Chemical Information Bulletin, Volume 43, Number 1, Spring 1991 Page: 2
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WELCOME NEW MEMBERS
L. Campanella M.W. Chase
The following sessions are being organized by
SIG/BC for 1991:
Mid-Year Meeting, April 26-29, 1991, Santa
Chemical Information in a Multimedia Environment
Multimedia Geographic Informaiton in Support
Annual Meeting, October 27-31, 1991, Washington,
Understanding Interdisciplinary Research in the
Libraries as Publishers
Student Travel Awards:
$400 to a student ASIS member with an interest
in biological information (funded by BIOSIS).
$500-1000 to a student ASIS member with an
interest in chemical information (funded by
SIG/BC Officers for 1991
Loren D. Mendelsohn,
Wayne State University
Univ. of Illinois
FS INFO NW
James W. Carter,
National Cancer Inst.
Judith E. Watson,
Chemical Abstracts Service
Dr. W. Todd Wipke, Professor of Chemistry at the
University of California at Santa Cruz, has been
named to receive the 1991 Herman Skolnik Award
of the Division of Chemical Information of the
American Chemical Society (ACS). The award was
established in 1976 at the ACS Centennial Meeting
in New York to recognize outstanding contributions
to and achievements in the theory and practice
of chemical information science, and was
named for its first recipient. The award will be
presented to Dr. Wipke at the 202nd ACS National
Meeting in New York, NY on Tuesday August 27,
1991. A special symposium in Dr. Wipke's honor
will also be held at that time.
Dr. Wipke has been a pioneer in the development
of methods for representing and manipulating
chemical information. His work in computer-assisted
design of organic synthesis showed that
chemists could directly communicate with computers
graphically in the natural language of the
chemist, the structure diagram. He was the first
to focus on the chemist's need for simple interfaces,
smart systems, and system accountability.
His approach became the foundation of several
new systems, which have become the standards
of the industry. Dr. Wipke has also developed
methods for molecular modeling and conformational
analysis, and was instrumental in starting a
new journal in the area of computational chemistry.
This journal was the first that was available
completely in computer-readable form. He cofounded
Molecular Design Limited and was a developer
of MACCS and REACCS, the first commercial
chemical structure retrieval systems that could
be used directly by bench chemists.
For further information contact:
Aspen Systems Corporation
1600 Research Boulevard, MS 1B
Rockville, MD 20850
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
DIVISION OF CHEMICAL INFORMATION OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
The nominating committee is seeking nominations
for the following positions:
* Chairman-elect (1992)
* Secretary (1992-1993)
* Councilor (1992-1994)
Please send your nominations by
April 1,1991 to:
Rohm and Haas Company
727 Norristown Road
SpringHouse, PA 19477
or call (215)641-7820
2 CHEMICAL INFORMATION BULLETIN
1991 Herman Skolnik Award
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