The Royal Society of Chemistry publishes many thousands of articles per year, the majority of these containing rich chemistry data that, in general, in limited in its value when isolated only to the HTML or PDF form of the articles commonly consumed by readers. RSC also has an archive of over 300,000 articles containing rich chemistry data especially in the form of chemicals, reactions, property data and analytical spectra. RSC is developing a platform integrating these various forms of chemistry data. The data will be aggregated both during the manuscript deposition process as well as the result of text-mining and extraction of data from across the RSC archive. This presentation will report on the development of the platform including our success in extracting compounds, reactions and spectral data from articles. We will also discuss our developing process for handling data at manuscript deposition and the integration and support of eLab Notebooks (ELNS) in terms of facilitating data deposition and sourcing data. Each of these processes is intended to ensure long-term access to research data with the intention of facilitating improved discovery.