ChemSpider webinars – helping you embrace digital chemistry data with expert insights

How can you learn about chemistry data trends and best practices happening right now? Elevate your knowledge for future success with leading experts in our three-part webinar series.

The webinar series will focus on how data is enabling research – the current challenges and examples and how a better future can be created using chemistry data. It will showcase current and planned initiatives to develop standards and tools, research infrastructures, and developing cultures to support Findable Accessible Interoperable Reusable (FAIR) chemistry data preparation, publication and reuse.

Elevate your data practices  

Created as a free, three-part series for chemical scientists working with data, learn more about chemistry data today, what the future holds, and the current challenges and opportunities of digital chemistry data. Make the most of this opportunity to discover insights from the experts in the field – register for all three webinars.

Webinar 3: Challenges and opportunities

7 December 2023. Register now to watch the recording  


Sonja Herres Pawlis
“How to initiate the cultural change towards digital chemistry” SLIDES
Sonja Herres-Pawlis
Chair of Bioinorganic Chemistry, RWTH Aachen

Samantha Kanza
“How can we combat heterogeneous, unfair and disparate data in digital chemistry?” SLIDES
Samantha Kanza
Senior Enterprise Fellow, University of Southampton
Pathfinder Lead, Physical Sciences Data Infrastructure (PSDI)

Guy Jones

“How data journals can support (chemistry) data sharing and discovery” SLIDES
Guy Jones
Chief Editor of Scientific Data, Springer Nature

Webinar 1: Where are we with digital chemistry data?

Held on 17 October 2023 – recording available on-demand. Register now to watch the recording


Leah McEwen
“Wanted – standard notation for reusable chemistry data” SLIDES
Leah McEwen
Chemistry Librarian, Cornell University

Kevin Jablonka
Kevin Jablonka
Research Group Leader, University of Jena

Pierre Morieux

Pierre Morieux
Chemistry Product Marketing Manager, Revvity Signals

Webinar 2: What does the future hold?

Held on 17 November 2023 – recording available on-demand. Register now to watch the recording  


Lynn Kamerlin
“Data explosion in chemistry: what are we going to do with all the data, and what will it do to us?” SLIDES
Lynn Kamerlin
Professor and Georgia Research Alliance Vasser Woolley Chair in Molecular Design, Georgia Tech

“Will an AI win a chemistry Nobel Prize and replace us?” SLIDES
Simon Coles
Professor of Structural Chemistry, University of Southampton

Anna Rulka
“Data sharing at the RSC” SLIDES
May Copsey
Executive Editor, Chemical Science, RSC
Anna Rulka
Executive Editor, Digital Discovery, RSC

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