Richard Kidd

We’re very proud that ChemSpider is one of the shortlisted finalists for the ALPSP 2010 Publishing Innovation award – the other finalists are Mastervision from DataSalon, Semantic Biochemical Journal from Portland Press, and UniPHY from the American Institute of Physics. The winners will be announced on 9 September at the ALPSP International Conference, so good luck to all, fingers crossed here and we’ll let you know the result.

First post for me on the ChemSpider blog, so a quick introduction. I’m Richard Kidd, and I manage the Informatics team at the RSC in Cambridge. We work on the technical enhancements of our publications (such as 2007 ALPSP Innovation award winner RSC Prospect) and we’re supporting the current and future ChemSpider developments alongside the original team – and this also includes support for ChemSpider users and depositors. We’re all here.

Stumble it!

2 Responses to “ChemSpider shortlisted…”

  1. Chris says:

    Great news and good luck!

  2. Robert Slinn says:

    Congratulations and good luck !

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