The ADDoPT (Advanced Digital Design of Pharmaceutical Therapeutics) project is addressing the pharmaceutical industry’s desire to deliver medicines more effectively to patients. ADDoPT is developing and implementing advanced digital design techniques that eliminate non-viable drug candidate formulations as early as possible, streamlining design, development and manufacturing processes.
In the first of a series of short videos giving a flavour of research results arising from across the ADDoPT project's activities, Andy Maloney of the Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre describes how the Big Data power of the CSD crystalREAD MORE
A newly published open access publication ( J Cheminform (2018) 10: 44 ) from ADDoPT researchers at the University of Leeds looks into the use of solid state descriptors to build upon published statistical models of the temperatureREAD MORE
A newly published paper from the Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre reports ADDoPT-supported work to develop simple, programmatically generated, topology-based descriptors of crystal structures for application to mechanicalREAD MORE
ADDoPT partners Perceptive Engineering have recently published a range of brochures detailing training course in advanced process control topics. PERCEPTIVE APC - why, how, when and where Advanced Process Control techniques can beREAD MORE