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November 2001

From David Bradley Science Writer and
Advanced Chemistry Development

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Flask-based photosynthesis??If we could emulate photosynthesis we would have a way to harness the endless supply of energy from the sun and perhaps solve many of our environmental problems.
? Saving the islets??An international collaboration between Canadian, French and American scientists could make early-onset Type 1 diabetes a thing of the past.
Buckyballs deflated?The crystal structure of a fluorinated [60]fullerene - C60F48?2mesitylene - has revealed the presence of both D3 and S6 isomers in the same crystal.
Even dormant TB beats drugs?The tuberculosis-causing bacterium - Mycobacterium tuberculosis can survive in a dormant state for many years in the body, but new understanding of how they survive in this state could lead to new treatments that could wipe out this dreaded disease.
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Antony Williams: Structured Spectral Management - From Data to Knowledge (PDF, 1.72 Mb)


The presentation introduces with the unique combination of innovative hardware and software products - the ACD SpecManager?, Micromass? MassLynxTM, and NuGenesis Technologies' NuGenesis ARCHIVE?. Such an integration enhances the speed of knowledge transfer within drug discovery - and the entire organization. Continue...

Robert DeWitte, Eduard Kolovanov: ACD/PhysChem (PDF, 722 Kb)

? How do we predict logP, pKa, logD, solubility? What is the way of enriching the accuracy of predictions? Find answers...
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