Collaborations

Collaboration Partners

US FDA

  • Center for Food Safety and Applied Research

US EPA

EU JRC

  • Institute of Health and Consumer Protection

COSMOS Project

The Ohio State University

  • Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Professors Y. Tang and P. Lee

  • Department of Computational Medicinal Chemistry,
    School of Pharmacy, East China University of Science and Technology, Shanghai, China

Commercial Collaboration Partners

BIOVIA

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Molecular Networks partners the Independent Software Vendor (ISV) Program of BIOVIA.

Biomax Informatics AG

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Biomax Informatics and Molecular Networks entered into a strategic partnership in order to effectively join bioinformatics and chemoinformatics into one stream of research.
For more information about the alliance with Biomax Informatics AG see the news archive.

BioSolveIT GmbH

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BioSolveIT and Molecular Networks collaborate for joint marketing on the North American market, for a seamless interface beetween BioSolveIT's premium docking program FlexX and CORINA and in the BMBF funded project NovoBench (see below).
For more information about the joint marketing with BioSolveIT see the news archive.

Chemical Computing Group, Inc.

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Since version 2007.09, Chemical Computing Group's (CCG) comprehensive and powerful life science modeling suite Molecular Operating Environment - MOE - provides an interface to seamlessly integrate CORINA.
For more information about the integration of CORINA into the MOE see the news archive.

Inte:Ligand GmbH

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Inte:Ligand's high quality and flexible virtual compound library generation platform ilib diverse has an integrated module of CORINA. Furthermore, Inte:Ligand and Molecular Networks share complementary technology for mutual benefit.
More information is available in the news archive.

Optibrium Limited

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Optibrium and Molecular Networks collaborate to share complementary technology platforms. Molecular Network's algorithms can be accessed through Optibrium's StarDrop platform for guiding compound selection and design decisions in drug discovery. CORINA provides high quality structures as input to StarDrop's P450 metabolism models.
For more information about StarDrop and Optibrium, please see the news archive or the web site of Optibrium.

S-IN Soluzioni Informatiche Srl

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S-IN Soluzioni Informatiche and MN-AM announce their collaboration in providing services and consulting in computational toxicology in compliance with REACH and ICH M7 regulatory guidelines by sharing complementary state-of-the-art technology and up-to-date expert knowledge in the area of generating and interpreting toxicological and eco-toxicological information for risk assessment of chemical substances.
For more information please see also the web site of S-IN Soluzioni Informatiche.