Organizations Using DeepChem

I’ve been working with @alat-rights towards overhauling the DeepChem website. We’re trying to gather a list of organizations who’ve used DeepChem (so we can display logos on the new website for our users). If your organization has used DeepChem or you can reputably certify that an organization has used DeepChem, please chime in here!

To start off a few organizations who I know have used DeepChem:

I know of many others but don’t have a direct public attestation for them offhand. Will fill out this thread as I come across more!

Here are some research organizations that have used DeepChem (adapted from papers and discoveries post):

Note on methodology: for papers, I’m counting all institutions listed on a paper that uses DeepChem. In practice it’s possible that only some of the institutions may have used DeepChem, although in principle all authors should be familiar with core tools/methods used in the work.

University of California, San Francisco (see https://www.cell.com/cell-stem-cell/fulltext/S1934-5909(20)30547-6)

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MIT (my personal use)

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We have used DeepChem in some of our research as a molecule vectorizer, and presented at ACS Symposium- poster is here: https://storage.googleapis.com/gsi_at_acs_symposium_2020/ACS%20Symposium%202020%20Poster%20V2.png

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The LLNL/GlaxoSmithKline (AMPL) reference would be more accurately attributed to the ATOM Research Initiative (www.atomscience.org) which is a multi-institute consortium. Thanks!

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Just changed the attribution above!

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