CAS adheres to the tenet of science and innovation

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Adhering to the purpose of science and innovation

Columbus, Ohio (August XX, 2016) - the American Chemical Abstracts Service (hereinafter referred to as "CAS"), a branch of the American Chemical Society, released the list of "future leaders of SciFinder chemistry" in 2016. The market competition environment needs to be regulated urgently. The 16 year SciFinder chemical future leader award event will be held in Columbus, Ohio, from August 15 to 20. CAS provides these doctoral students and postdoctoral researchers from all over the world with the opportunity to cooperate with CAS scientists, innovators and enterprise leaders:

communicate and create contacts with scientists from all over the world, Expand their professional network

strengthen SciFinder's proficiency and professional skills to help improve their career development

improve their knowledge and expertise by exchanging ideas on current and future research solutions

gain a new perspective and broaden their understanding of science and technology enterprises by visiting the innovation and technology center

after the event in Columbus, Participants will travel to Philadelphia to attend the 252nd American Chemical Society International Symposium and exhibition. The conference provides a platform for proposing, publishing, discussing and displaying the most exciting research findings and technologies in chemistry and related disciplines. This year, SciFinder's future chemical leaders will also have a rare opportunity to participate in the "World Library and information conference" (IFLA) organized by the International Federation of Library Associations. The biennial gathering will be held in Columbus in August this year for International Library and information professionals

Ms. Christine McCue, vice president of marketing, chemical abstracts, said: "After his first visit to Columbus, SciFinder chemical leaders have been sharing knowledge with CAS and other people in the scientific community with great enthusiasm. We are glad to see that under the line path of a certain cross-sectional area, each team of CAS can communicate with and learn from many talented researchers and previous winners. As part of this project, they have been working with CAS for many years We share their insights. This will help promote innovation to better serve the next generation of scientists. In 2016, SciFinder's future chemical leaders brought diversity and scientific expertise, which will inspire us to continue our efforts to better serve more groups of scientists in the long term. "

"2016 SciFinder chemical future leader award" aims to recognize the winners' outstanding academic achievements and scientific value of research. The list of winners includes:

St? Phanie Antunes, University of Bordeaux, France

Juan C. Aponte Santini, University of Puerto Rico

Luke Baldwin, Ohio State University

Vincent blay Roger, University of Valencia and ingenio Institute (upv-csic)

yearin Byun, Korea Advanced Institute of technology

Chen Cheng, University of California Berkeley

wilian cortopassi, University of Oxford

Emma Durham, University of Cambridge, UK

Klement foo, Singapore experimental medical center (a * star)

Luke Gamon, University of Melbourne, Australia

Robert J. Gilliard, Jr., Case Western Reserve University, USA

Johan Ren? Gonz? Lez Moya, Nanotechnology Laboratory of Brazil

suzanne Maria jansze, Federal Institute of technology of Lausanne, Switzerland

limujun, Tsinghua University and National Institutes of health in Taiwan, China

liuzhenxing, Peking University of China

melanie Lui, University of Alberta in Canada

rina Mogaki, University of Tokyo in Japan

t. p to evaluate the persistence of adhesive tape. Patrick Montgomery, California Institute of technology

kyra Murrell, Pennsylvania State University

Nirmal S. Punjabi, Indian Institute of technology

Marc Reid, University of Edinburgh

Johannes richers, University of science and technology Munich

Chris stavaas, University of Bergen, Norway

Takumi Yoshida, University of Tokyo, Japan

Joseph zadrozny, Northwestern University

Zou Tao, University of Hong Kong, China

for more information about SciFinder's future chemical leaders project, please visit:

about the American Chemical Abstracts Service

the American Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) is a branch of the American Chemical Society (ACS) and an authoritative organization providing chemical information and solutions all over the world. Adhering to the American Chemical Society's vision of "improving people's lives through the power of Chemistry", the professional scientist team of American Chemical Abstracts is committed to discovering, collecting and managing all public chemical substance information, creating the most valuable collection of content that is crucial to innovation in the world. Researchers and patent professionals around the world rely on the research solutions provided by the American Chemical Abstracts Service to realize their scientific research findings and complete the workflow

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