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Navigating the Challenges of Pharmaceutical Marketing

   by Ben Ramsbottom    1331
Navigating the Challenges of Pharmaceutical Marketing

According to a research report by The Business Research Company, the global pharmaceuticals market was worth $934.8 billion in 2017. This will continue to rise, reaching an incredible $1,170 billion by 2021.

Those who work within the field of pharmaceuticals are well aware of the fragmented and fluctuating nature of the industry. This growing industry is trying to adapt to an ever-changing world in terms of communication, but it is experiencing some roadblocks along the way. We look at some of the most notable challenges facing pharmaceutical marketing today.

2018: AI Is Surging In Drug Discovery Market

   by Andrii Buvailo    12959
2018: AI Is Surging In Drug Discovery Market

Updated: 10.01.2019. Newly added content is marked in the text with "Update" sign.

The idea of using artificial intelligence (AI) to accelerate drug discovery process and boost a success rate of pharmaceutical research programs has inspired a surge of activity in this area over the last several years. In 2018, things are getting even “hotter” with the increase in the amount of partnerships, investments and other important events, summarized and grouped below into “mini-trends”.

Artificial Intelligence For Drug Discovery Use Cases At Mind the Byte

   by David Vidal    2311
Artificial Intelligence For Drug Discovery Use Cases At Mind the Byte

Artificial intelligence (AI) has become a hot topic in the biopharmaceutical environment and nearly every pharma company in the world has embraced it hoping that it will play a major role in speeding up drug discovery, by reducing R&D costs and avoiding failure in late development stages. According to prospects, AI-driven drug discovery will lead to the development of new and more effective drugs, paving thus the way to personalized medicine.

[White paper] High Throughput Quantum Chemistry for Drug Discovery - Towards Reaction Screening

   by Peter Jarowski    3266
[White paper] High Throughput Quantum Chemistry for Drug Discovery - Towards Reaction Screening

In the domain of drug discovery, there can be a world of difference between a computer-generated hit compound, which is predicted to bind well to a drug target and what can be reliably synthesized at scale, or indeed synthesized at all. This discrepancy has been a lingering point of discord between the Discovery and R&D efforts in the chemical industry. Computer-aided drug design (CADD) has become an increasingly valuable tool by providing essential screening data and unique insight into drug action and mechanism, but it does not model the more complex world of chemical reactivity and synthetic chemistry.