Archive for the ‘ChemSpider Chemistry’ Category

Data enhancing the Royal Society of Chemistry publication archive   Leave a comment

This is a presentation I gave at the ACS Dallas meeting on March 19th 2014 Data enhancing the Royal Society of Chemistry publication archive The Royal Society of Chemistry has an archive of hundreds of thousands of published articles containing various types of chemistry related data – compounds, reactions, property data, spectral data etc. RSC […]

The UK National Chemical Database Service as an integration of commercial and public chemistry services to support chemists in the United Kingdom   Leave a comment

This is a presentation I gave at the ACS National Meeting in Dallas on Wednesday 19th March 2014 The UK National Chemical Database Service – an integration of commercial and public chemistry services to support chemists in the United Kingdom At a time when the data explosion has simply been redefined as “Big”, the hurdles […]

Ontology work at the Royal Society of Chemistry #ACSDallas   Leave a comment

This is a presentation at I gave at the ACS Spring meeting in Dallas, Texas on March 17th 2014 Ontology work at the Royal Society of Chemistry We provide an overview of the use we make of ontologies at the Royal Society of Chemistry.  Our engagement with the ontology community began in 2006 with preparations […]

Big data challenges associated with building a national data repository for chemistry   Leave a comment

I gave a presentation at the ICIC 2013 meeting in Vienna focused on the “Big data challenges associated with building a national data repository for chemistry“. The Slideshare presentation is shown below. At a time when the data explosion has simply been redefined as “Big”, the hurdles associated with building a subject-specific data repository for […]

The importance of standards for data exchange and interchange on the Royal Society of Chemistry eScience platforms   Leave a comment

This is my seventh and LAST talk at the ACS Meeting in Indianapolis: The importance of standards for data exchange and interchange on the Royal Society of Chemistry eScience platforms The Royal Society of Chemistry provides access to a number of databases hosting chemicals data, reactions, spectroscopy data and prediction services. These databases and services […]

Digitizing documents to provide a public spectroscopy database   Leave a comment

This is my sixth presentation at the ACS Fall Meeting in Indianapolis: Digitizing documents to provide a public spectroscopy database RSC hosts a number of platforms providing free access to chemistry related data. The content includes chemical compounds and associated experimental and predicted data, chemical reactions and, increasingly, spectral data. The ChemSpider database primarily contains […]

Accessing chemical health and safety data online using Royal Society of Chemistry resources   Leave a comment

This is the second presentation I gave at the ACS Meeting in Indianapolis Accessing chemical health and safety data online using Royal Society of Chemistry resources The internet has opened up access to large amounts of chemistry related data that can be harvested and assembled into rich resources of value to chemists. The Royal Society of […]

Apps and approaches to mobilizing chemistry from the Royal Society of Chemistry   Leave a comment

This is the first presentation I gave at the ACS Meeting in Indianapolis Apps and approaches to mobilizing chemistry from the Royal Society of Chemistry Mobilizing chemistry by delivering data and content from Royal Society of Chemistry resources has become an important component of our activities to increase accessibility. Content includes access to our publications, […]

The future of scientific information & communication presented at the SUNY Potsdam Academic Festival   1 comment

This is a LONG presentation….I talk about the “It’s All About Me” attitude that can positively feed science….we want to share OUR science, we want people to know about our opinions, our activities, our collaborators, we want to get funding, recognition and attribution. And why not…it can all be to the benefit of science. This […]

Engaging students in publishing on the internet early in their careers   Leave a comment

Presentation given at ACS New Orleans Spring Meeting As a result of the advent of internet technologies supporting participation on the internet via blogs, wikis and other social networking approaches, chemists now have an opportunity to contribute to the growing chemistry content on the web. As scientists an important skill to develop is the ability […]

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