Peakdale Presents: LIVE Webinar Series
We are proud to present our free, live webinar series – recorded in full quality with commentary to watch at your leisure.
Bringing you live discussions from some of the most highly respected individuals from academia and industry. Covering many important and current topics of chemistry, along with answering questions from our live global audience.
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Concept Life Sciences’ Webinar Series – April 12th, 4pm, BST Free registration is now open, Click here The next instalment of our webinar series. At 4pm (BST), 11am (EST) on Wednesday 12th April we are hosting our next webinar in the series, this time looking at Drug Discovery Beyond the Traditional: New Approaches to Biotherapeutics, including […]
We are pleased to announce for our fifth webinar where we will be looking at Stable-Isotope Labelled Compounds and their possible applications, we look forward to sharing our know-how and experience around this interesting and diverse subject. The live recording is now available to stream for free, click this link to access. You can easily attend a session […]
ADME-Tox studies are a crucial part of the drug discovery process, as they can save development costs and time, and reduce the likelihood of failure at a later stage, this live discussion will cover a range of topics including: How to save resources through ADME-Tox Studies Expand upon the aims of discovery toxicology Examine a [...]
Solid form in drug discovery and development remains an area of intense interest to the pharmaceutical industry and consequently to the CROs supporting medicinal chemistry projects . Understanding and control of crystalline solid form is fundamental to both efficient large scale synthesis and the creation of stable, consistent and effective drug formulations. Key Learning Objectives: [...]
In the second instalment in our highly anticipated webinar series, we feature 2 highly respected academics discussing topics surrounding modified sugars. Tom Brown (Professor of Nucleic Acid Chemistry, Oxford University) and Jon Watts (Associate Professor in Chemical Biology, Southampton University). Looking at modified sugars to stabilise nucleic acid duplexes for therapeutic applications. Main areas of discussion include: Describing [...]