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CRUK Cancer Therapeutics Unit at the Institute of Cancer Research – Case Study Part IV: A Dotmatics Project Environment

Since 2005, The Cancer Research UK Cancer Therapeutics Unit (CTU) at The Institute of Cancer Research, together with its collaborators, has discovered 17 preclinical development candidates; seven of which are currently in clinical trials. This paper details why the CTU – the largest academic cancer drug discovery and development group worldwide – ensures that all its drug discovery projects are managed through the Dotmatics integrated suite of scientific informatics solutions.

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Cancer Research UK – Beatson Institute – Case Study Part III: Biological data management

One of Cancer Research UK’s core-funded institutes, Cancer Research UK – Beatson Institute, is consolidating its Drug Discovery Programme (DDP) and RNAi Screening Facility (RSF) biological data in a centralised, fully searchable database that can be accessed via a flexible and configurable web interface

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CRUK Manchester Institute - Case Study Part II: Dotmatics ELN – a software evolution

In 2009, the Drug Discovery Unit (DDU) of the CRUK Manchester Institute began building a laboratory, expert team and informatics infrastructure from the ground up. At the time, its current Head of Chemistry, Dr Allan Jordan, met with Dotmatics, the scientific informatics solutions provider, to discuss possible options for the future of its informatics implementation

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Robert Roe reports on developments in AI that are helping to shape the future of high performance computing technology at the International Supercomputing Conference

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