A case study on the tranSMART Foundation from the Pistoia Alliance.
The Pistoia Alliance HELM project has made two major announcements that help cement the reputation of HELM as the de-facto standard for describing and working with complex macromolecular structures. Firstly, HELM users can now take advantage of free MarvinBeans 5.0 licenses for the HELM toolkit. Secondly, RDKit is now HELM-enabled, making it a valuable addition to the extensive range of open source HELM-enabled tools.
The presentation and recording from the "Sharing data with my co-opetition" Pistoia Alliance Debates webinar held on Thursday 3rd December 2015 are available here.
The Pistoia Alliance has started work on the Chemical Safety Library, a project which will allow for the capture and sharing of previously inaccessible reaction incident information to enhance laboratory safety.
The November 2015 edition of the Pistoia Alliance newsletter, Innovation in Action, is available to download as a PDF document.
ELIXIR and the Pistoia Alliance will be collaborating as part of the Map of Alliances project, an industry initiative to better understand the landscape of the pre-competitive environment in life sciences.
The slides and recording from today's webinar on Biosample exchanges – the past, the current and the future – how do we make it work? are now available. Results from the polls taken during the webinar can be found below the embedded slides.