Software and services for small molecule discovery and design.
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Cresset provides chemistry software and discovery services to the pharmaceutical, agrochemical, flavor, fragrance and chemical industries. Cresset’s patented molecular comparison methods enable chemists to design and optimize the best molecules for their projects. Use Cresset software to visualize electrostatics to make better chemistry decisions, analyse SAR data to pinpoint and understand activity and selectivity cliffs, build more comprehensive chemical libraries, run virtual screens from the desktop and scaffold hop to new series and non-obvious new IP. Cresset’s highly experienced consulting team offers flexible working models and have expertise in all areas of ligand and structure-based drug design.
Flexible scientific consulting and contract research solutions for a wide variety of organizations using our innovative field-based chemistry software, our unique XED molecular mechanics force field, as well as more traditional approaches.
Effective ligand based virtual screening
Powerful computational suite to understand SAR and design
Discover new directions for your project using bioisosteres
Free 3D molecule viewing, editing and drawing
Intuitive 3D molecule designer
The XedTools provide you with access to one of the most innovative molecular mechanics force fields currently in existence. XED uses off atom charges on electronegative atoms to give a more accurate representation of the charge density surrounding an atom resulting in an improved description of molecular interactions.
News from Cresset for computational, medicinal and synthetic chemists.
31 August 2018Read in full
Launch of Cresset Python extensions for Flare
25 July 2018Read in full
Flare V2 release provides a new playground for computational chemists and developers.
27 June 2018Read in full
Cresset, innovative provider of software for molecular discovery, is pleased to announce the release of Flare V2. Introducing major enhancements to ligand design and activity prediction in a modern, extensible, scriptable interface, Flare V2 raises the bar in structure-based design.
21 June 2018Read in full
Meet Kate Swindlehurst, a Cambridge-based tango dancer living with a diagnosis of Parkinson’s, to find out how the emotional and social benefits of Tango have a positive impact on the quality of life for people living with Parkinson's.
15 June 2018Read in full
Last chance to register for Cresset User Group Meeting, 21-22 June.
31 May 2018Read in full
Less than a year ago Cresset released Flare for structure-based design. At the time, it promised a Python API would be central to the future of this novel application. In keeping with that promise, Flare V2, due for release next month, will include a new Flare Python API, new science and significant improvements to functionality and usability.
25 April 2018Read in full
The latest computational chemistry news from Cresset.
28 March 2018Read in full
A new collaboration in the efforts to find a new drug candidate to combat Parkinson’s has been announced.
14 March 2018Read in full
News from Cresset Software and Cresset Discovery Services.
2 March 2018Read in full