January 27, 2009 Leave a comment
To quote from the website:
“Semantic Universe and Cerebra today announced the launch of the “Semantic Universe Network”, a vibrant educational and networking hub for the global semantic technology marketplace. Semantic Universe Network will be the educational and information resource for the people and companies within the high-growth semantics sector, covering the latest news, opinions, events, announcements, products, solutions, promotions and research in the industry.”
As part of the re-launch, both Lezan Hawizy and I have written two short contributions reviewing the state of Semantic Chemistry and showcasing our work on how semantification of chemistry can happen. The contributions were intended to be short “how to..s” and as such are written in a somewhat chatty style. Here are the links:
Feedback is welcome.