What’s Eating Scientific Data? – Google Tech Talk on the Chemical Semantic Web
July 9, 2009 Leave a comment
Jim and I recently visited Google, where we were invited to give a tech talk about our research and the work that the PMR group in Cambridge is doing. It’s now online and you can watch it on YouTube here:
We are discussing the semantic toolstack as applied to chemistry and show how CML, RDF and ontologies can be used to bring chemical data into the 21st century. Jim also talks extensively about Lensfield – our system for the generation, management and publication of semantically rich linkeed data. A big thank you also to David Konerding for hosting us during the day and for the great discussions!
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Looking forward to your comments!