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Cresset Taps CloudScientific to Distribute its Software in China


NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Cresset has selected CloudScientific to distribute its computational chemistry software to customers in China.

Cresset develops software for calculating and comparing the molecular field characteristics of chemical compounds. The company also offers consultancy services for companies looking to outsource computational chemistry work, particularly in the areas of library design, virtual screening, scaffold hopping, lead optimization, and patent analysis.

The agreement with CloudScientific provides Cresset with "with a dedicated channel to deliver our tools to the Chinese marketplace and will enable us to respond to the specific needs of potential customers in China," Cresset's Commercial Director David Bardsley, said in a statement.

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