J-Star Research, Inc launches new website
South Plainfield, NJ., March 12, 2020 — J-Star Research, Inc, the leading Contract Research Organization focused on Small Molecule Process Research and Crystallization R&D, is proud to announce the launch of its newly redesigned website at https://www.jstar-research.com. The new site features a streamlined, modern design, improved functionality, and easy access to essential information to help pharmaceutical companies make well-informed decisions about their development programs.
The new comprehensive website brings together the J-STAR family of departments into one site. Having grown at over 20% per year over the last 5 years and with 2 offices in New Jersey, the revamped website represents a holistically integrated suite of services addressing every stage of chemical development.
“We are thrilled to debut our new company website to our clients, partners, and visitors who are looking to understand the breadth of J-STAR Research’s capabilities,” said Andrew Thompson, PhD, J-STAR‘s CEO. “This website redesign truly ties together all of our services into one platform and allows for each visitor to have the same experience and access to our robust suite of specialized processes.”
J-STAR‘s new website will be updated on a regular basis with news of tradeshows, regulatory changes, essential client information, and corporate milestones. Visitors are encouraged to explore the website at https://www.jstar-research.com.
About J-STAR Research, Inc.
Founded in 1996, J-STAR Research, Inc. is a contract chemistry organization serving as an outsourcing partner for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. Founded by Dr. Andrew Thompson, formerly of Merck Research Laboratories in The Department of Process Research, J-STAR has become a leading provider of services in organic synthesis for a variety of pharmaceutical clients globally.. For more information, visit https://www.jstar-research.com
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J-STAR Research helps pharmaceutical small molecule R&D programs succeed in all phases of development.