Join PerkinElmer at #ACS249 Denver and celebrate 30 years of ChemDraw®

                

We're gearing up for the 249th American Chemical Society (ACS) Meeting on March 22-26 in Denver, Colorado. This year marks the 30th anniversary of ChemDraw, the world’s leading chemical drawing tool.  Come by our booth #1106 and to our talk to learn about the latest tools for chemists.

At ACS249 we will be hosting these activities:

Talk: Mining Electronic Lab Notebooks for Synthetic Gems

Date & Time: Sunday, March 22, 2015 | 11:20 AM - 11:45 AM

Place: Room 110 - Colorado Convention Center

Presenter: Joshua A. Bishop, PhD., Product Manager, Cheminformatics. This talk is about optimizing reaction conditions by using E-Notebook-based screening tools, followed by queries of results with Datalytix® and Lead Discovery, powered by TIBCO Spotfire.

Solution Showcase and Networking Opportunities

Come visit PerkinElmer at booth #1106 and learn more the latest version of ChemDraw (now with access to SciFinder), as well as other mobile, visualization, and electronic tools for chemists. See below.

ChemDraw® + SciFinder®

ChemDraw is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year!  Learn how much the #1 drawing tool for chemists has evolved -- from a desktop product in 1985 to now being embedded in our cloud-based collaboration platform Elements, within our E-Notebook, within the visual analytics platform Spotfire (Lead Discovery , powered by TIBCO Spotfire),  and as a mobile product on the iPad.  Learn about ChemDraw’s “flick-to-share” technology to facilitate easy drawing of structures anywhere and how to utilize mobile technology in the classroom. See how chemists now have access to SciFinder within ChemDraw, providing easy access to searching.


Collaborating in the Cloud - Elements

Preview Elements - our cloud-based electronic lab notebook.  Join us as we demonstrate how to capture experiments, write out chemical reactions, upload images, organize data and share research with colleagues. Check out a preview video here. 


PerkinElmer E-Notebook

See how our E-Notebook has helped chemists and biologists, across multiple industries.  Learn how to quickly record experiments, draw out chemical reactions with ChemDraw, upload documents, integrate with Microsoft Office, protect intellectual property, organize data, and share research with colleagues.

Lead Discovery, Powered by TIBCO Spotfire®

Come learn how Lead Discovery, powered by TIBCO Spotfire® helps chemists visualize complex chemical data. Learn about chemical structure viewing and filtering, R-group decomposition, clustering by chemical structure, chemical property calculators, substructure searching, and auto detection of structure formats on import. See Figure 1 below.



Figure 1- This depicts chemical structure viewing using ChemDraw files and filtering using trusted similarity and substructure algorithms. You can align all structures in a dataset to a chosen scaffold or tag data based on chemical attributes. 


Comments (1) -

  • Arun

    5/14/2015 6:27:23 AM |

    Very Nice Blog and ChemDraw + SciFinder Nice explanation

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