SciFinder® and ChemDraw® have united to empower scientists.
We've entered the homestretch of the countdown to ACS Dallas, the 247th American Chemical Society National Meeting and Exposition, which is to be held March 16-20 in Dallas, Texas. The PerkinElmer Informatics team is not only excited to attend, but also to present the latest product developments that we've been working on this year. Here's a preview of what you can expect to see and hear from PKI Informatics at ACS Dallas:
ChemDraw® + SciFinder®
Our Informatics team is thrilled to preview our integration of SciFinder® into ChemBioDraw Ultra®, which we've been developing in collaboration with Chemical Abstracts Service, the provider of SciFinder. We'll be presenting the integration and demonstrating its capabilities in the ACS Village at 3:00pm on Monday, March 17, and 11:00AM on Tuesday, March 18. Attend a session to see how you can get answers sooner and increase your productivity now that our scientific drawing program has united with the world's largest database of scientific and chemical information.
ChemDraw for iPad®
Our ChemDraw for iPad® app has been a big hit, earning an honorable mention from The Scientist magazine for the Top Ten Innovations of 2013. Join Dr. Layne Morsch of the University of Illinois Springfield on Tuesday, March 18, at 8:55am in the Hyatt Regency Dallas Reunion Ballroom G to learn how ChemDraw is fostering increased engagement in organic chemistry education.
Collaborating in the cloud
Register to preview the next big thing in science on Monday, March 17, from 12:30-3:00pm in the Dallas Convention Center, room D220, when our team will demonstrate how simplicity and cloud technology will redefine electronic laboratory notebooks with the launch of our new collaborative science platform. Or attend a 5:00pm session on Tuesday, March 18, in the Omni Dallas Hotel, Deep Ellum A, to hear directly from one of our beta users.
Why Spotfire® Matters
Come see why the TIBCO Spotfire® data visualization and analysis platform (example pictured above) "matters" in rheology, nanoscience, and renewable resources research. If you have ever struggled to uncover trends and patterns from a sea of data, we will show you how to unlock insights through the power of visualization software. Hear Dr. Josh Bishop speak on Monday, March 17, at 2:15pm in Omni Dallas Hotel, Deep Ellum A, on optimizing catalyst development by using Spotfire to mine ELN-based structured test results and chemical property data.
Visit us throughout ACS Dallas in booth #1508 to learn more about any of these products and to meet our team. We are looking forward to seeing you in Dallas!