February 17, 2020:

Twitter: Here are some photos from last Thursday during our panel on “What Machine Learning Can and Cannot do for Drug Discovery?” Thank you to everyone who attended! ft.@wpwalters,@ItsJonStokes, @JonahCallinBack, @BarzilayRegina, & Tommi Jaakkola

Twitter: The legendary Phil Sharp. @kochinstitute gives opening remarks #mitaidmconference#jclinic#jclinic, with a clip of the Kendall Square birth of biotech documentary. A must see!

Twitter: Showtime!@MIT_AIDMConf Machine Learning in drug discovery, organized by Regina Barzila @MIT_CSAIL@MITEECS and sponsored by @Skyhawk_Tx, among others! #mitaidmconference

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Loving the New Era of Data Collections for Discovery and Manufacturing session at @MIT_AIDMConf

Twitter: At the @MIT_AIDMConf today – lots of interest in computer-assisted chemistry – Center director Olaf Wiest is here representing @NSF_CCAS – come say hello!

Twitter: It’s standing room only as Regina Barzilay opens the inaugural #MITAIDMConference

Twitter: Regina Barzilay describing an optimal transport formulation for learning both feature and structure information for molecular graphs #MITAIDMConference.

Twitter: Waiting for the talks to start at #MITAIDMConference, so glad I got a ticket! Shout out to @cwcoley and others for organizing

Twitter: We are excited to announce the @Amgen Best AIDM Poster Award. The winner is the poster “Analyzing Learned Molecular Representations for Property Prediction” by. Kevin Yang, Kyle Swanson, @WengongJin, et al. Picture ft. Dr. Patrick Swann, Vice President at Amgen and Kyle Swanson

Twitter: We are excited to announce the @novonordisk Best AIDM Poster Award. The winner is the poster “Predicting the Impact of Somatic Mutations Using Cell Painting” by. Juan Caicedo, @snhantau, @aliceb_phd, Angela Brooks, @boehmjesse, @DrAnneCarpenter

Twitter: We are excited to announce the @sanofi Best AIDM Poster Award. The winner is the poster “Antibody’s Developability Prediction with Machine Learning and a High Quality Data Set” by. Lei Jia, Yax Sun, Alex Jacobitz, Vladimir Razinkov, Marissa Mock, Nic Angell, et al.

Twitter: We are excited to announce the @JanssenUS Best AIDM Poster Award. The winner is the poster “Synthetic Planning and Library Optimization for Automated Cross Coupling Synthesis Platforms” by. Nathan Russell, Andrea Palazzolo, Claire Simmons, Martin Burke, @peng_illinois