Computer-aided Synthesis Design Cuts Time and Costs out of R&D
The global pharmaceutical industry spends about $100 billion a year on R&D. Researchers are, therefore, always looking for faster ways to synthesize molecules, so they can cut time from initial discovery and patenting to the launch of a new drug. ChemPlanner is a new cheminformatics software tool targeted at organic chemists for predicting synthetic routes to target molecules. The tool, developed by Wiley and launched in September 2015, is currently sold as Software as a Service (SaaS) solution and hosted on the publishing company’s servers, with a local installation version coming this year.
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- Increase Your Productivity:
Wiley ChemPlanner reduces literature searching drudgery and reduces your planning time so you can synthesize more molecules.
- Boost Your Creativity:
Wiley ChemPlanner’s sophisticated cheminformatics algorithms can boost your creativity by suggesting routes you might not have considered and unlocking ideas for new routes.
- User-Friendly Interface:
Wiley ChemPlanner is intuitive with a streamlined interface so you will be confident that you and your team will improve efficiency and creativity.