Chemical Information and Computation 2021, Number Two.
Hybrid 262nd ACS National Meeting and Exposition, August 2021
I am excited to announce the publication of the 58th report in this renowned series. I produce lengthy reports every six months loosely based around ACS meetings. My reports are essential reading if you want to keep up to date with recent developments in cheminformatics and computational chemistry. License the current report and you will benefit from reading technical presentations in symposia entitled:
- Reactions: Representation, Planning, and Robotics
- Machine Learning and AI for Chemistry
- Deep Learning for Chemistry: Resilience of Methods and Workflows
- Accelerating Drug Discovery through Design-Make-Test-Analyze (DMTA) and Additional Computational Methods
- Natural Products and Food Informatics
- FAIR Publication and Preprints (one talk from each of two symposia).
I have transcribed all the talks in detail, and have added value by including web links, expanding abbreviations, correcting errors, and carefully checking the literature references. You will also want to keep up to date with industry news. The report starts with news from the second half of 2021, covering recent developments at about 60 organizations in the computational chemistry, cheminformatics, chemical information, and publishing markets.
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