Category: CAS

diversity in the field of chemistry

February 8, 2017

Embracing Diversity to Drive Chemical Innovation

By Melanie Lui

Lights, colour, action! It was these three things that first drew me to chemistry. My fascination with glow-in-the-dark toys and firework displays as a child paved the way to an education in this field. I quickly learned that an understanding of molecules and bonding could impact many other streams of science. More recently, I learned […]

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Making the most of a PhD

December 19, 2016

Stepping Out of Your Comfort Zone: Making The Most of Your PhD

By Emma Durham

‘You have to be in it to win it’. This might be a clichéd phrase, but it’s one I’ve tried to live by since starting my PhD. Like a lot of inexperienced twenty-somethings, I have a phobia of ‘putting myself out there’. The thought of public speaking makes me break out in a nervous sweat. […]

the future of science communication

December 5, 2016

What Will Science Communication Look Like a Decade from Now?

By Suzanne Jansze

Most of us can remember a time when we wrote reports by hand or with a typewriter and when we had to go to the library to look something up in hardcopy books. I count myself fortunate that the personal computer came along relatively early in my education. The internet followed soon after, evolving from […]

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  • electronic lab notebooks
  • SciFinder

May 21, 2016

PatentPak, a CAS Solution, Streamlines Chemical Information Searches in Patents

By Ramona Joseph

PatentPak saves around half the time needed to find the important chemistry in patents CAS, a division of the American Chemical Society, now offers PatentPak, a new patent workflow solution. PatentPak is available in both SciFinder® and STN®, and can drastically reduce the time spent searching for chemical information in patents. Third-party research indicates that […]

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  • Chemical Information
  • PatentPak