CAS Inks Agreements with NIH to Provide Access to Chemistry Resource | GenomeWeb

The Chemical Abstracts Service and the National Institutes of Health Library have signed an agreement that will give NIH scientists enterprise-wide access to SciFinder, a database of chemical substances and related science information, CAS said this week.

According to CAS, a division of the American Chemical Society, the agreement will give scientists access to one of the largest curated collections of publicly disclosed information on chemistry and related research.

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