Lhasa Limited is a well-established not-for-profit company and educational charity that specialises in in silico software solutions and associated databases for use in metabolism, toxicology, and related sciences.
Lhasa creates software to enable decision making about chemical safety. Their technology is uniquely designed by scientists, for scientists, and is developed in collaboration with industry stakeholders and regulators. Lhasa’s not-for-profit status ensures that their sole focus is helping members to be successful and thereby delivering public benefit.
To help scientists work more efficiently, more effectively and make better decisions, Lhasa Limited develops a range of software applications. Solutions include:
• In silico prediction software for toxicity, metabolic fate and chemical degradation of chemicals
• Chemical database software for chemical toxicity information management
• Software for the calculation of purge factors
Sponsors of Lhasa Limited software also become members of Lhasa Limited, and therefore have the opportunity to contribute to the future of Lhasa Limited software and the company.
Membership of Lhasa Limited is available at different levels, so your organisation can select the membership level that best suits its needs.
Lhasa Limited is an active research organisation with an enviable reputation for collaborative work and the promotion of data sharing.
Lhasa Limited collaboration and data sharing initiatives currently exist on topics including, AI/PDE, Nitrites in Excipients, Elemental Impurities, Excipients, and Intermediates
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