Despite the unusual and difficult situation for all, we are doing our best to provide the highest quality of chemoinformatic analyzes and computational predictions.
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On February 2-7 in Reykjavik was holding meetings of three projects related to the risk assessment of nanomaterials - NanoSolveit, RiskGONE and NanoCommons.
On 27 -28 November in Friburg, Switzerland took a place the 2nd General Assembly meeting of PATROS project.
We are proud to announce that Dr. Alicja Mikołajczyk from our company has been awarded by the Minister of Science and Higher Education a scholarship for outstanding young scientists.
QSAR Lab is opening an internship program for 2020!
We are looking for young, ambitious students who want to learn more about chemometrics, designing new chemicals and safety assessment. Everything under the care of our research team!
We are pleased to announce that QSAR Lab has become a member of the Silesian Nano Cluster. The goal of this organization is to support entrepreneurship in the field of nanotechnology based on cooperation between the scientific and economic sectors.
On 3-5 July in Limassol, Cyprus took a place the 2nd General Assembly meeting of NanoSolveIT and RiskGone projects.
On 28 June in Gdansk took place ChemBiS Conference. QSAR Lab company was a sponsor of prizes for the best poster and research presentation.
The Foundation for Polish Science (FNP) awarded START scholarships for the most talented, young scientists from Poland.
New article with an interview of Tomasz Puzyn, PhD, DSc, Associate Professor, CEO at QSAR Lab appeared in the journal "Gazeta Wyborcza". The article is devoted to computer methods that are gradually replacing research in traditional laboratories.
At the beginning of the year, an article appeared in the journal "Kwartalnik Chemiczny", the authors of which are employees of QSAR Lab.
Kick off meeting of Nanosolveit project was organized in the end of February. The meeting took a place in Athens on 28.02-1.03.2019.
On 13-14 February in Oslo took a place Kick-off meeting of RiskGONE project.
On the 5th of December, 2018 the winner of the award for the best masters thesis based on the methods of computational chemistry performed at the Faculty of Chemistry of the University of Gdansk was announced – Mr Dawid Faron. Congratulations to the winner.
QSAR Lab will soon start its B+R activity in two H2020 projects: NanoSolveIT and RiskGone.
We are glad to announce that Anna Rybinska-Fryca, PhD student has became a member of QSAR Lab team. She will performance among others in the implementation of R&D project PATROLS (H2020). Congratulations!
Scientists at QSAR Lab have signed agreement for an international collaborative grant to develop novel cutting-edge tests to prevent the use of animals when assessing safety concerns surrounding nanotechnology.
QSAR Lab was represented by two Members of the Board, by Prof. Tomasz Puzyn – President of the Board, Scientific Director and Mr. Paweł Bajurski – Vice-President of the Board, Chief Financial Officer on Brokerage Event, which took place in Munich on 16th November 2017.
On Novmber 29, 2017 the winner of this year\'s award for the best master\'s thesis based on the methods of computer chemistry performed at the Faculty of Chemistry of the University of Gdansk was announced – Mr Jakub Brzeski. Congratulations to the winner.
QSAR Lab Ltd. represented by prof. Tomasz Puzyn will take part in Nanotexnology 2017. The networking event is organised in the framework of NANOTEXNOLOGY 2017 and it will take place on the 5th of July 2017 in Thessaloniki, Greece.
EU partnership proposals under the Horizon 2020 Program, "NanoBio" in the NMBP-12-2017 competition - Description of a methodology for better risk management in the field of biomaterial engineering in Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products and / or Medical Devices and PATROLS under the NMBP -29-2017 - Advanced models and tests concerning threats of nanomaterials passed the first stage of the above mentioned competitions.
QSAR Lab is a key partner of the above and participate in the preparation of the necessary competition documentation.
Last week the representatives of our company participated in the Bioinnovation 2016 conference. This event, hosted by the Gdansk Science and Technology Park, provided an opportunity for researchers and entrepreneurs, operating in the wider "life science” sector, to present the latest, often revolutionary, projects introducing the best practice of research results implementation into market realities
The second edition of the CompNanoTox Conference will take place in Gdansk in June 2017. QSAR Lab is honored to serve as the member of the Organizing Committee.
We have a pleasure to inform that QSAR Lab will be a part of an international acceleration program carried out by the Fraunhofer Center for International Management and Knowledge Economy, that facilitates Polish innovative companies entry onto the German market.
Dr hab. Tomasz Puzyn, prof. UG has been nominated to represent Poland in the short-term expert Task Force on Safety of Nanosciences, Nanotechnologies and Advanced Materials.