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ViridisChem has the world’s most comprehensive toxicity database with over 90 million chemicals, and utilizing this data, our software tools provide toxicity analysis of chemicals, mixtures and formulations, and product development processes. Learn more about us below.
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Demos
November 24, 2020

Chemical analyzer for Education

Do you feel that learning about chemical toxicity is essential for understanding Green Chemistry? There is a tool to show your students the correlation between chemical structure and toxicity.
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Case Studies
November 10, 2020

ViridisChem’s Chemical Analyzer For Sustainable Product Development

Less toxic alternatives that satisfy specific product requirements can be found within seconds to help scientists optimize and adopt sustainable product development.
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Articles
October 17, 2020

Toxicity focus leads to Green Chemistry Adoption and sustainable product development

In-depth evaluation of the role of toxicity as essential part of sustainable product development research to achieve effective Green Chemistry Adoption.
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Blog
June 18, 2020

Lack of “Forever chemical” toxicity data worries toxicologists

As the saying goes, nothing lasts forever. However, some chemicals may persist in the environment effectively for eternity, causing potential health hazards and endangering habitats.
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Press
May 6, 2020

ViridisChem expands market reach with key distribution partnership in South Korea

ViridisChem announces a strategic partnership with BITEK Chems, Inc., a premier distributor in Korea that serves pharmaceutical and chemical companies, as well as government and educational institutes.
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Press
May 6, 2020

ViridisChem, Inc. announces strategic partnership with Infocom Corporation, Japan

ViridisChem announces a strategic partnership with Infocom, a highly regarded software distributor in Tokyo, that caters to research communities in the medical and pharmaceutical sectors with B2B software solutions.
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Articles
March 22, 2020

Evaluating toxicity of possible drug candidates, their analogs and metabolites

See how ViridisChem’s Chemical Analyzer can be used to pre-screen high-risk toxic drug candidates even before you start R&D, and identify the less toxic analogs, using Chloroquine as an example.
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Blog
January 26, 2020

New U.S. legislation incentivizes green chemistry collaboration.

Sustainable, or “green,” chemistry sounds like it could slow climate change and protect our natural environment. The term is vague though—what sort of science actually qualifies as sustainable?
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Case Studies
September 7, 2019

Evaluating toxicity of chemicals to select sustainable alternatives

This case study shows how “Green Pocketbook” by ViridisChem, a web-based tool offered through yearly subscription, can be used to evaluate the toxicity of raw materials used during the drug development process, and find better alternatives.
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