Cresset's offer to academia

Cresset, innovative provider of chemistry software and services, has expanded its academic access program, offering free software bursaries for all doctoral and post-doctoral students and low-cost licenses for all other academic researchers.

Cresset’s leading chemistry software sparkV10, torchV10, forgeV10 and blazeV10 enables researchers to design and discover the best new active molecules for life science research.

Robert Scoffin, CEO of Cresset, said: 'We believe our software offers unparalleled insight into the way that molecules interact on a biological basis.

'Making it available for academic research and teaching and low or no cost will bring great benefit to students and research groups alike.  We continually see our field based tools transform the understanding of molecular interactions and we are proud to be sharing this with the academic community.'

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