Chemistry Repositories

To ease the selection of a suitable research data repository for chemistry research data, NFDI4Chem provides a list of trusted, chemistry-friendly repositories. This page only lists our recommendations. To get more information, please visit the section Data Publication in the NFDI4Chem Knowledge Base.

Core Chemistry Repositories

  • Chemotion Repository
    A field-specific repository for molecules, reactions and research data
  • MassBank EU*
    A field-specific ecosystem of databases and tools for mass spectrometry reference spectra.
  • nmrXiv
    A field-specific repository for NMR data
  • RADAR4Chem
    A generic, multi-disciplinary repository that offers a free and reliable home for all chemical research data that do not fulfill the specifications of other repositories.
  • SUPRABANK
    A field-specific repository for intermolecular interactions data.
  • STRENDA DB
    A field-specific repository for enzymology data, which incorporates the STRENDA Guidelines for reporting enzymology data.

*Resource which does not accept direct submission of MS data in vendor or mzML format, but data in MassBank format, see RMassBank.

Associated Repositories and Databases

Other Relevant Repositories

  • NOMAD
    A field-specific repository for materials science data.
  • ioChem-BD
    A field-specific repository for computational chemistry.
  • RADAR
    A generic, multi-disciplinary research data repository.
  • Zenodo
    A generic repository developed under the European OpenAIRE program and operated by CERN.
  • EUDAT B2SHARE
    A generic repository operated by a pan-european network consisting of more than 25 research organisations, data and computing centers.

Other Relevant DBs

  • ChemSpider
    ChemSpider is a free chemical structure database providing fast text and structure search access to over 100 million structures from hundreds of data sources.
  • PubChem
    PubChem is an open chemistry database at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

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