iChemLabs, the developer of the popular ChemDoodle chemical drawing program, and Royal Society of Chemistry’s ChemSpider, a leading provider of chemical services and data on the internet, are excited to announce a software agreement that will provide significant benefits to customers.
iChemLabs, a developer of chemical software for students and professionals, announces a strategic partnership with RSC ChemSpider. iChemLabs has integrated ChemDoodle with the ChemSpider database containing almost 25 million compounds to search for pre-drawn chemical structures through the innovative MolGrabber widget. ChemSpider is integrating ChemDoodle Web Components into their service to provide users with a next generation HTML5 experience.
Kevin Theisen, President of iChemLabs, states “ChemSpider is an excellent example of the creation of a popular and useful service by utilizing cutting-edge technology. By incorporating the HTML5 ChemDoodle Web Components, ChemSpider will take a further step towards creating the most advanced and futuristic chemical database on the web. Now that ChemDoodle Web Components are fully supported on iPhone OS and Android, our partners will be able to push rich media services to their customers across all browsers and mobile devices.”
Antony Williams, VP of Strategic Development for ChemSpider, adds “For many chemists ChemSpider has become their primary website to search for chemicals and related information, whether it be through a standard browser or via a mobile device. Our intention is to offer the best user experience possible and integrating to the HTML5-compliant ChemDoodle Web Components will afford users enhanced capabilities.”
ChemDoodle is available for download immediately. New users can request a free 30 day trial at http://www.chemdoodle.com. The free and open source ChemDoodle Web Components can be accessed at http://web.chemdoodle.com. ChemSpider is hosted at http://www.chemspider.com.
About iChemLabs, LLC.:
iChemLabs, LLC. is a scientific software company specializing in all forms of computational chemistry including NMR simulation, chemical visualization, and chemical informatics. iChemLabs provides expertise in desktop, mobile and web based technologies for both consulting and custom development. www.ichemlabs.com
About the Royal Society of Chemistry:
The RSC is the largest organisation in Europe for advancing the chemical sciences. Supported by a worldwide network of members and an international publishing business, our activities span education, conferences, science policy and the promotion of chemistry to the public. www.rsc.org
ChemSpider offers a structure centric community for chemists to resource data. Offering access to almost 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. www.chemspider.com
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