Chemical Computing Group (CCG) has a 15+ year track record of consistent scientific innovation, high engineering standards and a strong commitment of supporting
research and pedagogical programmes in academia. To date, MOE is a leading scientific software tool in over 600 academic institutions world-wide.
MOE – A Multidisciplinary Research Aid
MOE’s comprehensive integrated platform and available source code provide flexibility to a wide range of scientific researchers.
MOE is an all-in-one molecular modeling and visualization tool that is easily integrated and customizable - users can add new
functionality or make changes to existing algorithms in MOE.
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The CCG Research Excellence Awards in Computational Chemistry Also called CCG Excellence Awards, the CCG Research Excellence Awards in Computational Chemistry were established over 10 years ago through an agreement with the American Chemical Society’s Computational Division - ACS COMP. Since then, CCG has pledged over $250,000 towards these merit-based awards.
The COMP CCG Research Excellence Awards recognize and encourage exceptional research conducted by graduate students in the field of computational chemistry.
Any graduate student who plans on attending an upcoming ACS meeting and uses computational chemistry in their research work is encouraged to apply!
The CCG Research Excellence Awards in Medicinal Chemistry were created to recognize outstanding graduate student research, and encourage the use of computational tools in the field of Medicinal Chemistry. The awards, together with our partnership with the ACS MEDI Division also hope to stimulate graduate student participation in ACS MEDI Division activities (symposia and poster sessions) at ACS National Meetings. A total of four graduate student prizes each consisting of a travel grant and a one year license for the Molecular Operating Environment (MOE) software program will be awarded every year.
Graduate students who plan on attending an upcoming ACS meeting and use computational chemistry in their research work are encouraged to apply.