okay, this is the moment you really need 3D models... but pretty sure I got it correct now... right, the monomer, left the matching polymer. Notice how the CIP stereo annotations are different. This is how R,S annotation works.

I made a draft flow chart of how to comply with funder open data pilots and mandates; "Will the data
have an open license?" github.com/egonw/open-data/blo

I read a comment the other day, suggesting the does not exist: "earth has never been greener"

Me thinks back... mmm....

updated preprint "A Systems Biology Workflow to Support the Diagnosis of Inherited Metabolic Disorders: a study on Pyrimidine and Urea Cycle disorders" by @SMaLLCaT4Sci@twitter.com et al.

Exciting work by our PhD candidate on how biological network approaches may be used in the clinic

photo when @larsgw and I were in London and I gave a presentation in the wonderful library of the @RoySocChem

I have been updating the overview of JRCNM literature, with 5 new 2022 articles and 1 new material: nanocommons.github.io/specific

Oh, and a section of RSS feeds

nice, a 19th paper has reached 100 citations :) (on Google Scholar) I wish all journal used typed citations so that I could easily see why the chemical information ontology article (journals.plos.org/plosone/arti) is cited and how the CHEMINF is being used ... I'm hopeful they will :)

I promised to bump the Bacting minor version which each published article citing Bacting. Actually, I forgot to do this. The "CAS Common Chemistry in 2021" paper (pubs.acs.org/doi/full/10.1021/) was actually the first journal article where Bacting is used

the EU NanoSafety Cluster Newsletter is out (doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7043434) with a contribution from one of my colleagues about her new European Registry of Materials paper (doi.org/10.1186/s13321-022-006)

I have been helping @larsgw with a biology project, indexing some books he's interested in. This involves listing which species are mentioned in this book. My first PR was just accepted! Result: purl.org//identification-resou

ported (a good part of) the "Writing CDK Applications" chapters from the printed "Groovy Cheminformatics with the CDK" book egonw.github.io/cdkbook/writin

Google, this is not cool. I think it's nice, but should have been rolled out together with a dedicated (optional) field to list the @ORCID_Org@twitter.com identifier

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