We provide novel pieces of molecular lego that can be used by research scientists to build new drugs.
The chemical process was discovered during a research project within the University of Liverpool's chemistry department
Production is underway and the novel products are already being sold to major pharmaceutical companies and academic institutions.
Professor Ryoji Noyori - winner of the 2001 Nobel Prize for chiral chemistry and former teacher of Professor Xiao, a co-founder of Liverpool ChiroChem.
Supplying scientific researchers with novel lego building blocks will lead to the discovery and production of new drugs that provide improved treatments for conditions such as cancer and Alzheimer's disease.