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March 15, 2019

Cashing in on coffee waste: Could better scientific search tools turn your waste into wealth?

A growing number of companies are seeking to make better use of coffee waste by unlocking the commercial potential of this chemical-rich resource. In this burgeoning field, ensuring return on investment is sustainable is as important as the value-add technologies a company chooses. Using scientific search tools to access literature and patent content will give the competitive advantage when creating wealth from waste.

October 26, 2018

Science connections: A neurotoxic natural product raised from the dead

With hundreds of scientists and analysts reviewing the scientific literature every day, CAS is uniquely positioned to find meaningful insights from historical research that can fuel modern scientific breakthroughs. In fact, our team of experts has identified and analyzed thousands of journal articles and patents related to the discovery, activity and uses of TTX, all of which can be access through our world-class technology, like SciFinder-n, to help your researchers uncover new connections and applications.

July 6, 2018

Accelerate discovery by standing on the shoulders of giants

With organizations generating 2.5 quintillion bytes of data each day, discoverability of specific, relevant information becomes all the more important. While information solutions like SciFinder-n help today's scientists find exactly the information they need, when they need it, artificial intelligence (AI) technologies will soon become part of a more comprehensive strategy to manage the growing influx of data.

March 30, 2018

Newly disclosed drug candidates, a polymer film for power and energy-efficient water production: What you may have missed at the ACS meeting

For those who couldn’t make the trip to New Orleans for the 255th ACS National Meeting & Exposition, we’ve highlighted some of the most interesting new research with potential industry applications.