New Developments in Chemical Information: ‘Best Practice’
Last revision: March 3, 2014
RSC CICAG (Royal Society of Chemistry Chemical Information and Computer Applications Group)
A one day course for information scientists, librarians, researchers and anyone with an interest in Chemistry consisting of a series of presentations providing an impartial and critical overview of Chemical Information products/services, given by specialists.
Date: 03 July 2013 10:00 – 16:30
Venue: Royal Society of Chemistry, Council Room, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BA
Ticket/Registration Information: RSC CICAG members £30; Non-members £40
Contact: Dr Keith White, Chair, RSC CICAG; Email: email@example.com
The CSAT Newsletter, published (usually) 3 times per year, contains a variety of information of interest to the chemical information community. Newsletter items are published by the Chemical Strusture Association Trust.
- “SciFinder, the Chemical Search Tool for Scientists”, Yvonne Pope, Regional Sales Manager, CAS
- “Thomson Reuters Markush Data Feed: A New Way to Search and Analyse Chemical Information from Patents”, Brian Larner, Product Specialist, Thomson Reuters
- “Bringing Data Together – the National Chemical Database Service and Other e-Science Developments at the RSC”, Richard Kidd, Business Development Manager, RSC
- “Extracting Knowledge from Reactions: Developments from InfoChem”, Stephanie North, Allyl Consulting Ltd; representing InfoChem in the UK
- “Innovative Patent Chemistry Workflows Using SureChemDirect”, Elisabeth Piveteau, Sales Manager EMEA, SureChem/Digital Science
- “The RSC Virtual Library: What Do Our Members Want?”, Sheena Elliott, Manager, Member Services, RSC
- “How Accelrys Plans to Address the Remaining Challenges in Structure Representation and Searching: Chemically Modified Biologics, Non-Specific Structures, and Organometallic Compounds”, Keith Taylor, Advisory Product Manager, Accelrys