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Fields & Applications Data Analysis, Pharma & Biopharma

The New Model

The 2013 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, announced on October 9, 2013, was awarded to Martin Karplus (Harvard), Michael Levitt (Stanford) and Arieh Warshel (University of Southern California), “for the development of multiscale models for complex chemical systems.” It recognized their work in bringing together classic Newtonian molecular mechanics and quantum mechanics methods to help scientists model large complex chemical systems and reactions. Given the magnitude of the achievement, this recognition was widely welcomed and, arguably, overdue.

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Adrian Stevens

Adrian Stevens is the Senior Product Marketing Manager for Discovery Studio, Accelrys’ premier Life sciences modelling and simulation product. He has more than 12 years experience in the practical application of computational chemistry; the vast majority of this time spent directly within the pharmaceutical industry. He received his PhD in Computational Chemistry from the University of Portsmouth in 1996, and subsequently continued in a postdoctoral position, focusing on the novel application of molecular spectra as descriptors to model drug activity. As well as having presented numerous papers at international conferences, Adrian has been actively involved in the computational science community, both in the organisation and support of conferences, such as the original “Cutting Edge Approaches to Drug Design” series, and in the “Young Modellers Forum”.

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