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Optibrium Launches New Community Website

Published: Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Last Updated: Wednesday, October 23, 2013
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Features enhanced content including tutorials with video walkthroughs and exclusive add-on scripts.

Optibrium has launched a new, redesigned community website (www.optibrium.com/community/). Aimed at StarDrop™ and StarVue™ users as well as researchers looking to improve the efficiency and productivity of the drug discovery process, the new site features enhanced content and gives direct access to the Optibrium support team and other users.

Regular updates will include new tutorials with video walkthroughs, publications and presentations and free downloads of extensions for StarDrop, all of which have been developed by users, in house or in partnership with expert 3rd parties.

The site also offers discussion forums and FAQs to ensure researchers are supported by Optibrium to achieve optimal results from their drug discovery software.

Optibrium combines a scientific heritage in drug discovery cheminformatics with a world-class software platform, StarDrop, that brings confidence to the selection and design of high quality candidate drugs.

The company has a global customer base, ranging from top-ten pharmaceutical companies to biotechs and academic groups.

Optibrium aims to help drug discovery projects to optimize strategies, reduce wasted molecules and experiments, shorten timelines and improve the overall quality of candidate compounds.


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