Chemoinformatics or cheminformatics (sometimes referred to as chemical informatics or Cheminformatics) focuses on storing, indexing, searching, retrieving and applying information about chemical compounds. Through his use of Cheminformatics techniques—pattern recognition and data visualization—to create the period table, Dmitri Mendeleev (1834–1907) is often credited as being one of the earliest Cheminformatics scientists.
In addition to chemical names and formulas, Cheminformatics specialists search for and retrieve information about physical properties, three-dimensional molecular and crystal structures, spectroscopic signatures, chemical reaction pathways, molecular functional groups and docking sites, and other parameters, some of which require advanced information storage and retrieval technologies. Cheminformatics is rapidly becoming a core part of drug designing. It is the fusion of IT and Chemistry.
We at RASA life science informatics conduct Cheminformatics training in accordance to the recent trends in the industry. Our Cheminformatics course contains detailed knowledge about the different methods and techniques taught in a more practical manner. RASA’s training program is highly raked in India and we have till date trained more than 1000 students.