Moleculomics, a spin out of Swansea University have recently been awarded prestigious funding from the NC3Rs through a CRACK-IT challenge to develop technologies which will identify off-target Molecular Initiation Events (MIEs) and link these to associated Adverse Outcome Pathways (AOPs) through the application of software technology developed at the Institute of Life Science over the past 10 years.
Moleculomics Ltd is a Swansea-based SME established by Jonathan Mullins, an Associate Professor at Swansea University’s Institute of Life Sciences, in order to ensure that the outputs of his academic research are used to benefit society and with the aim of creating new wealth and jobs in the Welsh digital life science sector.
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New in silico platform for antimicrobial development to meet the UK’s defence and security needs
Moleculomics, based in Swansea, in South Wales, has collaborated with the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) to produce an innovative new platform to assist in the development of novel antimicrobials.
This collaboration has led to the computational prediction of structures of entire bacterial genomes and the identification of homologous antimicrobial targets across a number of different organisms.
A GROWING Swansea-based drug research and product company which is about to expand overseas has taken part in a national event to discuss its work.
Moleculomics, which employs eight people, is based at Swansea University and is set to launch a subsidiary company in Canada later this year.
A representative from the business,
Moleculomics is pleased to announce it has received the CompTIA IT Business Trustmark™, a respected industry credential that signifies its commitment to sound business practices and quality service.
“Earning this credential identifies Moleculomics as a business that meets or exceeds the best business practices the IT industry has to offer,” said John McGlinchey,
Milestone training figure reached as Swansea pharmaceutical firm takes on four Academy graduates
We are delighted to announce that we have now provided supercomputing training to over 1,500 users. Our Skills Academy, which delivers a variety of courses and workshops aimed at building skills in high performance computing (HPC), has seen student numbers more than double in the past 12 months.