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This webinar will focus on how a solution, such as Reaxys, efficiently retrieves the most relevant chemical information, and what makes it uniquely valuable for Chemistry research. We will hear from a UK Researcher on how they develop their workflow from accessing comprehensive bibliographic record sets to the effective and efficient retrieval of compounds, reactions and chemical properties. The researcher will share their experience and show how to accelerate the research workflow from idea generation to execution of experiments in the lab, through to publication.
Recent improvements and new developments in Reaxys support scientists on the shortest path to answers. As an example, the patent content expansion, means it now covers patent literature from 105 patent offices, and 170 IPC classes, including the 12 major global patent offices.
Dr Giulia Moncelsi, Customer Consultant for Life Sciences at Elsevier, will introduce a new and improved Synthesis Planner interface, as well as the new Reaxys Predictive Retrosynthesis, a powerful tool that will save researchers time and effort by combining AI/ML technologies with Reaxys reliable and organised data.
Chemistry students need to understand the breadth of synthetic literature and the importance of good information management. If they get the skills to use research solutions early in their careers, it helps them be successful later on.
Who should attend
The primary audience for this webinar is:
• Chemistry students (MSc., postgraduates, PhD)
• Postdoctoral researchers
What we cover
In this session, the following will be covered:
• A UK researcher presenting relevant results from their chemistry research and how they can build from what is already known in patent and journal literature by sourcing the data;
• Show how to accelerate the research workflow, from idea generation to execution of experiments in the lab, all the way to publication.
Following the online webinar, you will better understand (how to):
• Quickly review current and past searches for quicker comparison of results;
• Easily navigate examples and conditions drawn from Reaxys’ vast database;
• Export selected results in formats suitable for every workflow;
• Easily compare predicted and published reactions for synthesis plans;
• The researcher experience on how they use Reaxys in every step of a typical workflow;
• Why certain experiments or synthetic methods fail at the early/late stages of any research project.