PubChem Announcements



March 10, 2016
On March 13-17, 2016, the 251st American Chemical Society National Meeting will be held in San Diego, CA, the theme of which is "Computers in Chemistry". The PubChem team will be at the ACS meeting to present new developments and recent changes in PubChem. To learn more about this, please read the PubChem Blog.
January 19, 2016
A new article about the PubChem Compound and Substance databases can be found in the 2016 Nucleic Acids Research Database issue. It provides an overview of the two databases, including data organization, contents, interfaces, programmatic access and other relevant tools and services. To learn about this and other recent PubChem publications, read the PubChem Blog.
November 24, 2015
The PubChem BioAssay Record page is now available, which complements a recent revamp of the PubChem Compound Summary page and the Substance Record page. It features mobile-friendly interface, improved data table, extended download functionality and so on. To learn more about the BioAssay Record page, please read the PubChem Blog.
November 16, 2015
PubChem introduces a "legacy" designation. It helps users separate collections that are no longer maintained. To learn more about the legacy designation, read the PubChem Blog.
August 17, 2015
The Laboratory Chemical Safety Summary (LCSS) view is now available in PubChem. An LCSS is a summary of a hazard and safety information for a chemical, including flammability, toxicity, exposure limits and symptoms, first aid, handling, clean up, and so on. To learn more about PubChem LCSS please read the PubChem Blog.
June 23, 2015
The PubChemRDF 1.5β is now available. The new version is faster, supports Linked Data in new formats, features improved search and query functions, and contains new links. To learn more about this, visit the PubChem Blog.
April 9, 2015
The PubChem Substance Record page is now available. It replaces the PubChem Substance Summary page. Similar to the recent update to the PubChem Compound Summary page, this page was given a substantial makeover. Detailed information on the new PubChem Substance Record page is provided in the PubChem Blog.
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