Since 2015, DrugBank has continued to grow in popularity and has developed numerous additional datasets, software tools and APIs. Supporting academic research and student education remains a core part of our mission and in addition to commercial offerings, DrugBank continues to provide free, non-commercial datasets to academic researchers and a free version of DrugBank data, accessible at DrugBank.ca.
Today DrugBank has been cited in over 7,000 academic publications and has enabled groundbreaking research in drug discovery, machine learning, and drug repurposing.
Thousands of graduate students have used DrugBank data as a core part of their research and education and DrugBank is accessed by millions of people each year from over 150 countries. DrugBank provides information to many important organizations around the world including the Food and Drug Administration, Health Canada, the National Institute of Health and the World Health Organization. DrugBank is used by many of the top pharmaceutical companies in the world in their drug discovery and repurposing pipelines.