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Visit us at the ACS Spring 2012 Conference & Exhibition in San Diego, CA

March 25-27, 2012
Booth #518
San Diego Convention Center

Join us in our own back yard at the annual ACS Spring 2012 Conference & Exhibition in San Diego, CA, March 25-27, 2012. Stop by booth #518 to meet with our product experts who will be showcasing the latest developments of:

Pipeline Pilot™: Accelrys' scientific informatics platform that aggregates and provides immediate access to volumes of disparate research data often locked in silos, automates the scientific analysis of that data and enables researchers to rapidly explore, visualize and report research results.

Materials Studio: A comprehensive materials modeling and simulation application designed for scientists in chemicals and materials research and development, as well as pharmaceuticals development.

Materials Studio Collection for Pipeline Pilot: Support research in polymers, catalysis, CPG, electronics and other market sectors using the Materials Studio Collection for Pipeline Pilot which combines the powerful modeling tools of Materials Studio with the automation and reporting tools of Pipeline Pilot.

Discovery Studio: A software suite of life science molecular design solutions for computational chemists and computational biologists. Discovery Studio makes it easier to examine the properties of large and small molecules, study systems, identify leads and optimize candidates.

NEW! Accelrys Accelrys Notebook: Available as both an on-premise and a multi-tenant, SaaS-based notebook solution, the Accelrys Notebook is an ideal option for academic institutions. Accelrys Notebook improves information sharing and re-use, data protection, process documentation, collaboration and productivity while also providing rapid, easy deployment and low cost of ownership.

Hear from our experts throughout the conference by attending the following presentations:

Representing and retrieving non specific structures
Author: Keith Taylor
Monday, March 26, 11:10 am
Room: 25C (Convention Center)

Biomolecular interactions from linear-scaling density functional theory calculations with thousands of atoms
Authors: Dr Chris-Kriton Skylaris, Mr Stephen Fox, Mr Chris Pittock, Professor Jonathan W. Essex, Dr Thomas Fox, Dr Christofer Tautermann, Dr Noj Malcolm
Monday, March 26th, 10:00 am
Room: 29B (Convention Center)

Applications of atomistic and multi-scale simulation methods for the prediction of chemical interactions on cellulose surfaces
Authors: Jason DeJoannis, Nick Reynolds
Monday, March 26, 2012 - 02:45 PM
Room: Grant Hall A/B (US Grant Hotel)

InChI names and keys: Do they add value to commercial software and databases?
Authors: Keith T Taylor, Carmen Nitsche
Wednesday, March 28, 9:30 am
Room: 27A (Convention Center)

Identification of catalytic molybdenum nanostructures on ZSM-5 for natural gas processing based on DFT calculations and operando molecular spectroscopy
Author: Jie Gao, Jih-Mirn Jehng, George B. Fitzgerald, Israel E. Wachs, Simon G. Podkolzin
Wendesday, March 28th, 9:30 am
Room: 28C (Convention Center)

Not yet registered?
Download a free Exhibit Only Pass
that will provide access to the exhibition hall, poster sessions and exhibitor workshops. (Use Code: SD506)

We look forward to seeing you in San Diego!

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