Resources

A collection of feature articles, case studies, and whitepapers from CAS. News and trends spanning scientific research and information technology.

A collection of feature articles, case studies, and whitepapers from CAS. News and trends spanning scientific research and information technology.

Resources Index

Press Releases

CAS Launches Innovation Incubator to Partner with Early-stage Innovators

Through the CAS Innovation Incubator, CAS offers resources, expertise, and potential funding to early-stage innovators to help boost their science-based ventures.

Blog

Space Food for Artemis Has Real-World Applications

NASA’s Artemis Program has also focused attention on topics such as food safety, reliability, and nutrition in space. This blog touches on novel approaches to these problems like 3D printed space food, the use of microbes to produce nutrients, and closed-loop space farming.

Blog

With COVID BA.5 and BA.2.75 Variants, Are Masks Back in?

The COVID pandemic revealed deficiencies in mask development and production. Innovation will be crucial in slowing the spread of new variants of the virus. There are many factors that can be improved for masks, and this article focuses on the emerging science of improving filtration and microorganism removal.

Blog

Why the Omicron BA.5 Variant Evades Vaccines

As COVID-19 cases rise again worldwide, the Omicron subvariant BA.5 is currently the dominant strain. This blog explores some key mutations that increase transmission, evade protective antibodies, and increase the rate of (re)infection.

Blog

Is nuclear energy critical in solving climate change?

Recent advances in the design of nuclear reactors have improved both their energy production efficiency and safety. The CAS Content Collection shows a significant increase in patent and journal activity since 2018 indicating a renewed interest, primarily driven by organizations in Asia. Read the blog to see how nuclear energy may play a part in dealing with climate change.

Whitepapers

Targeted Protein Degradation and Induced Proximity: Molecular Glues Landscape in Drug Discovery

Induced-proximity target protein degradation (TPD) is a ground-breaking strategy in drug discovery that has emerged in the last decade. This CAS white paper surveys the research landscape, status of clinical trials, and discusses possible future opportunities.

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Molecular glues and induced proximity: solving the undruggable

In the last decade, induced-proximity target protein degradation (TPD) has emerged as a ground-breaking strategy in drug discovery. This article provides an overview of the research landscape, status of clinical trials, and discusses possible future opportunities.

Press Releases

Mana.bio integrates CAS chemical substance data into its novel drug delivery AI platform

CAS is launching a collaboration with Mana.bio to enrich their proprietary database to fuel its AI engine, with an expected 70% reduction in resources allocated to molecular data acquisition and preparation.

Blog

Monkeypox: scientifically, how worried should we be?

With recent headlines on monkeypox, learn more about the research landscape, scientific profiles, and currently available therapies. A deeper understanding of the published science enables clarity and insight on this emerging news story.