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The impact of e-Science

Frey, Jeremy G. (2003) The impact of e-Science At 2003 CBI Society Annual Meeting: New Frontiers for Chem-Bio Informatics. 17 - 19 Sep 2003.

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Chemistry is an "information science" and at its heart is the relationship between structure and properties. To handle the rapid explosion in the number of structures made available by combinatorial chemistry knowledge management techniques based on a computational infrastructure are required. The "CombeChem" e-Science project considers aspects of the combinatorial chemistry approach from the design of drugs through to selection solid-state materials for delivery. e-Science concepts will be illustrated by a discussion of single crystal structure determination in the context of polymorph screening, computational grids for drug protein binding studies, the importance of good statistical design of the experiments and the acquisition of metadata in a laboratory to ensure this data carries adequate provenance. I will attempt to show how a Grid can provide the necessary computing infrastructure to ensure that the quantities of information can be handled automatically and smoothly to provide the basis for collaboration between disparate users.

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Published date: 19 September 2003
Additional Information: CombeChem output
Venue - Dates: 2003 CBI Society Annual Meeting: New Frontiers for Chem-Bio Informatics, 2003-09-17 - 2003-09-19


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Date deposited: 09 Nov 2004
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 17:04

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