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Competitive Intelligence Gets a Boost with Reaxys Patent Expansion

Posted on April 30th, 2021 by

The insights only found in patents can provide a crucial competitive advantage for innovative companies. In response to customer demand, Elsevier recently announced a major expansion of the patent content available to users of Reaxys, our chemistry information solution. Users can now get relevant patents for pharma and chemical R&D from 105 patent offices and 170 IPC classes. This also includes English language translations of foreign-language patents, which is important given that scientific advances are being made every day all across the globe.

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Early-Career Chemistry Researchers Tell How Reaxys Supports Their Innovative Work

Posted on April 20th, 2021 by

The Reaxys PhD Prize is a global competition that recognizes accomplished young chemists for their innovative research. The only requirements to participate are that one must be in the process of completing a PhD, or recently have completed one – and it can be in any discipline of chemistry.

For 10 years now, Elsevier has been proud to promote exciting research from early-career scientists through this competition (read about the 10th anniversary symposium) and is also honored to be able to help them do this important work through the use of tools like Reaxys.

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Reaxys Prize Winners Share Their Research Experiences and Advice

Posted on April 13th, 2021 by

If there is one thing we at Elsevier have learned over the last 10 years of hosting the Reaxys PhD Prize, it’s that there are many different paths to research success. We have seen incredible work from scientists coming from a variety of backgrounds and experiences, and that was again evident with our three winning finalists for the 2020 Reaxys PhD Prize.

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How to Use Reaxys Reaction Data to Create Chemistry Models

Posted on February 11th, 2021 by

These days, a chemist’s digital tools are as valued as the physical ones, and those digital tools are enabling chemists to do some amazing things in the lab. One example is predictive reaction chemistry, a thriving area with a rapidly-developing variety of algorithms and approaches.   

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