InstaDeep was a proud Platinum Sponsor of the recent Festival of Biologics, held from the 9th to the 11th November 2021 in Basel, Switzerland, where it exhibited the company’s AI-powered protein design platform, DeepChainTM.
The DeepChainTM product team was on-site at the Congress Center Basel throughout the Festival, showcasing the innovative AI-powered protein design platform. In addition to offering live product demonstrations, specific use-case discussions and strategic games of Go and Chess at the company’s booth, two of the company’s senior DeepChainTM experts participated in the event’s packed agenda:
- Dr Nicolás Lopez Carranza, DeepChainTM Product Lead, hosted a roundtable session on the topic of “Applying AI and machine learning to Protein Design”
- Dr Lopez Carranza also presented a talk titled “New Opportunities in AI and Protein Design”.
- Dr Marcin J. Skwark, DeepChainTM Bioinformatics Lead, spoke on a panel about “Computational Approaches for Antibody Discovery and Development”.
The Festival of Biologics was comprised of 3 co-located events – European Antibody Congress, Immunotherapy World Congress and World Biosimilar Congress – designed as a 3-day global gathering of pharma & biotech, academics and research institutes, together with their partners across the value chain. The schedule covered biologic drug discovery, development, manufacturing, pricing & market access.
The DeepChainTM team spent the event demonstrating how the platform accelerates protein research and protein-based drug development; and how Deepchain’sTM scalable high-performance computing, innovative AI algorithms and intuitive interface enables enterprises to get results faster than ever before.
If any attendees missed the chance during the show and would like to arrange a one-to-one meeting or platform demonstration, please get in touch at email@example.com. Registered Festival of Biologics attendees can also find information and get in touch via the company’s digital booth on Swapcard.
For more information on the event, please visit the Festival of Biologics website.