Webinar: Open source software components for chemistry standardisation

Antony Williams (EPA, previously RSC and ChemSpider) and Valery Tkachenko (RSC, previously ChemSpider) discuss the need for mechanisms for the standardisation and validation of chemical structure data, and the development and implementation of a system of software components to achieve this within the Open PHACTS Discovery Platform. Watch webinar video | View webinar slides

Webinar: Open source software components for chemistry standardisation

Our Science and Open PHACTS webinar series returns on 24 October, following our summer break. This month we will discuss the key chemistry software components and datasets that underpin the Open PHACTS Discovery Platform, which are now available as open source software components. Webinar: Science and Open PHACTS: Open source software components for chemistry standardisation Date: Monday, 24 Read more about Webinar: Open source software components for chemistry standardisation[…]

Conference: 251st ACS National Meeting & Exposition

251st ACS National Meeting & Exposition, San Diego, USA Herman van Vlijmen (Janssen) gave a presentation: Open PHACTS: Semantic interoperability for drug discovery Valery Tkachenko (Royal Society of Chemistry) gave a presentation: Implementing chemistry platform for Open PHACTS: Lessons learned Anna Gaulton (EMBL-EBI) gave a presentation: Representation of drug discovery knowledge in the ChEMBL and SureChEMBL databases

Conference: 250th ACS National Meeting & Exposition

250th ACS National Meeting & Exposition, Boston, USA Richard Kidd (Royal Society of Chemistry) gave a presentation: Workflow-based data integration for drug discovery Gerhard Ecker (University of Vienna) gave a presentation: Topliss batchwise scheme reviewed in the era of Open Data George Papadatos (EMBL-EBI) gave a presentation: SureChEMBL: An open patent chemistry resource

Conference: CINF-RSC CICAG Symposium

Joint CINF-RSC CICAG Symposium at the 247th ACS National Meeting & Exposition, Dallas, USA Valery Tkachenko (Royal Society of Chemistry) represented Open PHACTS, and Katrin Stierand (University of Hamburg) gave a presentation: Accessing Open PHACTS: Interactive exploration of compounds and targets from the semantic web

Conference: Biochemical Society Workshop

Biochemical Society Workshop: Tools and Strategies to Find Chemical Probes for Your Protein, London, UK Jack Gibb (Royal Society of Chemistry) gave a presentation: Open PHACTS Discovery Platform – Integrating pharmacological and physicochemical data

Conference: NETTAB 2013

NETTAB 2013, Venice Lido, Italy Antony Williams (Royal Society of Chemistry) gave a presentation: Facilitating Scientific Discovery through Crowdsourcing and Distributed Participation Christine Chichester (Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics) gave a presentation: Mobile semantic technologies using Open PHACTS

Conference: 6th European Conference on Rare Diseases

6th European Conference on Rare Diseases & Orphan Products, Brussels, Belgium Richard Kidd (Royal Society of Chemistry) and Marco Roos (LUMC) gave a presentation: Making rare diseases visible for research and public health

Second Open PHACTS Workshop held

On 16-17 April 2012 the 2nd Open PHACTS Community Workshop was held at the RSC‘s Chemistry Centre, Burlington House, London. This workshop provided an understanding of the scientific and technical background to Open PHACTS, featured the current status, and gave the opportunity to discuss particular issues around data integration, licensing and sustainability with new consortium members, Read more about Second Open PHACTS Workshop held[…]

2011 Conferences

Open PHACTS had a presence at the following conferences and events in 2011:   12–13 December, 2011 Benelux Bioinformatics Conference 2011, Luxembourg 2 December, 2011 STM Innovations Seminar 2011, London, UK 28 November, 2011 Chemical Information and Computer Applications Group (CICAG) meeting: The Future Information Needs of Pharmaceutical & Medicinal Chemistry, London, UK 7 November, 2011 Royal Read more about 2011 Conferences[…]