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Learn to use ACD/I-Lab chemistry tools

The National Chemical Database Service recently held two webinars about the functionality of ACD/I-Lab, one of the resources available free to all UK academics via the NCDS.

These videos are now available to watch on our YouTube channel:

Webinar 1: NMR Predictions and drawing tools

Webinar 2: PhysChem, ADME and Tox prediction, and Name generation

Thanks to Dimitris Argyropoulos for hosting these and explaining the capabilities of ACD/I-Lab.

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New NCDS Introductory Video

We’ve put together a new video to introduce the National Chemical Database Service – take a look and let us know what you think!

NCDS Introduction

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Chemical Database Service events around the UK – 2013

The Chemical Database Service team will be visiting universities around the UK during the remainder of 2013, as part of the RSC UK Roadshows 2013.

Do come and talk to us at the events, where we will be able to demonstrate the resources available and answer any questions you may have.

Manchester Metropolitan University
2 October Register
University of Edinburgh 28 October Register
University of Oxford 28 October Register
University of Leeds
14 November Register
University of Southampton 28 November
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Chemicalize Webinar

Thank you to Andras Stracz from ChemAxon Ltd. for presenting a webinar discussing the possibilities of Chemicalize .

Chemicalize is a public web resource developed by ChemAxon which uses name to structure parsing to identify chemical structures on webpages and other text. Chemicalize can be accessed via the Chemical Database Service

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SPRESIweb webinar

Many thanks to Valentina Eigner-Pitto from InfoChem for an excellent webinar running through the capabilities of SPRESIweb.

SPRESIweb is a structure and reaction database for organic chemists. The user can search 5.52 million molecules and 4.26 million reactions, extracted from 675,000 references and 164,000 patents covering the years 1974 – 2011.

The next CDS summer webinar, “Overview of Chemicalize from ChemAxon” will be held on the 13th August at 4pm BST. Register here.

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ACD/Labs I-Lab Webinar and Tutorials

Many thanks to Richard Lee of ACD/Labs for giving an informative webinar on ACD/Labs I-Lab.

Three additional ACD/Labs I-Lab tutorials covering NMR Spectra Prediction and Databases, Names from Structures and Physicochemical Property Prediction can also be found on the CDS YouTube Channel.

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Summer Webinars – ACD/I-Labs, SPRESIweb and Chemicalize

A series of free webinars over the summer will provide an overview of the various resources served up via the National Chemical Database Service. Please watch / register for the webinars by clicking on the links below.

ACD/I-Labs Predictive tool for physchem, ADME and toxicity 9th July 2013 16:00 (UK) Watch
SPRESIweb Online chemical structure and reaction database 30th July 2013 12:00 (UK) Watch
Chemicalize Structure-based predictions of structures in webpage text 13th August 2013 16:00 (UK) Watch

The webinars will be followed by an opportunity to give feeedback and ask questions. All webinars will be made freely available after the event.

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Rescheduled: ACD/Labs Webinar to Present Overview of I-Lab Technology – Tues 2nd July, 4pm

This is the first of a series of webinars to provide an overview of the various systems and databases served up via the National Chemical Database Service. We will initiate this series with an overview of Advanced Chemistry Development’s I-Lab solution. I-Lab provides access to a series of prediction modules (NMR, PhysChem properties, Nomenclature generation etc.) as well as a number of structure searchable databases for NMR, physchem properties, toxicity properties etc.

The webinar will be at 4pm UK time on Tuesday 2nd July 2013, and will be recorded and made available later for those who register for the webinar

You must register for the webinar. Please register using the link below, and you will receive the connection details by return.

Register here

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ACD/Labs Webinar to Present Overview of Ilab Technology

We are going to be starting a series of webinars to provide an overview of the various systems and databases that are being served up via the National Chemical Database Service. We will initiate this series with an overview of Advanced Chemistry Development’s Ilab solution. Ilab provides access to a series of prediction modules (NMR, PhysChem properties, Nomenclature generation etc.) as well as a number of structure searchable databases for NMR, physchem properties, toxicity properties etc. For a basic overview of the capabilities please visit the description of the service here.

The presentation will be at 2pm UK time on Wednesday May 1st and will be held using WebEx technology. The presentation will be recorded and made available later also so if you cannot attend you will still be able to review.

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Meeting information
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Topic: CDS Ilab Webinar
Date: Wednesday, 1 May 2013
Time: 2:00, GMT Summer Time (London, GMT+01:00)
Meeting Number: 700 455 697
Meeting Password: (This meeting does not require a password.)

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To  join the online meeting
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Go to https://chemistry.webex.com/chemistry/j.php?ED=252937852&UID=484335347&RT=MTgjMjE%3D

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Audio conference information
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To receive a call back, provide your phone number when you join the meeting, or call the number below and enter the access code.
Call-in toll-free number (UK): 0800-051-3810
Call-in toll number (UK): +44-203-478-5289
Global call-in numbers: https://chemistry.webex.com/chemistry/globalcallin.php?serviceType=MC&ED=252937852&tollFree=1
Toll-free dialing restrictions: http://www.webex.com/pdf/tollfree_restrictions.pdf

Access code:700 455 697

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Accessing the Inorganic Crystal Structure Database through the Chemical Database Service

The Inorganic Crystal Structure Database (ICSD) will be available initially via the Chemical Database Service by providing access via the web-based interface to ICSD. This is a start point for our support of crystallographic data that will be enhanced with additional development during the lifetime of the project.

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