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Open Science for Identifying “Known Unknown” Chemicals http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.est.7b01908   Leave a comment

I am happy to announce the publishing of an article regarding “Open Science for Identifying “Known Unknown” Chemicals” at http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.est.7b01908. I have been involved with two other articles about the identification of “Known Unknowns”. The first one was a ChemSpider article: “”Identification of “known unknowns” utilizing accurate mass data and ChemSpider”. Journal of The American […]

PRESENTATION: Building an Online Profile Using Social Networking and Amplification Tools for Scientists   Leave a comment

This presentation was given as a 2 hour hands-on training course at the Frontier Building in the Research Triangle Park in NC funded by an Industry Award Grant from the ACS and matching financial support from the Research Triangle Institute. Abstract “Many of us nowadays invest significant amounts of time in sharing our activities and […]

Social Media Tools for Scientists and Building an Online Profile   Leave a comment

This presentation will be given at the Janelia Farm Research Campus, a research campus of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. The presentation abstract is below. ABSTRACT Despite the availability of many platforms for scientists to connect and share with their peers in the scientific community the majority do not make use of these tools, despite […]

My NC-ACS Distinguished Speaker Award Presentation   Leave a comment

Last night I was honored to receive an award from the North Carolina Local Section of the American Chemical Society. I had the chance to review the past 20 years of my career with the attendees. I assembled a slide deck from about ten years of slides stored on Slideshare (I am glad I have been […]

NCSU Presentation: Data integration and building a profile for yourself as an online scientist   Leave a comment

This is a presentation I gave at North Carolina State University hosted by Denis Fourches. Data integration and building a profile for yourself as an online scientist Many of us nowadays invest significant amounts of time in sharing our activities and opinions with friends and family via social networking tools. However, despite the availability of […]

Posted August 30, 2015 by tony in AltMetrics, ChemConnector, Open Science..all its forms

Give me kudos for taking responsibility for self-marketing my scientific publications and increase impact   Leave a comment

This presentation was given at the ACS Denver meeting on March 22nd 2015 in a CINF Division symposium Give me kudos for taking responsibility for self-marketing my scientific publications and increase impact. Antony Williams, Will Russell, Melinda Kenneway and Louise Peck The authoring of a scientific publication can represent the culmination of many tens if […]

Pacifichem: The Increasing Influence of Openness in the Domain of Chemistry (#325)   Leave a comment

Pacifichem 2015 will see me co-hosting two sessions at the meeting. The first one is described here, “The Evolving Nature of Scholarly Communication: Connecting Scholars with Each Other and with Society“, and the second one is “The Increasing Influence of Openness in the Domain of Chemistry“. The call for abstracts is open for BOTH sessions […]

Posted January 29, 2015 by tony in ACS Meetings, Open Access Publishing, Open Science..all its forms

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A presentation at Research Square: The Benefits of Participation in the Social Web of Science   Leave a comment

Yesterday I had the privilege of giving a presentation at Research Square in Durham. In terms of an audience, and an environment to present, it was certainly an ideal environment and very recipient audience….but how could it not be with their mission being to provide “research communication without roadblocks”. As the MC for the day […]

A chemistry data repository to serve them all   Leave a comment

A presentation that I am giving around UK universities in September/October 2014 A chemistry data repository to serve them all Over the past five years the Royal Society of Chemistry has become world renowned for its public domain compound database that integrates chemical structures with online resources and available data. ChemSpider regularly serves over 50,000 […]

Accessing 3D Printable Chemical Structures Online at #ACSsanfran   Leave a comment

This presentation was given by Vincent Scalfani and covers the work we have done to provide access to 3D printable chemical structures online… Accessing 3D Printable Chemical Structures Online We have been exploring routes to create 3D printable chemical structure files (.WRL and .STL). These digital 3D files can be generated directly from crystallographic information […]

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