We are proud to announce that S-DISCO was selected as one of the 2024-2025 recipients of the ACS-CES Award for Incorporating Sustainability into Chemistry Education. Congratulations to our teaching staff for this wonderful achievement!
Following the European artificial intelligence act, EMA and HMA have proposed a workplan from 2024 to 2028 to balance the risk-benefits of AI in drug development. The workplan addresses 4 critical AI dimensions: policies, tools, training and experiments. As part of pharmaceutical data intelligence, AI is rapidly and profoundly moving into each field of medicines […]
Nearly 500 validated applications for Erasmus mundus scholarships were received at the deadline of 1 December 2023, aiming to start the 2-year International Master of Science in Sustainable Drug Discovery in September 2024. The selection procedure has been started, and applicants will receive more information end of December 2023, so that final selection will be […]
SDISCO students visited the API-pharmaceutical production plant of J&J in Geel (8 December 2023). They experienced the environmental, climate change and socio-economic focal points, driving pharmaceutical production more sustainable. Thanks to the J&J organizers and speakers!
The COP28 virtual pavilion starts today! Participate in this global event by joining one of the many online events. Certainly a great opportunity for the SDISCO family!
A recent open access publication by the group of S-DISCO researcher Prof. Serge Van Calenbergh was recognized by Elsevier for its contribution to the UN SDGs. Congratulations to the authors!
Are you an intelligent student from Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo or Montenegro, and interested in sustainable drug discovery? Then start your application NOW! We have dedicated EMJM scholarships for students from these countries. ❗ Application deadline: 1st December 2023 ❗
The application deadline is nearing… Check our website for more information about our application procedure and give it a try. Submit your application the latest on the 1st of December 2023 to apply for an EMJM scholarship.
For the course ‘Sustainable Landscape of Pharmaceutical Discovery’, the 1st master S-DISCO students visited the UHasselt Ecotron. It was a nice addition to the course content, to see how climate change is influencing the agroecosystem.
SDISCO consortium members compared different techniques for the chiral separation of lactam-based P2RX7-antagonists.