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Prima Sung

Prima Sung

Sr. Product Marketing Manager at Elsevier

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Prima has extensive experience in the information technology industry. Her role involves defining value propositions through immersive understanding of the industry and users of information solutions. Prior to joining Elsevier, Prima worked at Microsoft and Nokia on designing solutions for the future of mobile computing. She holds an MBA from Hofstra University in New York, USA.


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Embracing the new in cheminformatics

Posted on August 17th, 2018 in Chemistry

Two centuries of innovation in chemistry research methods

The true mark of an innovation is its impact on our behavior. All the great innovations of history, big and small, have changed how people have approached tasks in their personal and professional lives. As we celebrate 30 years of the chemistry research solution Reaxys, Continue reading “Embracing the new in cheminformatics” »

Chemists Concerned About How Their Field is Viewed

Posted on December 13th, 2017 in Chemistry

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Chemistry and its importance in everyday life is often underrated at best, and wildly misunderstood at worst. The stock image of scientists in white lab coats holding beakers of toxic chemicals has been hard to shake Continue reading “Chemists Concerned About How Their Field is Viewed” »

Being Tech Savvy is ‘Crucial’ to Advancement in STEM careers

Posted on October 30th, 2017 in Chemistry

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A survey of chemistry professionals finds familiarity with machine learning and data analysis tools among needed skills for future chemists, while collaborative technology is crucial in supporting innovation Continue reading “Being Tech Savvy is ‘Crucial’ to Advancement in STEM careers” »

Does Chemistry Have an Image Problem?

Posted on October 6th, 2017 in Chemistry

The results of a recent study on chemistry research, conducted by Elsevier’s Reaxys team, suggest that chemistry might need to work on its image. Continue reading “Does Chemistry Have an Image Problem?” »

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