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Matthew McBride, an undergraduate chemistry major at Drexel University working in the Bradley Laboratory, was awarded the November 2012 Open Notebook Science Challenge Award sponsored by the Royal Society of Chemistry.  ChemSpider founder Antony Williams...
I recently presented a 15 minute summary of the current research in my lab on September 29, 2011 at the Drexel University Department of Chemistry Faculty Mini-Symposium. The main project discussed was the Open Melting Point Collection done in collaboration...
One of my former Ph. D. students, Patrick Ndungu (now at University of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa) will be speaking at Drexel University on Friday August 19, 2011 at 12:30 in Disque 109. Some Interesting Perspectives on the Integration of Nanomaterials with...

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The contribution of Alfa Aesar melting point data to our open collection has facilitated the validation of a significant amount of the entire dataset. However, this process of curation is never-ending. A good example is the discovery of an error in one of the...
In the spirit of contributing to Peter Murray-Rust's initiative to collect Green Chemistry information, Andrew Lang and I have added a green solvent metric for 28 of the 72 solvents we include in our Solvent Selector service. The scale represents the combined...
The ONS Solubility Challenge and the Reaction Attempts project have now been integrated with code written by Andrew Lang to the point that recommendations for solvents are just a click away. First use the Reaction Attempts Explorer either using the drop-down...

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The first half year of the ToxBank EU FP7 project (co-founded by Colipa; I think I am legally required to mention them, and I am happy to do so either case) I am working on (50%) has giving me mixed feelings. ToxBank has a great team of people (and great...
You must read this previous post first. Now, it is important to realize there are standards at many levels. Open specifications allow people to implement the specification without having to pay fees, run into patents, etc. To me, an Open Specification is something...