About the InChI Trust


The charitable objects of the InChI Trust are the advancement of science for the public benefit, in particular by:

  • Developing, reviewing and disseminating the internationally agreed standard representation, the IUPAC InChI, of defined chemical structure and their links to related information;
  • Developing an organisational framework for implementation of and compliance with such codes of practice;
  • Contributing to the use and understanding of chemical structure standards and related information

Interested in joining the Trust? See here

 

Our current members and associates

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Sigma-Aldrich
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InChI Supporters

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Our Board of Directors are also the Trustees of the charity:

  • David Evans (RELX Group) (2010-2017; Chairman 2012-2017)
  • Richard Kidd (Royal Society of Chemistry; Treasurer) (2010-2019)
  • Alan McNaught (Company Secretary) (2010-2018)
  • Steffen Pauly (Springer Nature) (2017)
  • Ray Boucher (Wiley) (2010-2017)
  • Richard Hartshorn (IUPAC) (2013-2019)
  • vacancy (Informa / Taylor and Francis) (2017)
  • Matt Toussant (ACS/CAS) (2017)

Our relationship with IUPAC is described here.

Our annual reports can be read at the Charities Commission site here.