Harvard Clean Energy Project chooses ChemDoodle

Cambridge, MA, March 12, 2015 — The Harvard Clean Energy Project, a project key to advancing solar cell materials and applications, and iChemLabs™ LLC., the developer of the popular ChemDoodle® brand of chemical drawing software, announce a strategic partnership to collaborate and develop key technologies and services towards achieving solar energy goals. This will be done through integration of the ChemDoodle Web Components to introduce users to an advanced, HTML5 experience with high quality graphics and interaction for chemical information in 2D and 3D on desktop, web and mobile platforms.

Harvard University Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Alán Aspuru-Guzik, states, “The Harvard Clean Energy Project is a multiparty industry and academia collaboration for finding new renewable energy materials. We are excited to partner with iChemLabs and take advantage of ChemDoodle technologies that help users find materials in our database.”

Kevin Theisen, President of iChemLabs, adds “The ChemDoodle brand is recognized around the world as a very high quality, portable and intuitive platform for communicating chemical information. We are proud to collaborate with the Harvard Clean Energy Project and provide best-in-class tools to better reach their goals in developing solar cell materials. The Harvard Clean Energy Project is a very impressive initiative, and I am pleased our ChemDoodle platform has such an important impact in the scientific communities.”

About the Harvard Clean Energy Project
The Clean Energy Project (CEP) is a virtual high-throughput discovery and design effort for the next generation of plastic solar cell materials. We study millions of candidate structures to identify suitable compounds for the harvesting of renewable energy from the sun and for other organic electronic applications. http://cleanenergy.molecularspace.org

About iChemLabs
iChemLabs, LLC. is a scientific software company excelling in cheminformatics algorithms, visualization and graphics, and groundbreaking technologies such as HTML5/Canvas/WebGL. iChemLabs produces the popular ChemDoodle brand of chemical drawing software across desktop, web and mobile devices. iChemLabs partners with companies across all industries to help create the best digital and software experiences for scientists. https://www.ichemlabs.com

The ChemDoodle Web Components library is presented online and an API, tutorial and demos can be found here: https://web.chemdoodle.com

The Chemistry World review for ChemDoodle can be found here: http://www.rsc.org/chemistryworld/2014/12/chemdoodle-chemical-publishing-software

The ACS Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling review for ChemDoodle can be found here: http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/ci500438j