The Royal Society of Chemistry is building a Global Chemistry Network which will connect chemical resources and chemists across the globe in a single scientific information network dynamically updated in real time. We have been working on a number of the foundation technologies for a number of years including a structure database containing almost 30 million chemicals, a micropublishing environment, a platform for the validation and standardization of chemical structure representations and a text-mining and semantic markup platform for data enabling our published articles. Our goal is to provide seamless tools for researchers, librarians, publishers, informational technology specialists and government agencies to facilitate scientific research by providing a free flow of information. This talk will review our work to date to provide a chemistry data platform for the community and will highlight some of the challenges we face as we expand the architecture for our Global Chemistry Network platform.
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