Molecular modelling comprises an array of computational techniques used in creation, manipulation, and representation of the various reactions and structures of molecules. Its applications included drug discovery and development but have since extended into computational chemistry and materials science. Rising use of molecular modelling by scientists to run multiple simulations can expedite the drug development process considerably.
The global molecular modelling market is anticipated to expand at a 15.16% CAGR from 2018 to 2023 (forecast period), according to the latest report by Market Research Future (MRFR). Investments in R&D by pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies and prevalence of chronic diseases are factors certain to spur market growth over the forecast period.
According to the Brookings Private Sector Global Health R&D Project, nearly USD 159.9 Bn has been dispensed for healthcare R&D in developed and developing regions. Out of which, the majority can be credited to pharmaceutical companies. The booming biosimilars and biologics industry is bound to propel the market demand in the coming years. But the high R&D expenditure can impede market growth.
The report covers the latest trends affecting the market to provide the most accurate forecasts and predictions. By correlating the historical data with key market dynamics, our analysts make highly astute projections regarding the scope of the market and its future prospects. MRFR’s report includes a thorough analysis of the global molecular modelling market segmented by product, application, end-user, and region. Trends and opportunities are highlighted coupled with the market share of companies as well as their valuation in the market. It analyzes new revenue sources for players and outlines the various strategies implemented by players.
Products in the molecular modelling market include software and services. Major applications include drug discovery, drug development, and others. Drug discovery is sub-segmented into direct drug design, indirect drug design, and molecular mimicry. End-users of the market include research centers and academic institutions, pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, and others.
The segments covered in the report are analyzed with respect to four major regions – Americas, Europe, Asia Pacific (APAC), and the Middle East and Africa (MEA), with respective country-level market sizing. The definition and advantages of “molecular modelling” is outlined in the report for a comprehensive understanding of the market. The report discusses in detail the various players and their respective strategies to enhance their value chain.
Some of the key players in the molecular modelling market include Cresset, Acellera Ltd., Schrödinger, LLC, Optibrium, BioSolve-IT, Simulations Plus, Inc., Chemical Computing Group, Certara, L.P, OpenEye Scientific Software, Dassault Systèmes, Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre, and others. New product launches and clinical trials are used to gauge the success of drugs. Various strategies such as acquisitions, partnerships, joint ventures, and distribution agreements are used by these players to gain a major share in the market.
The report offers comprehensive profiles on these market players and assesses their current standing in the market. Company history coupled with annual turnover, profit margins, segmental share, SWOT analysis, growth strategies, new product launches, mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activities, and latest R&D initiatives are discussed in granular detail.
Countries situated near the equator have become the budding ground for many chronic diseases such as chagas, dengue, leprosy, and rabies due to problematic climactic conditions forcing these countries to employ the latest advancements into their system. Governments of developing countries have initiated education programs and projects such as the Janala Project in Bangladesh, ProjectABC in Nigeria, Tostan in Senegal, Yoza in South Africa, and BridgeIT in Tanzania, and others to create awareness regarding the conditions and healthcare IT tools.
The Americas dominates the global molecular modelling market owing to well-developed technology, increasing prevalence of the people suffering from cardiovascular diseases, and increasing government support for research & development. Furthermore, high healthcare expenditure and increasing R&D activities have fuelled the growth of the market in this region.
Europe holds the second position in the global molecular modelling market, which is followed by Asia Pacific. It is expected that the government support for research & development and availability of funds for research will drive the market. Asia Pacific is the fastest growing molecular modelling market due to the presence of rapidly growing economy, developing healthcare technology, increasing healthcare expenditure, and huge patient pool.
On the other hand, the Middle East & Africa holds the least share of the market due to limited availability of medical facilities, less availability of funds, and poor political conditions in Africa.
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