Resources

A collection of feature articles, case studies, and whitepapers from CAS. News and trends spanning scientific research and information technology.

A collection of feature articles, case studies, and whitepapers from CAS. News and trends spanning scientific research and information technology.

Resources Index

Blog

Exploring Knowledge Graphs for COVID-19 Drug Discovery

The methodology behind CAS knowledge graphs enhances potential drug identification for COVID-19 treatment and other diseases.

Whitepapers

Knowledge Graphs Accelerate COVID-19 Therapies

This whitepaper details the CAS Biomedical Knowledge Graph and shows how it was used in drug discovery for COVID-19.

Blog

The Science Behind Performance-Enhancing Drugs

Performance enhancing drugs are constantly scrutinized, tracked, and tested for by the International Olympic Committee, US Anti-Doping Agency and World Anti-Doping Agency. This blog will provide details on some common performance enhancing drugs and measures to detect them.

Blog

Real World Collaboration: Accelerating Scientific Innovation in an Evolving World

Though we often think of scientific discovery as being driven by competition, going forward, one of the key questions is how we can achieve the optimal balance between collaboration and competition to enhance scientific innovation.

Blog

Coronavirus Variants: The Delta Variant and the Future Impact of Viral Mutations

If you are fully vaccinated, should you be worried about the impact of COVID-19 variants? Read this blog and learn about effectiveness of vaccines on Coronavirus variants.

Whitepapers

CAS IP Research: Opportunities for Accelerating Innovation and Mitigating Risk at the Nexus of Intellectual Property and R&D

This CAS whitepaper explores the transformation of IP and R&D, where organizations apply IP insights to accelerate breakthroughs and identify potential risks to commercialization earlier in the product lifecycle.

Blog

Find a better route: Optimizing AI for more novel synthetic predictions

AI and machine learning models aid in retrosynthetic planning, but are limited by the training data they have seen. Read on to learn about ways to generate novel predictions by ensuring your data has the necessary diversity and quality to optimize key synthetic planning initiatives.

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Latest data on the safety and effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines in children

Information covering CDC recommendation of pediatric COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5-11, and original emergency use authorization from May 2021 for children 12-15.

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Our evolution is a job that is never done

The work of scientific discovery is never done but is continuously improving, and such is also the case for CAS.