BASF Crop Protection has invested in a global licence from Cresset, giving their agrochemical researchers in Germany and India access to computational chemistry tools.
BASF Crop Protection chooses Cresset software for small molecule discovery and design
Cresset, innovative provider of software and contract research services for small molecule discovery and design, is pleased to announce that BASF Crop Protection has invested in a global licence giving their agrochemical researchers in Germany and India access to computational chemistry tools.
“Cresset software had previously been subject to an exclusivity agreement with a leading agrochemical company,” explains Dr David Bardsley, Commercial Director at Cresset. “Now our software is available across this industry we are experiencing a surge of interest from agrochemical companies keen to take advantage of our novel techniques. We are delighted that BASF Crop Protection are already benefiting from the new ideas they have generated using our software.”
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