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The Royal Society of Chemistry has provided access to data associated with millions of chemical compounds via our ChemSpider database for over 5 years. During this period the richness and complexity ...
The Royal Society of Chemistry has provided access to data associated with millions of chemical compounds via our ChemSpider database for over 5 years. During this period the richness and complexity of the data has continued to expand dramatically and the original vision for providing an integrated hub for structure-centric data has been delivered across the world to hundreds of thousands of users. With an intention of expanding the reach to cover more diverse aspects of chemistry-related data including compounds, reactions and analytical data, to name just a few data-types, we are in the process of implementing a new architecture to build a Chemistry Data Repository. The data repository will manage the challenges of associated metadata, the various levels of required security (private, shared and public) and exposing the data as appropriate using semantic web technologies. Ultimately this platform will become the host for all chemicals, reactions and analytical data contained within RSC publications and specifically supplementary information. This presentation will report on how our efforts to manage chemistry related data has impacted chemists and projects across the world and will review specifically our contributions to projects involving natural products for collaborators in Brazil and China, for the Open Source Drug Discovery project in India, and our collaborations with scientists in Russia.