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Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands
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Mobilizing Chemistry - Chemistry in Our Hands

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This is a presentation I gave at the Special Libraries Association 2010 conference in New Orleans regarding "Mobile Chemistry". What is the status of chemistry on mobile devices? How do Apps match up …

This is a presentation I gave at the Special Libraries Association 2010 conference in New Orleans regarding "Mobile Chemistry". What is the status of chemistry on mobile devices? How do Apps match up against mobile browser based approaches? What is the future of tablets/pads versus phones for accessing content? A review of chemistry apps, online chemistry databases, ChemSpider, Mobile ChemSpider, ChemSpider SyntheticPages

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  • 1. Mobilizing Science – Chemistry in Our Hands
  • 2. Mobile Chemistry  What is mobile? Today? Tomorrow?  Chemistry “applications” made mobile  An overview of chemistry applications  Publishers  Chemistry applications  Chemistry databases  What the future holds?
  • 3. Mobile Chemistry  ithingies : Pods, Pads, Phones  Phones with browsers  Tablets with network connectivity
  • 4. Mobile Chemistry  ithingies : Pods, Pads, Phones  Phones with browsers  Tablets with network connectivity  “Apps” versus Mobile Browsers  Apps: Kudos and marketing value, dedicated to platform functionality, offline usage  Apps: Maintenance, distribution, local versioning, longevity, development skills
  • 5. Mobile Chemistry  eBooks and access to Publishers content – Nature, ACS, PubMed browsing, others  In lab assistants  Stoichiometry calculators  Equation balancing  Elemental formulae to mass  Educational tools:  Periodic Tables  Flip cards, Q&As, Study aids
  • 6. Mobile Chemistry  Multimedia access AND generation: YouTube videos, MP3s  Structure drawing tools  Look up tools: Types of reactions, Wikipedia searches, Chemistry database searching  Small molecules and biomolecules
  • 7. Scientific Publishers Apps
  • 8. Scientific Publisher Apps
  • 9. Scientific Publisher Apps
  • 10. Managing Papers
  • 11. Managing Papers
  • 12. Wikipedia Chemistry
  • 13. Wikipedia Chemistry
  • 14. Chemistry in the Palm and Pocket
  • 15. Chemical Structure Drawing ChemJuice
  • 16. Chemical Structure Drawing ChemJuice Linked to YouTube Content
  • 17. Chemical Structure Drawing Mobile Molecular Datasheet
  • 18. Chemical Structure Drawing Mobile Molecular Datasheet
  • 19. Structure Drawing as an entry point  Drawing structures “for the sake of”?  Structure entry as an entry point to:  Calculations (formula, mass)  Predictions (local or server-based)  Systematic name generation, logP, pKa, NMR prediction, etc.  Database lookup  On device dictionaries (because space doesn’t matter!)  Internet-hosted databases (because the latest content does matter)
  • 20. Chemical Structure Drawing Molpad on Android
  • 21. Structure Database Lookup
  • 22. Structure Database Lookup
  • 23. Structure Database Lookup
  • 24. Structure Database Lookup
  • 25. Structure Database Lookup
  • 26. General Reactions (iPhone App)
  • 27. Reactions
  • 28. Reaction Database Look-up
  • 29. Reaction Database Look-up
  • 30. Large Molecules? (iPhone App)
  • 31. Future: Predictions  Short term : most innovations will quickly commoditize and there will be 1-2 top applications  Cloud-based “paper management” will expand (Papers, Mendeley, etc.)  Mid-term : iPad will popularize tablet usage – applications optimized to the dimensions  Online algorithms will serve up APIs for prediction  Online databases will popularize through “services” more than applications  ChemSpider, PubChem, Pubmed
  • 32. Mobile Chemistry Article http://tinyurl.com/294b6lb
  • 33. Thank you antony.williams@chemspider.com Twitter: ChemSpiderman www.chemspider.com/blog SLIDES: www.slideshare.net/AntonyWilliams

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