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Join us for the CINF Luncheon at ACS on Tuesday

Those of you attending the ACS National Meeting in Dallas are cordially invited to join us for the CINF Luncheon on Tuesday, March 18, 2014, from 12:00-1:30PM in the Katy Trail room of the Omni Dallas Hotel.  Tickets are only $15, thanks to the generous sponsorship of the Royal Society of Chemistry.  The guest speaker will be Andrew Yeung of Texas A&M, who will speak on "Chemistry in Wikipedia: A Personal Perspective.  The abstract appears at the bottom of this post.

Spring 2014 Chemical Information Bulletin now available

The latest edition of the ACS Chemical Information Bulletin (Spring 2014, vol 66. Issue 1) has just been released. This is the pre-conference issue. Enjoy, and many thanks for reading!

You may view the new CIB online here:
http://bulletin.acscinf.org/node/554

There is also a PDF version available here:
http://bulletin.acscinf.org/PDFs/CIB_66-1.pdf

Applications for the 2014 CINF Scholarship for Scientific Excellence

The scholarship program of the Division of Chemical Information (CINF) of the American Chemical Society (ACS) funded by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) is designed to reward graduate and postdoctoral students in chemical information and related sciences for scientific excellence and to foster their involvement in CINF.

Call for Papers: 248th ACS Meeting

The Fall 2014 ACS Meeting will take place in San Francisco, California, August 10 - 14, 2014. If you would like to submit an abstract for a talk, the deadline is March 10th 2014.

A few symposia are already lined up. See the call for papers to find out more (http://www.acscinf.org/content/cinf-symposia-248-call-papers).

 

 

Winter 2013 Chemical Information Bulletin now available

The new issue (Volume 65, Number 4: Winter 2013) of the Chemical Information Bulletin is now available: http://bulletin.acscinf.org/

The issue features reports from the 2013 Fall ACS National Meeting, September 8-12, 2013, Indianapolis, IN.

In this issue:

Engelbert Zass selected to receive 2014 Herman Skolnik Award

Dr. Engelbert Zass has been selected as the recipient of the American Chemical Society Division of Chemical Information’s 2014 Herman Skolnik Award.

The award recognizes outstanding contributions to and achievements in the theory and practice of chemical information science and related disciplines. The prize consists of a $3,000 honorarium and a plaque. Dr. Zass will also be invited to present an award symposium at the Fall 2014 ACS National Meeting to be held in San Francisco.

Photos from the ACS Meeting in Indianapolis

Thanks to Wendy Warr for adding pictures in Flickr from the ACS National Meeting in Indianapolis this fall. View the picture sets here:

Multi‐Scale Maps of Scholarly Activity: Talk by Katy Borner

The presentation given by Katy Borner in Indianapolis at the ACS CINF luncheon was very well received. There were a number of requests for the presentation slides and they are available at this link: http://cns.slis.indiana.edu/docs/presentations/2013-borner-acs-indy.pdf

Or you can view it below.

Enjoy!

Antony Williams PhD, FRSC

Webinar: HELM for the masses - a notation standard for representing Biologics

Date: September 20, 2013
Time: noon US Eastern Time

Title: HELM for the masses - a notation standard for representing Biologics
Speaker: Roland W. Knispel, ChemAxon

Call for Papers: 247th ACS Meeting

The Spring 2014 ACS Meeting will take place in Dallas, Texas, March 16, 20, 2014. If you would like to submit an abstract for a talk, the deadline is October 7th 2013.

A few symposia are already lined up. See the call for papers to find out more (http://www.acscinf.org/content/cinf-symposia-247-call-papers).

 

 

 

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