Dotmatics Limited Collaborates with RSC ChemSpider

Dotmatics Limited is pleased to announce that it will provide its web-based structure drawing tool, Elemental, to ChemSpider. Elemental provides a zero install drawing tool that lets users draw simple chemical structures or complex structure queries directly within a webpage.

Antony Williams, Vice President of Strategic Development for ChemSpider comments

“Elemental offers ease of deployment and flexibility in structure drawing to our community of users and we are happy to embrace this web-based structure drawing platform as an entry point to the rich resources of ChemSpider.”

Dr Mike Hartshorn, Director and CSO of Dotmatics, said

“We are delighted to be working with such a well-known chemistry resource as ChemSpider. The new tools will allow simple access to the wide range of structures and related information that is maintained by ChemSpider and the RSC”.

About Dotmatics
Dotmatics Limited ( is a leading provider of web-based database integration and visualisation tools for use within the life sciences industry.

About the Royal Society of Chemistry
The Royal Society of Chemistry is the UK Professional Body for chemical scientists and an international Learned Society for the chemical sciences with more than 47,500 members worldwide. It is a major international publisher of chemical information, supports the teaching of chemical sciences at all levels and is a leader in bringing science to the public.

About ChemSpider
ChemSpider offers a structure-centric community for chemists to resource data.  Offering access to over 25 million unique chemical entities from over 400 data sources and by providing a platform for crowd-sourced deposition, annotation, and curation, it is the richest source of free integrated chemistry information available online.  ChemSpider delivers data and services to enable the semantic web for chemistry.

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