ChemAxon is a leader in providing chemical software development platforms for the biotechnology
and pharmaceutical industries. By focusing upon active interaction with users and
core portability, ChemAxon creates leading edge cross platform solutions to power
modern cheminformatics and chemical communication.
The Chemistry Development Kit (CDK) is a Java library for structural chemo- and bioinformatics. It is now developed
by more than 50 developers all over the world and used in more than 10 different academic
as well as industrial projects world wide.
Molecular Networks GmbH and Altamira, LLC provides multifaceted, innovative software to the chemical, biotechnology and pharmaceutical
industry. The company's suite of chemoinformatics applications covers many different
areas including: handling of chemical information, design of new chemical entities
and prediction of physicochemical and biological properties of chemical compounds.
Kode Chemoinformatics provides services and products in the field of chemoinformatics, with particular
epertise on chemical data analysis using chemometric instruments and machine learning
techniques (in particular, QSAR/QSPR modelling for drug design and eco-toxicological
screening). Kode develop and distribute chemoinformatic software applications, and
is the official distributor of Dragon 7.
and editing of molecules and reactions on desktop computers, as well as on handheld
devices including iPhone, iPad and Android smartphones and tablets.
The InChI Trust develops and supports the non-proprietary IUPAC InChI standard and promotes its uses
to the scientific community.