Category Archives: Mobile Chemistry

Web of Science Training

Web of Science now offers live training sessions to help you navigate the new user interface.  Useful to both new and long-time users, these training sessions cover topics ranging from basic searching to finding research from a particular organization to … Continue reading

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Green Chemistry Mobile App

A recent article in the new journal ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, the authors describe some mobile applications for green chemistry. The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) announced this week that they will be sponsoring two free apps: Green Solvents … Continue reading

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Mobile chemistry: navigating science apps

There are lots of science apps out there and the mobile chemist may have a hard time keeping up with all the information and finding the right app. These are good efforts of organizing the science apps world: – The … Continue reading

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Mobile Chemistry: Named Reactions Apps

Imagine that you are in a bus and that you feel the urgent need to learn about the Baeyer-Villiger oxidation, the Julia olefination, or the Favorskii rearrangement, or that you are at the airport trying to remember the mechanism of the Suzuki-Miyaura … Continue reading

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Mobile Chemistry: Science Mobile

Science Mobile is the app of Science. Basically, Science Mobile offers three different types of content: -  news from Science Now and the Science Insider blog. – articles from ScienceCareers. – table of contents of the last issues of Science, Science … Continue reading

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Mobile Chemistry: Nature.com Reader

Nature.com Reader is the app of Nature Publishing Group for browsing news and abstracts of articles from selected NPG journals. The journals available so far are: Nature, Nature Communications, Nature Medicine, Nature Reviews Genetics, Nature Reviews Microbiology, Nature Biotechnology, Nature Physics, … Continue reading

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Mobile Chemistry: ACS Mobile

Smartphones and, to a lesser extent, tablets are commonplace in today’s universities. For instance, just take a look at the UW usage statistics published in the Freshly mobile blog: the number of unique smart devices in the University of Washington increased from … Continue reading

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