ChemAxon, a Pistoia Alliance member, has today released its new Biomolecule Toolkit product. The Biomolecule Toolkit includes HELM compatibility making it fully interoperable with an increasing number of other HELM-aware solutions and adopters.
The Pistoia Alliance Debates series will continue on Tuesday January 20th with a webinar entitled “Ontologies as the glue for knowledge management: use cases and challenges.”
An article describing CSCS, its Expert Community, and recent work to expand the project's scope to include Chinese legislation was published in Scrip Regulatory Affairs on January 9th.
The January 2015 edition of the Pistoia Alliance newsletter, Innovation in Action, is available to download as a PDF document.
The presentation and recording from the Genomics, Pharmaceutical R&D & Healthcare: Are we there yet? Webinar held on Thursday 11th December 2014 are available here.
At our annual RSC evening event, to be held on February 11th 2015 from 6-10pm at the Royal Society of Chemistry in London, UK, we want to shine a spotlight on our extensive community of Contributing Members. We want to ask: What keeps you up at night?
The Pistoia Alliance HELM project started almost two years ago in December 2012 when David Klatte proposed that the Pistoia Alliance help open source a technology first developed for internal use at Pfizer. That technology was HELM and it enabled the representation of complex macromolecules. The Pistoia Alliance membership enthusiastically embraced the idea and the HELM project was born.
The Analysome concept was initiated by the U-BIOPRED team and supported by the Pistoia Alliance. Although developed as a pre-project assessment exercise, the outputs delivered by the Pistoia Alliance provided many of the benefits of a full-scale project and included the creation of a fully functional prototype.
The November 2014 edition of the Pistoia Alliance newsletter, Innovation in Action, is available to download as a PDF document.