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August 16, 2021
AI Technology, AtomNet

When you’re developing deep learning models, it’s not always obvious why a model performs the way it does. After all, the whole point of deep learning is to let the network teach itself from training data — and the way it assimilates that […]

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August 10, 2021
Events, ACS2021

At the American Chemical Society Fall 2021 National Meeting & Expo, Atomwise members were selected to present their research and work. Learn what our Atoms have been working on below and visit Atomwise at ACS Fall 2021 National Meeting for other […]

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August 10, 2021
Events, ACS2021

At the American Chemical Society Fall 2021 National Meeting & Expo, Atomwise members were selected to present their research and work. Learn what our Atoms have been working on below and visit Atomwise at ACS Fall 2021 National Meeting for other […]

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August 09, 2021
Events, ACS2021

At the American Chemical Society Fall 2021 National Meeting & Expo, Atomwise members were selected to present their research and work. Learn what our Atoms have been working on below and visit Atomwise at ACS Fall 2021 National Meeting for other […]

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August 09, 2021
Events, ACS2021

At the American Chemical Society Fall 2021 National Meeting & Expo, Atomwise members were selected to present their research and work. Learn what our Atoms have been working on below and visit Atomwise at ACS Fall 2021 National Meeting for other […]

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August 04, 2021
AI Technology, AtomNet

If you think of virtual drug screening as a video game, with players lining up models of compounds and protein targets to see if they fit together, then binding affinity might be how the game is scored. In drug discovery, we look for strong binding […]

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June 25, 2021
AIMS, Academic Research

Matt Alteen is used to convincing people that sugars do more than we once thought. While most of us associate carbohydrates strictly with diet and nutrition, scientists like Alteen are working to show that these natural compounds have a much broader […]

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May 19, 2021
AIMS, Academic Research

At the Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative (DNDi), Ben Perry has an enviable position. A medicinal chemist by training, Perry now works with leading pharmaceutical companies and academic labs around the world. He also gets to try the latest […]

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May 14, 2021
Events, AIMS, Academic Research

At the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting 2021, the abstract for the research program between Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center, Ursulain College, and Atomwise […]

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