We have built the first ever drug discovery platform using a quantum computer, making the discovery process ten times faster. Our platform and technology allow us to scan billions of molecules from a large chemical space, while keeping costs efficient. Without the need for multiple optimization cycles, we find the same (or better) molecules faster utilizing Quantum Computing, artificial intelligence, and machine learning.
We are scaling Chemical Space to scan billions of molecules, while running multiple concurrent drug discovery projects and building a vast portfolio of lead molecules. These molecules hold the potential to cure and treat many diseases and ailments that have persisted to this day despite the best efforts of medical and pharmaceutical research.

Recent Updates

Congratulations to Pablo Bonilla, a second year physics student @Sydney_Uni who elegantly solved a quantum problem that has gotten the notice of the team @awscloud for their own @quantum applications
https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-04-13/sydney-university-student-solves-quantum-computing-problem/100064328

In a major announcement for #quantum in #physics, #Qu&Co and @LGUK have announced a three year project to develop and test quantum algorithms for multiphysics simulation.
https://quantumcomputingreport.com/news/

The @jbiolchem is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Protein Data Bank with two new collections of articles covering the many developments in chemistry, biology, medicine, and materials science the PDB has made possible.
https://www.jbc.org/jbc-pdb50