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Asuka Orr Joins Early Charm as Scientist: Computational Drug Design

Early Charm today welcomed Asuka Orr – a chemical engineer with expertise in computational drug design and protein biologics formulation – as Scientist: Computational Drug Design. In her new role, Orr will join Early Charm’s Drug Design team with an initial focus on working with Early Charm portfolio company, SilcsBio.

ComputChem Launches State-of-the-Art Approach to Predicting pKa Values with New Product: iTitrate®

ComputChem, an Early Charm company that develops computational chemistry software for drug design, has launched its first product, iTitrate, a web app that accurately predicts the pKa values of titratable residues by simulating an acid-base titration experiment.

Materic Announces Launch of Direct Silver™ Nanowires for Flexible Electronics

Materic, a custom manufacturer of advanced materials, today announced the launch of its new product, Direct Silver silver nanowires. The silver nanowires can be used in a range of applications including flexible electronics, transparent conductive electrodes for touch screen displays and solar cells, sensors, and high-performance electromagnetic interference.

Materic Launches BioPaper™ Product to Accelerate Life Sciences and Pharmaceutical Research

Materic’s BioPaper™ to help life science researchers improve the development of regenerative medicine therapies, tissue engineering and drug screening capabilities November 29 2023, Baltimore, MD – Materic, a custom manufacturer of advanced materials, announces today the launch of its latest

Kelsey Abernathy, Entrepreneur and Scientist, Joins Early Charm As Manager: Commercial Development

Early Charm welcomes Kelsey Abernathy – a seasoned startup entrepreneur and molecular biologist – as Manager: Commercial Development with a focus on driving product development across Early Charm’s company portfolios.

Meet Oliver: A Pharmaceutical Software Builder and one of America’s Newest Citizens

Oliver Tao was in elementary school in China when he first started trying to take apart computers and hack online games. Now, he uses his love of computers and his skills in pharmaceutical science to help drug companies design new medicines.