R&D

MESTRELAB RESEARCH is committed to discovering, developing and delivering innovative software solutions for the chemical, biotech and pharmaceutical industries and research organizations.

Whilst most of the R&D is carried out in-house, we are privileged to have collaborations with several companies and Universities. In particular, we are very proud to collaborate with the University of Santiago de Compostela (www.usc.es) in several projects, including the following:

emolexpert

eMolExpert

Development of an integral system for the management of molecular and analytical intelligent systems in the context of automatic structure confirmation.

This project is co-financed by the “Xunta de Galicia” (GAIN: Galician Innovation Agency) and FEDER funds (European Fund for Regional Development) within the FEDER GALICIA 2007-2013 Operational Programme and through the CONECTA PEME subprogramme. The total amount granted is €334.652,28.

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Minstrel

Mestrelab Interface for Structure and Energy computation in the chemical laboratory.

This project is co-financed by the “Xunta de Galicia” (GAIN: Galician Innovation Agency) and FEDER funds (European Fund for Regional Development) within the FEDER GALICIA 2007-2013 Operational Programme and through the CONECTA PEME subprogramme. The total amount granted is €233.426,02.

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Aquasers

A research Project aimed at developing a novel generation of biosensors based on the combined use of nanochemistry, molecular recognition and bio-functionalization. It presents a highly innovative, interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approach that seeks to implement practical device manufacturing processes.

This project was funded by the FEDER INNTERCONECTA as part of the “Operational Programme for Smart Growth 2014-2020” managed by the Centro para el Desarrollo Tecnolóxico Industrial (CDTI) and executed in collaboration with Itelsis, GMA and BARLOVENTO.

Nextchrom

Nextchrom

A project which addresses the development of practical and innovative tools in the field of chemoinformatics for the efficient handling of large volumes of molecular and analytical data as well as for the development of computer assisted methods for the optimization of one and two -dimensional liquid chromatography separations.

Qfashion

An experimental development project carried out by a consortium of companies formed by: AMSLAB, MESTRELAB, BIOMIG and XENOTECHS, with the collaboration of 2 research groups at the University of Santiago de Compostela and the company G.A.S. Gmbh. The objective of the project is to develop advanced analytical solutions for the regulatory control of cosmetic and textile products.

This project received a grant from the Axencia Galega de Innovación (GAIN), through the Conecta Peme programme, co-financed by the European Fund for Economic and Regional Development (FEDER) and supported by the Consellería de Economía, Empleo e Industria. Total project budget: 983.549,04€.


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