Database of hazardous reactions launched allows scientists to submit and search for safety information not publicly cataloged elsewhere
[+]EnlargeA screen shot of a reaction entry in the Chemical Safety Library.Credit: Pistoia AllianceA nonprofit group today released a database tool chemists can use to share information about hazardous chemical reactions. Called the Chemical Safety Library, the tool was developed by a group that included representatives from pharmaceutical companies and academic institutions.A nonprofit group READ MORE


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