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Zapata Computing

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Founded
2017
Patents
35
Publications
7

Technologies

Quantum Theory in Drug Discovery

Our scientists help industry-leading companies understand — and capitalize on — the capabilities of quantum computing today, and the possibilities of quantum computing tomorrow. With Fortune 100 and Global 1000 companies, we are developing solutions for a wide range of industries including chemistry, logistics, finance, oil and gas, aviation, pharmaceuticals and materials. Zapata's quantum platform Orquestra™ (Orquestra) combines a powerful software platform and quantum algorithm libraries to deliver real-world advances in computational power for applications — particularly in chemistry, machine learning, and optimization. Orquestra enables users to compose quantum workflows and orchestrate their execution across classical and quantum technologies.

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14 Companies Using Quantum Theory To Accelerate Drug Discovery (Including 2 Going Public)

  
(Updated: 24.02.2024) Molecular mechanics (MM) is a traditional computational approach when it comes to modeling in synthetic organic chemistry, medicinal chemistry, and versatile aspects of drug design. However, MM methods have significant limitations, for example, when used to study electron-based properties within the drug-receptor microenvironment. Quantum mechanical (QM) methods allow …

From Qubits to Cures: The Promise of Quantum Computing in Pharmaceutical Research and Development (a Realistic View)

  
In a recent announcement, Moderna and IBM unveiled their partnership aimed at utilizing cutting-edge technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI) and quantum computing, to accelerate research in messenger RNA (mRNA) therapeutics and vaccines. This collaboration highlights the growing interest in the potential of quantum computing within the life sciences sector.