10 Apr 2018


Authors: Nathan Brown, Jean Cambruzzi, Peter J. Cox, Mark Davies, James Dunbar, Dean Plumbley, Matthew A.Sellwood, Aaron Sim, Bryn I. Williams-Jones, Magdalena Zwierzyna, David W.Sheppard


Modern scientific discovery is driven by data and learning from those data. This book chapter offers an overview of available data sources of relevance to drug discovery and how these can and do make an impact in our research and predictions to make better informed decisions that more rapidly make changes in our discovery research ethic to progress drugs to the clinic.

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