd.
- Cheminformatics: Empowering collaborative drug discovery and development, Prof Julian Blagg, The Institute of Cancer Research
- Application of computational tools and techniques to library design, Dr Vivienne Allen, Charles River
- Artificial intelligence is the future of drug discovery, Dr David Leahy, Discovery Bus Ltd.