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From: john blackmore <johnb@INFONOL.DEMON.CO.UK>
Subject: 97.10.16  RSC CIG/CSA Autumn Meeting - Chemical structures and networking
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This is the first announcement of a Joint Royal Society of Chemistry
Chemical Information Group (RSC CIG) and the Chemical Structure Association
(CSA) meeting

The all-day meeting entitled:

Chemical structures and networking - an overview of recent developments and
trends

is to be held on Thursday, October 16th 1997, Burlington House, Piccadilly,
London.

Rapid development continues in the application of increasingly
sophisticated computer technology, both hardware and software, to the
location, retrieval, registration, manipulation and exploitation of
chemical structure and related data. These developments are helping users
cope with the new demands arising from the continuing growth in the volumes
and complexity of data, especially from such techniques as combinatorial
chemistry and high-throughput screening. All of this is taking place
alongside the continuing growth in the use of Internet/Intranet technology.
Most of the new developments allow the use of a browser interface, and many
of them are accessible via the Internet.

This meeting will review recent developments and trends in the availability
of  tools for manipulating chemical structure and related data. Key
presentations will provide overviews which will be supplemented by
presentations and demonstrations from major systems suppliers.

After the presentations, there will be a (free) wine and cheese reception,
which will provide a further opportunity to network and to view the various
demonstrations.

This one-day meeting presents a highly cost-effective way of keeping up to
date with this fast-moving field. The cost is 20 to members of the RSC CIG
or CSA and 25 to non-members. The number of attendees will be be limited
to 50, so early booking is advisable.

Further details and registration forms are available from:


Doug Veal
Doverton Ltd
46 The Knoll
Hayes
Bromley
Kent
BR2 7DHP

Phone/fax 0181-325-7608
e-mail: doverton@compuserve.com

announcement posted by
john blackmore, RSC CIG
johnb@infonol.demon.co.uk

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