Chemical Abstracts Services (CAS) will be on-site at the 241st ACS National Meeting & Exposition to provide previews of two groundbreaking enhancements to its award-winning SciFinder research platform:
SciFinder Mobile: The industry’s first mobile interface to provide anytime access to information on chemical substances, reactions, research and patent literature, and research alerts. SciFinder Mobile will launch on April 4.
SciPlanner: An industry-leading interactive workspace that enables synthetic chemists to plan their work and organize search results, saving time and effort before heading into the lab. SciPlanner will be introduced in SciFinder on April 18.
SciFinder provides chemists and other researchers with access to millions of peer-reviewed research articles, patents, dissertations, and other research literature, as well as the most comprehensive, timely information on chemical substances, reactions, properties, and experimental procedures. SciFinder Mobile and SciPlanner will advance SciFinder’s position as the industry’s premier tool for scientific research and will help SciFinder users work faster, efficiently, and more effectively from anywhere in the world, saving time and money during the R&D process.
Members of the media are invited to visit the CAS booth for a demonstration of SciFinder Mobile and SciPlanner from Christine McCue, Vice President of Marketing for CAS. McCue will discuss how CAS’ expertly indexed databases give researchers confidence in the quality of their work and how SciFinder brings speed and accuracy to research.
Anaheim Convention Center
800 West Katella Avenue
Anaheim, CA 92802
To schedule a private briefing with Christine McCue, contact Kailyn Longoria: 614-383-1633, Kailyn.Longoria@fahlgren.com.
Christine McCue has been with CAS since 1988, assuming her current role as vice president of Marketing in 2007. McCue began her career at CAS in the Editorial Operations division and has held a variety of positions in Marketing, most recently as director, Product Marketing. Ms. McCue holds a bachelor’s degree in chemistry and a master of business administration, both from Capital University in Columbus, Ohio.
Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), a division of the American Chemical Society, is the world’s authority for chemical information. Our secure databases are curated and quality-controlled by CAS scientists and are recognized by chemical and pharmaceutical companies, universities, government organizations, and patent offices around the world as authoritative and comprehensive. By combining these databases with advanced retrieval and analysis technologies (in products and services such as SciFinder®, STN®, and Science IP®), CAS delivers the most current, complete, and cross-linked digital information environment for scientific research.