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Technology Park Malha, Building 1
Jerusalem, 91487 - Israel
Phone: +972 - 2 - 648 03 96
Fax: +972 - 2 - 648 03 99
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Synergix Ltd. is dedicated to developing educational resources for drug design, molecular modeling, cheminformatics and medicinal chemistry. Its main offering, The Molecular Conceptor Learning Series, is an interactive computer-based learning suite that teaches the principles and techniques used in everyday drug discovery. The Series comprises five modules, each of which are designed to give students and professionals in the drug discovery field the comprehensive training necessary to face even the toughest drug design challenges. The modules are:
The Molecular Conceptor Learning Series presents the fundamental topics surrounding computer-aided drug design from basic principles to more in-depth examination and using interactive 3D technology, practical examples and many case studies, the concepts, methodologies and techniques used in drug discovery are brought to life.
International experts in the field of drug discovery have shared their skills, knowledge and experiences, and allowed the Synergix Ltd team to create The Molecular Conceptor Learning Series, an elearning tool that provides both students and professionals of the life sciences sector with the day-to-day knowledge and skills required to make an impact on modern drug discovery.
Last update of this entry: August 13, 2009
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