Friday, 24th September, 2021
9AM ET / 2PM BST / 3PM CET. Online Event
The Molecular Graphics and Modelling Society was formed in 1981 to bring together scientists working in different fields of study who have a common interest in molecular modelling and graphics. This year, to celebrate 40th birthday of the society, we would like to invite you to participate in our half-day interactive event. This will include presentations from the MGMS founder and the MGMS Frank Blaney award winners. There will be opportunities for poster presentations. During the meeting we will also try to identify major developments in the field in the last 40 years. Participants with the most important and original entries will win a prize. At the end of the day we will hold the MGMS Annual General Meeting. Everyone is welcome!
Professor W. Graham Richards, CBE FRS FRSC CChem, Chairperson at Oxford Drug Design, a founding member of the Molecular Graphics Society (now the MGMS)
MGMS Frank Blaney Award Winners
|Award year: 2018||Award year: 2019||Award year: 2020|
|Prof. Christopher Rowley, Department of Chemistry, Carleton University, Canada||Dr Isidro Cortés-Ciriano, EMBL-EBI, Hinxton, Cambridge, UK||Prof. Fernanda Duarte-Gonzalez, Department of Chemistry, University of Oxford, UK|
Major developments in the last 40 years
As part of the “MGMS at 40” celebration, we would like to invite you to take part in identifying a major algorithm, methodology and/or software development (such as SMILES, GPU-accelerated computer simulations, AI-based small molecule design, …) in the past 40 years that made a broad impact in the field. Please use the form below to send us up to three highlights in your view, preferably with a short rationale. We will be pulling the common themes and putting them together for an interactive event during the meeting. Participants will also have the chance of winning a special gift from the MGMS.
Present a poster
The presentation of posters is very much encouraged from both academic and industrial presenters. Each of the poster presenters will be given 2 minutes for a Lightning Talk (and one static slide to be provided in advance to the organisers) to promote their poster and try to tempt people to visit and read it.
Abstracts should be submitted by 31st August, 2021.
For more information contact the MGMS Secretary.
The meeting is free but registration is required, as numbers are limited to 500 attendees. To register, please complete this online form: