If you are currently using the classic version of SciFinder, it is time to start using SciFinder-n. Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) will discontinue the “classic” SciFinder interface on Dec. 31, 2022. SciFinder-n, will be the only SciFinder platform moving forward. If you are already using SciFinder-n, you do not need to do anything. Your SciFinderContinue reading “SciFinder Classic is Retiring”
SciFinder-n is the new interface for SciFinder, a searchable collection of chemical reactions, substances, and scientific literature used in chemistry, medicine, and related fields. SciFinder-n is mobile-friendly, offers more filter options compared to SciFinder, and includes an “All Search” function similar to Google. PatentPak, MethodsNow, and Retrosynthesis Plan are new tools that are available onlyContinue reading “SciFinder-n Training”
SciFinder’s database of regulated chemicals has been updated with more than 42,000 registered substances from the 2013 Inventory of Existing Chemical Substances in China (IECSC). The addition of this national inventory brings the number of regulated substances in SciFinder to more than 300,000. To learn more, visit http://www.cas.org/news/media-releases/inventory-existing-chemical-substances.
SciFinder released an update last month that changed their interface and provided some new options and features. To learn more, check out this quick, interactive tour of the new design. If you already have a SciFinder account, you can login here. If you do not have a SciFinder account, please register here. If you haveContinue reading “SciFinder Updates”
The chemistry research database, SciFinder, has been updated with new features “to help scientists increase their productivity.” To learn more about this update, please visit http://www.cas.org/products/scifinder/whats-new-in-scifinder.