QSAR Lab is a R+D type company, whose driving force is highly qualified research staff. QSAR Lab team members are specialists in computer design of new, safe chemicals, nanotechnology, nanotoxicology, chemical statistics and chemometrics. QSAR research QSAR services:
safety of chemical substances and nanomaterials
new chemical substances and nanomaterials by computational methods
Physical and chemical properties of chemicals and nanomaterials
We predict the toxicity of nanoforms and their physical properties. QSAR Lab is a pioneer in the field of computational modeling biological activity/physicochemical properties of nanomaterials. QSAR Lab members proposed, for the first time, to apply the QSAR methodology for predicting toxicity of nanomaterials (called Nano-QSAR/Nano-QSPR modeling).
BASIC ADVANTAGES OF COMPUTATIONAL METHODS:
significant reduction of costs and time of research
over 1000x higher efficiency compared to experimental research
NO ANIMAL TESTING
no need for tests on laboratory animals.
When performing risk assessment, we follow the standards of the existing European regulations, i.e. REACH regulation (1907/2006), (2018/1881), cosmetics regulation (1223/2009), pesticides regulation (1107/2009) etc.
In effect of international research projects realized with cooperation of partners from Europe, America and Asia, our scientists are involved in creating the law and research standards in Poland, Europe and around the globe.
We offer commissioned research and possibility of conducting joint R&D projects.
In our offer we also have packages of training courses related to the application of computational techniques in designing new chemicals, the use of advanced techniques of data analysis and visualization and statistical data analysis.
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