Chemical Information and Computation 2021, Number One,
American Chemical Society Spring 2021 meeting, April 5-16, 2021, online
I am excited to announce the publication of the 57th report in this renowned series. I produce lengthy reports every six months loosely based around ACS meetings. I have been doing this every year, twice a year, since 1992. My reports are essential reading if you want to keep up to date with recent developments in cheminformatics and computational chemistry. License the current report and you will benefit from reading technical presentations in symposia entitled:
- Machine Learning and AI for Organic Chemistry
- Machine Learning and AI Techniques in Drug Discovery
- AI Meets Cheminformatics
- Innovations in Open Data Exchange and Information Dissemination
- Framing FAIR
- Cultivating Good Data Practices Among Chemists.
I have transcribed all the talks in detail, and have added value by including web links, expanding abbreviations, correcting errors, and carefully checking the literature references. You will also want to keep up to date with industry news. The report starts with news from the first half of 2021, covering recent developments at more than 60 organizations in the computational chemistry, cheminformatics, chemical information, and publishing markets.
All this comes at the same, very reasonable price, with a 50% discount for academia and government. Moreover, for only double the price you can share the report with hundreds, or even thousands of colleagues within your organization.
Click here for the contents list.
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Legacy of Eugene Garfield: from the Chicken Coop to the World Wide Web
Gene Garfield left a legacy far beyond the concept of citation indexing and bibliometrics, and the ideas that he developed during the latter half of the last century continue to fuel advances in cheminformatics and information science. See the freely available report by Wendy Warr on a symposium presented at the 255th ACS National Meeting and Exposition in New Orleans, LA, on March 19, 2018.
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