eTOC Alert ‘Chemistry International’ – Jul-Sep 2017

A new issue of Chemistry International is now available on De Gruyter Online.

Please click on the following links to view the articles:

Chemistry International Volume 39, Issue 3

Full issue pdf


SPECIAL Issue on BIG DATA
The basis for this special issue is also the impetus behind a Special Symposium on Research Data, Big Data, and Chemistry  to be held at the 46th IUPAC Congress: it is taking a look at how the movement to publish research data more accessibly intersects the practice of research data dissemination in chemistry.


Sections
Features | Wire | Stamp International | Mark Your Calendar

Archives of Chemistry International


Secretary General’s Column
Research Data, Big Data, and ChemistryHartshorn, Richard (Page 2)

Guest Editors Introduction
The Rise of Primary Research DataMcEwen, Leah / Martinsen, David (Page 3)


Features

Connecting Chemistry with Global Challenges through Data StandardsBruno, Ian / Frey, Jeremy G.* (Page 5)

The Future of Chemical Information Is NowWilliams, Antony J. / Pence, Harry E. (Page 9)

Are We Nearly There Yet? A perspective on Data Sharing in (Chemical) CrystallographyColes, Simon (Page 15)

Managing Standards and Critical Evaluation in a World of Big DataHibbert, D. Brynn* / Shaw, David / Magalhães, M. Clara F. (Page 22)

The IUPAC Gold Book: An Exemplar for IUPAC Asset DigitizationChalk, Stuart* / McEwen, Leah (Page 25)

Chemical Health and Safety Data ManagementMcEwen, Leah* (Page 31)

Primary Research Data and Scholarly Communication, Martinsen, David* (Page 35)

Leveraging the Web: Production, Management, and Dissemination of Chemical InformationFyson, William / Coles, Simon / Frey, Jeremy* (Page 39)

From Experiments to Knowledge: Reproducibility, Validation, and Reuse of Crystal Structure DataBruno, Ian* (Page 41)

Big Data in Chemical IndustrySaha, B.* (Page 42)

Supporting Information Review and Data Analysis at Organic LettersHunter, Angela M.* (Page 43)

Update on ThermoMLKroenlein, Kenneth (Page 44)

Beware the Hype of Digital Publishing: Creating Useful Information Requires WorkHicks, Martin G.* / Kettner, Carsten (Page 45)

The Status of the IUPAC InChI Chemical Structure Standard: Today and the FutureBoucher, Ray* / Heller, Stephen / McNaught, Alan (Page 47)

Meet the authors and learn about this topic at the Special Symposium organized part of the IUPAC2017 GA/Congress


Wire

Election of IUPAC Officers and Bureau Members (Page 48) (news version on iupac.org)

IUPAC Announces the Winners of the 2017 IUPAC-Solvay International Award for Young Chemists (Page 49)


Mark Your Calendar (Page 50)


Stamps International

Big ChemistryRabinovich, Daniel (Page 52)


Cover: “The emergence and development of digital information technologies in the new millennium have inspired a new look at how research outputs are managed and disseminated…” Read more page 3. Image by Liu Zishan/Sutthersstock


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