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Cambridge Cheminformatics Newsletter, 19 February 2021

Dear All,

I would like to circulate some current Cheminformatics (and related) news to everyone as follows:

As for our next Cambridge Cheminformatics Meeting please note that this will take place on 2 June, from 4-6pm (UK time), via Zoom. Please save the date for now, the detailed programme will be out in due course (see for updates), and if you wish to present on this (or a future) occasion please just get in touch, thanks a lot.

Events (generally online and free)

22-24 February 2021
AI medicine and novel drug target discovery

23/24 February 2021
Therapeutic Innovation for the New Decade (ELRIG event)

24 February 2021
AI3SD Winter Seminar Series: Materials Machine Learning (MML)

27 February 2021
AI in Drug Discovery Conference (by the Imperial College Computational Biology Society)

14 April 2021 (and subsequent dates)
AI 4 Proteins Seminar Series 2021

21/22 April 2022
BioSolveIT DrugSpace symposium

26-28 May 2021
European Chemical Biology Symposium


Head of Chemoinformatics
Medicines Discovery Catapult
Alderley Park

Research Scientist, Quantum Algorithms
Cambridge Quantum Computing

Computational Chemist

Research and Applications Scientist/Editorial Assistant
Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre (CCDC)

Discovery Data Manager

University Academic Fellow in High-Throughput Molecular Discovery
Leeds University

Computational Chemists

Applied Computational Toxicologist

Chemoinformatics Data Scientist, Computational Chemist


Assistant Professor in Artificial Intelligence and Structure-Based Drug Discovery
Universiteit Leiden
Leiden, The Netherlands

Senior Machine Learing Engineer/Drug Hunter/Senior Drug Hunter
Paris, France

15 PhD positions, Advanced machine learning for Innovative Drug Discovery (AIDD) Project
Various cities in Europe

Scientist Artificial Intelligence
Frankfurt, Germany


Scientist – Computation & Informatics
Relay Therapeutics
Cambridge, MA

Applications Scientists
Various locations

Project Managers/Data Scientists/Data Curators
Rancho Biosciences
Across USA/worldwide


BiasDB – A manually curated database of biased GPCR ligands
(finer and finer levels of ligand biology unravel…)

The recording of the Cambridge Cheminformatics Meeting on 10 February 2021 is now available:
(with contributions by Albert Kooistra on the kinase database KLIFS, Andrew Henry on Reverse Fingerprints, and Alex Clark on Mixture InChIs/MInChIs)

… and beyond Cheminformatics

Artificial intelligence in drug discovery: what is realistic, what are illusions? Part 2: a discussion of chemical and biological data
(follow up of first publication with a particular focus on data, now online in Drug Discovery Today as Open Access)

I believe that this is all from my side for now – if you would like to present at one of our next Cambridge Cheminformatics Meetings, or have any information for me to circulate, please just get in touch and let me know, cheers!

Best wishes,

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