The first annual CACHE Symposium, presented by Conscience in partnership with the Structural Genomics Consortium, will take place over two half-days on March 6 and 7 at the Chelsea Hotel in Toronto.
The Symposium will feature talks about how the CACHE Challenges fit into the future of AI drug discovery, lessons learned from the participants in CACHE Challenge #1, why it’s so important that computational and experimental approaches to drug discovery progress together, and why open science in this space matters.
You can learn more about the program, timing, and location here, and you can register to attend here.
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Calling all computational chemists and artificial intelligence (AI)-savvy scientists from academia, biotech and pharma to participate in the CACHE Challenges to predict small molecules (hits) that bind to disease-associated protein targets.
Each CACHE Challenge will focus on a specific protein target of biological or pharmaceutical relevance. Participants will predict hits and CACHE will validate these hits experimentally. Each competition includes a hit-finding and a hit expansion round of prediction and experimental testing after which all data, including chemical structures, will be made publicly available without restrictions on use.
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