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13 Useful Mobile Apps For Life Scientists

   by Andrii Buvailo    9421
13 Useful Mobile Apps For Life Scientists

(Updated: 10.09.2018)

Nowadays mobile devices are ubiquitous with an estimated number of smartphones and tablet PCs to exceed two billion globally.

The availability of internet connection in most public places, powerful processors, and user-friendly touch screen technologies make mobile devices useful not only for spare time activities but also for education and science.

 

Specialized mobile apps are ubiquitous in the area of healthcare providing value for medical doctors, as well as patients involved in various healthcare programs and therapies. Those include various apps for assisting clinical decision making by doctors, apps for monitoring physiological parameters of patients in real time, apps for managing doctor-patient interactions, apps for self-monitoring various health conditions and physiological parameters (for example, did you know you can identify a dangerous wart on your body using your mobile phone?) etc.  

Navigating In REAL Chemical Space To Find Novel Medicines (Now 3.8 Billion Molecules)

   by Andrii Buvailo    3553
Navigating In REAL Chemical Space To Find Novel Medicines (Now 3.8 Billion Molecules)

[Latest update: 27.07.2018]

February 6 2018 will be marked in history as the day when an automobile embarked on a million year trip into far space. On that day, Falcon Heavy, the 230ft megarocket, successfully launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, bringing on board Elon Musk’s personal Tesla Roadster with a crash test dummy called 'Starman' strapped into the driver's seat.

"The imagery of it is something that's going to get people excited around the world." says Elon Musk, a guy who literally revolutionized the area of space travel having developed and successfully tested first reusable rockets in the aerospace history, opening new horizons for cosmos explorations.

While advances in aeronautics are making news headlines daily, a much quieter scientific revolution is also happening in the area of “chemical space” explorations -- the one which might soon uncover novel medicines to cure diseases.

36 Web Resources For Target Hunting In Drug Discovery

   by Alfred Ajami, Andrii Buvailo    14029
36 Web Resources For Target Hunting In Drug Discovery

Choosing the right biological target or a combination of targets is a fundamental task for any successful drug discovery project. All the subsequent efforts -- be it a small molecule hit identification, lead optimization, pharmacokinetic studies, or a clinical trial -- will just be as effective, at the end of the day, as was the initial decision to choose one target or another.

Takeda Partners With Numerate To Use Artificial Intelligence For Drug Discovery

   by BiopharmaTrend    8087
Takeda Partners With Numerate To Use Artificial Intelligence For Drug Discovery

A multi-year research agreement has just been announced between Takeda Pharmaceuticals (TSE: 4502) and an Artificial Intelligence (AI)-driven computational drug design company Numerate, Inc. Under this contract, Numerate will have to come up with new clinical candidates in the Takeda’s core therapeutic areas: oncology, gastroenterology, and central nervous system disorders.

Chinese Biotech Innovent Biologics, Inc. Raises USD 260M To Accelerate Biologics Development

   by Andrii Buvailo    5109

Chinese biopharmaceutical industry investment landscape has been marked by a new record -- USD $260M Series D investment raised by Innovent Biologics, Inc. exceeded China's previous investment deals for biopharmaceutical industry and became one of the largest biopharmaceutical industry fundraising events in the world for both private and public financing markets in 2016.