Schrödinger scientist Jeffrey Sanders recently sat down (virtually) with Evan Flach at the 3rd Food Innovation and Engineering (FOODIE) Conference that took place in November. Their conversation touched on the growing importance of chemical simulation in food engineering and how new technologies are leading to a renaissance in food innovation.
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Animated movies have served as a dominant form of my family’s entertainment for more than a decade, so we were thrilled with the recent release of “Toy Story 4”. Our list of favorites is long — but the original Toy Story holds a seminal place both in our family’s memory and in film history.
I was both inspired and humbled yesterday during The Boston Cancer Summit hosted by the Fred Hutch Cancer Center and Luke Timmerman. An impressive gathering of medical researchers, biopharma executives, policy experts, investors, and innovators congregated in the aptly named “Guiding Star” conference room at Alexion’s HQ in Boston’s Seaport District.
A picture is worth a thousand words. How does this long-standing idiom – popularized by early 19th century journalists and advertisers, and attributed to Confucius – apply to drug discovery and compound design? In structural biology, as in many fields, complexity can be simpler to understand when represented graphically.