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Get unparalleled flexibility and access to a feature rich cheminformatics solution, so you can enable researchers and students to expand research interests with confidence and ease.

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Reaxys Academic Edition

Reaxys Academic Edition supports research and teaching goals with:

  • A reliable and accurate repository of chemical data from the largest collection of journals across disciplines, with 500M searchable experimental properties

  • The world’s largest medicinal chemistry database, to achieve rapid hit identification and lead optimization

  • Reaxys Predictive Retrosynthesis, a best-in-class innovation for robust predictions and feasible synthetic routes

  • An exhaustive collection of patent literature, to support the novelty of your research

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Keep chemistry research relevant and enable innovation

From literature review and monitoring, to designing and making chemical compounds, Reaxys delivers information the way researchers need them.

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Build knowledge and skills at all levels

Reaxys can broaden the understanding of chemistry for any level of student: from undergraduate and graduate to post-graduate and beyond.

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Reaxys users in academic institutions include:

  • Chemistry professors

  • Postdoctoral scholars

  • Bench researchers

  • PhD candidates

  • Graduate students

  • Undergraduate students

How to optimize researcher education, collaboration

Advance your institution's chemistry-related research and scholarship with Reaxys.

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