Having signed a multi-year, multi-target agreement with Lilly worth potentially $550m, Atomwise CEO Abe Heifets tells Scrip the burden of proof is on AI practitioners to start producing relevant and actionable data.
Atomwise Inc. today announced a multi-year agreement with Eli Lilly and Company to apply Atomwise’s patented artificial intelligence (AI) technology in support of Lilly’s preclinical drug discovery efforts. The companies will collaborate on up to ten drug targets selected by Lilly, with the goal of accelerating the time it takes to identify and develop potential […]
Originally published on the YC Blog on April 29, 2019. By Jared Friedman In the last 10 years, the tools for studying biology have become much less expensive and more widely available. This has made it possible for new startups to do serious research right from the start, and it is leading to an explosion […]
Efforts to discover novel compounds against Chagas disease see early successes – part of Atomwise’s Artificial Intelligence Molecular Screen (AIMS) Awards program to fast track drug development GENEVA, Switzerland and SAN FRANCISCO, USA (April 16, 2019) – Atomwise, Inc., a biotech company using artificial intelligence (AI) for drug discovery, and the Drugs for Neglected […]
A half dozen University of Connecticut (UConn) researchers are now working to identify potential new drugs to treat a wide range of diseases and conditions through a unique partnership that offers access to cutting-edge artificial intelligence (AI) technology and screening compounds at no cost. The researchers have been using Atomwise’s AI-powered in silico screening technology […]