We are pleased to announce the full agenda for April 14th, the public day of our Spring conference. If you'd like to attend, please register now! We've been working hard to put together an interesting day's content for the benefit of our members and friends alike, and we hope to encourage some lively debate and discussion that will support the creation of the next generation of Pistoia Alliance projects.
The presentation and recording from the Big Data: Solution or Pollution? Webinar held on Thursday 26th February 2015 are available here.
Last week saw the Pistoia Alliance host its annual evening dinner and discussion in the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Library at Burlington House, London. The event celebrated past successes and looked forwards to future potential.
ChemAxon, a Pistoia Alliance member, has today announced a deal that will see its CSCS-based solution, Compliance Checker, deployed at …
ChEMBL 20 incorporates the Hierarchical Editing Language for Macromolecules (HELM), the macromolecular representation standard recently released by the Pistoia Alliance.
Over the last three months we have been developing business cases that explore four ideas from IP3. The aim was to investigate the potential market for the output of the projects should they go ahead, the resources required to deliver them, and to flesh out the specific outputs that the project would aim to deliver.
Controlled Substance Compliance Services (CSCS), a project managed by the Pistoia Alliance, which helps companies check the legal requirements around using controlled substances in pharmaceutical research, is set to expand to China.
The slides and recording of this webinar are now available. The webinar explored selected use cases and challenges for ontological engineering, an area considered to be critical for a successful life science sector.
The Pistoia Alliance’s new members include large global companies, startups, and academic organizations, including Amgen, Lundbeck, Dotmatics Limited, quattroresearch GmbH, Patcore Inc., Hewlett-Packard Company, the University of Reading, Cambridgene, and QFAB.