Monday, December 03, 2007

Web2O, Open Chemistry, and Chemblaics

Chemistry World December issue features a nice item on the future of data in chemistry: Surfing Web2O; Peter gave an excerpt, and Peter commented on it.

The article discusses many of the things that have been happening in the field of chemical data. It touches Jean-Claude's work on Open Notebook Science, and then moves to Peter's Open Data, mentions a number of other blogs and the Chemical blogspace. Via some video efforts, it ends up with Mitch' Chemmunity, which has the coolest Captcha I have seen so far:

It also cited Rich' blog item on 32 free chemical databases, Christoph's, Project Prospect, and CML which recently saw its the 7th research paper.

Of course, this is the arena of chemblaics, but unfortunately my blog is not cited (though my name mentioned). So, what is wrong with my blog??