Supporting world class research.
Developing tools. Promoting standards.

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Our Tools
built by ChemBio Hub developers

ChemiReg

InventoryReg

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Manage your vectors, peptides and consumables

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Associated Tools
of interest to ChemBio Hub users

WONKA

Objective novel complex analysis

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OOMMPPAA

Aid directed synthesis by the combined analysis of activity and structural data.

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Research Equipment Database

Find bookable technology available for use across the University.

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How can ChemBio Hub help you?

Researchers from across Oxford have adopted the ChemBio Hub system to manage everything from compounds and plasmids to antibodies and mouse data.

Why should you try the ChemBio Hub?

  • Free - download a copy of the software and get started without subscription or licence costs.
  • Simple to learn - Easy to setup and maintain.
  • Highly flexible - Store data in the format you need.
  • Online - Access your data from anywhere.
  • Open source - Develop and add new features as you need them.

From compound registration to managing general orders, the ChemBio Hub can help you get your laboratory organised.

Have an account? Login to ChemBio Hub with WebAuth here ChemBio Hub Platform

Want to try the system? Login to the demo here ChemBio Hub Demo

Why ChemBio Hub?

"ChemBioHub will enable researchers to share knowledge, expertise, reagents and data, reducing inefficiency and missed opportunities. I’m convinced that this platform will become a key tool used across the University and beyond."

Professor Chris Schofield
Head of Organic Chemistry
University of Oxford

"ChemBioHub will provide tools to support close collaboration among more than 20 departments. It will showcase the University’s world-class chemical biology capabilities and science both to academics and industry around the world."

Professor Alistair Buchan
Head of Medical Sciences Division
University of Oxford