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Royal Society of Chemistry celebrates ChemSpider partnership by re-launching search engine for chemists at Fall ACS

The Royal Society of Chemistry will be re-launching ChemSpider, its free online resource for chemical structure searching, at the American Chemical Society’s Fall 2009 National Meeting and Exposition in Washington, DC, August 16–22.

ChemSpider is also a main sponsor of this year’s event. ChemSpider, which was acquired by the Royal Society of Chemistry recently, is facilitating the establishment of a dedicated structure-centric community for chemists by providing fast access to millions of unique chemical entities, resources and information. It also gives researchers the opportunity to collaborate with their peers within a global community.

Commenting on the relaunch, Dr Antony Williams, VP Strategic Development ChemSpider, commented: ‘We are all excited about promoting ChemSpider at ACS in Washington. As chemists from all over the world attend this meeting, it represents an ideal opportunity for us to show them exactly what ChemSpider offers the scientific community. By presenting and managing data for the chemistry community, regardless of whether it is ever published, we can provide an interactive platform for chemists to share information, search libraries and continue to advance their chemistry.’

Delegates at the ACS can check out the functionality of ChemSpider for themselves on Stand 1810. They can also test their skill on the ChemSpider game – and potentially win an iPod shuffle in the process!

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