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All About Chemistry

SV Eswaran | Hindustan Times | January 10, 2012

This has also led to the emergence of computer-aided drug design as an attractive career option. The laudable initiative of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research in launching the Open Source Drug Discovery (OSDD) encourages students and faculty anywhere in the country and abroad to register, log in to the website and participate in the discovery of new drugs. In this programme, the innovator helps in generating new drugs to be made available to the common man at a reasonable price.

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Molecular Craigslist

mattoddchem | Intermolecular | April 19, 2012

I think we need an eBay for molecules. Or maybe a Craigslist. Read More »

Nobel Laureates’ Publications Made Open Access In SPIE Digital Library

Press Release | SPIE | October 10, 2014

Nobel Prizes announced this week in Physics and Chemistry demonstrate photonics as a “powerful, enabling technology that drives innovation and discovery and stimulates new fields,” noted leaders of SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics. The society is making research papers by the six recipients published in the SPIE Digital Library freely accessible through the end of 2014...

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Science, Society And Risk In The Anthropocene

Nutan Maurya | Economic & Political Weekly | October 11, 2014

The culture of too much hygiene in rapid, unplanned urbanising society with poor infrastructure exposes urban spaces to a particular risk brought about by unchecked use of technology. This article looks at the indiscriminate use of antibiotics and antibacterial consumer products, which form the aetiology for the emergence of new strains of antibiotic resistant bacteria (superbugs) in urban space, especially in waterbodies...

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Unlocking Chemistry: It's Time To Make The Subject As Open As Bioscience

Peter Murray-Rust | The Guardian | January 6, 2014

Now that millions of patented compounds are open information, chemistry has a chance to catch up, says Peter Murray-Rust Read More »