CDD Vault

Finally, a modern approach to drug research informatics

CDD Vault is a hosted biological and chemical database
that securely manages your private and external data.
Accomplish more with an intuitive solution designed by scientists.

Simple and secure data management Securely store, register and easily mine experimental data, including bioassays, SAR, and chemical structures, in a private data vault that CDD hosts for your group. Manage your data with CDD Vault
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your partners

Share data in real time without worrying about keeping track of file versions. Specify who can access your data and precisely which data they can see. Simple, sophisticated, secure.

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    CDD CEO Barry Bunin Featured in SLAS ELN Interview July 20, 2015

    Before The Cloud was a regular part of our lexicon, entrepreneurs such as Barry Bunin pioneered secure, collaborative data hosting for scientists. “We have all the ideas for a Nobel Prize here in this lab. The problem is that the ideas are in separate brains instead of one. If we could gather everything into one […]

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    CDD Hosts Workshop, Presents Papers and Posters at the 250th ACS National Meeting & Exposition in August 2015 July 16, 2015

    CDD hosts CDD Vision Workshop while Dr. Sean Ekins (CDD’s Chief Scientific Officer) presents papers and posters at the 250th ACS National Meeting & Exposition in August 2015 Dr. Ekins’ presentations will be part of the technical program at the 250th ACS National Meeting that will be held in Boston, MA. YOU are Invited to […]

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CDD User Spotlight Dr. Ruo Steensma, Orphagen Pharmaceuticals

"We had Excel sheets all over the place and data from different projects that were just separated in different folders and after a while, it got to the point that it was just hard to manage. We chose CDD, and we’re really happy with the service and the cost and the way the database is evolving."

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