Archive for the ‘ChemSpider Chemistry’ Category

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 […]

Last day at the Royal Society of Chemistry – So long and thanks for all the spuds   1 comment

Today is my last day of employment for the Royal Society of Chemistry. It will be almost six years since I joined RSC when ChemSpider was acquired. While ChemSpider was initially a “hobby project” and attempt to create a disruption in terms of access to chemistry data, crowdsourced contribution and data validation, it has gone […]

Providing Access to a Million NMR Spectra via the web   Leave a comment

This presentation was given at the ACS Denver meeting on March 22nd 2015 in a CHED Division symposium Providing Access to a Million NMR Spectra via the web Antony Williams, Alexey Pshenichnov, Peter Corbett, Daniel Lowe, Carlos Coba Access to large scale NMR collections of spectral data can be used for a number of purposes […]

PITTCON Poster: ChemSpider – building an online database of open spectra   Leave a comment

This is a poster I presented at Pittcon on Wednesday March 11th, 2015 ChemSpider – building an online database of open spectra ChemSpider is an online database of over 30 million chemical compounds sourced from over 500 different sources including government laboratories, chemical vendors, public resources and publications. Developed with the intention of building community […]

How the InChI identifier is used to underpin our online chemistry databases at the Royal Society of Chemistry #ACSsanfran   Leave a comment

This is my presentation at the ACS San Francisco Fall Meeting on August 10th 2014 How the InChI identifier is used to underpin our online chemistry databases at the Royal Society of Chemistry The Royal Society of Chemistry hosts a growing collection of online chemistry content. For much of our work the InChI identifier is […]

Applying RSC cheminformatics skills to support the PharmaSea project at #ACSsanfran   Leave a comment

This is the first presentation I gave at the ACS meeting in San Francisco on Sunday morning (August 8th) in the CINF Natural Products session. Applying Royal Society of Chemistry cheminformatics skills to support the PharmaSea project The collaborative project PharmaSea brings European researchers to some of the deepest, coldest and hottest places on the […]

Data Mining Dissertations and Adventures and Experiences in the World of Chemistry   2 comments

Data Mining Dissertations and Adventures and Experiences in the World of Chemistry This presentation was given at the CLIR/DLF Postdoctoral Fellowship Summer Seminar at Bryn Mawr college in Pennsylvania on July 29th 2014. The intention was to communicate what we are doing in the fields of text and data mining in the domain of chemistry […]

Current Initiatives in Developing Research Data Repositories at the Royal Society of Chemistry   Leave a comment

I presented at the Food and Drug Administration today regarding some of our efforts to develop a research data repository for the community. The abstract and presentation from Slideshare is below. Current Initiatives in Developing Research Data Repositories at the Royal Society of Chemistry Access to scientific information has changed in a manner that was […]

Presentation at the 2014 Allen Press Emerging Trends in Scholarly Publishin Seminar   Leave a comment

Today I gave a presentation at the 2014 Allen Press Emerging Trends in Scholarly Publishing™ Seminar here in Washington DC. Over coffee I had very positive feedback about what we are doing at RSC and various comments about “real science exposed by a publisher”. The abstract and Slideshare presentation are below. The Application of Text […]

Accessing Royal Society of Chemistry resources and making chemistry mobile   Leave a comment

This is a presentation I gave at the ACS Dallas meeting on March 19th 2014 Accessing Royal Society of Chemistry resources and making chemistry mobile The ongoing drive towards mobile devices is now simply one of generic ubiquity. It is less an issue of whether a scientist has a mobile device but rather what brand, […]

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