What’s in a Name? The Unsung Heroes of Open Innovation: Nomenclature and Terminology – RSC CICAG one day meeting

The Royal Society of Chemistry’s Chemical Information and Computer Applications Group (CICAG) is pleased to announce a forthcoming one-day meeting.  With the rise of wide-scale participation in open innovation supported by the Internet and Web, standards in nomenclature and terminology are again prime movers in the advance of chemical sciences. In partnership with the University of Southampton, the CICAG is therefore holding a meeting entitled “What’s in a Name? The Unsung Heroes of Open Innovation: Nomenclature and Terminology”, on Tuesday 21st October 2014, at Burlington House, London. 

Who should attend? Anyone with an interest in the clear communication of chemical knowledge and issues in a global context, in the efficient exchange of ideas and the way in which computers, the Internet and Web can most appropriately advance chemical understanding and innovation. The event will be relevant to industrial, commercial, governmental and educational organisations. 

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