Searching scientific literature directly with ChemDraw v14


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ChemDraw provides chemists with a rich set of easy-to-use tools for creating publication-ready, scientifically meaningful drawings of molecules and reactions. This webinar will showcase the latest version of the program, covering new functionality and improvements such as a new direct SciFinder link, as well as useful drawing shortcuts, tips and tricks.

Spend less time at the computer, and more time at the bench.

 

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Date and time

29th July 2014, 15.00 BST 

 

Speaker

Pierre Morieux PhD, Chemistry Application Specialist at PerkinElmer

After gaining a PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2010, Pierre went on to a 2-year postdoc at the ISIS, Université de Strasbourg, France. Pierre then published a ChemDraw Tips & Tricks video on YouTube, the success of which led to him being hired by PerkinElmer as an application specialist for chemistry.

 

Moderator

Bibiana Campos-Seijo, Editor, Chemistry World magazine 

Bibiana is the editor of Chemistry World and magazines publisher for the Royal Society of Chemistry. After completing a PhD in chemistry, she ran her own e-learning business before moving into publishing, first as a technical editor for the European Respiratory Society and then managing a portfolio of pharmaceutical titles at Advanstar Communications. In 2009, she moved to the Royal Society of Chemistry to lead the Magazines team.

 

About our webinar partner

PerkinElmer Informatics delivers software and services globally for research, discovery, analysis and collaboration across multiple industries. PerkinElmer’s Ensemble solution, with the TIBCO Spotfire® platform, supports crucial informatics activities for scientific research and development applications. Informatics products include ChemBioOffice®, ChemDraw®, E-Notebook and LES systems for knowledge management and integrated laboratory systems.


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