We are continuously developing our links, trying to make the best information related to our disciplines easily available to our community and others who stop by. Some links have restricted access and we try to point this out in advance.
|American Chemical Society||"The Place to Find Anything in Chemistry"
Chem Center's new and imporved search engine now allows you to search all four ACS Websites at once so you can find the chemistry information you need from just one source.
|Biochemistry Links||Biochemistry Databases and Information Sources
|Diffraction||Links to sites providing information on the theory and experimental practice of electron, neutron, and x-ray diffraction and scattering software, journals, associations, etc.|
|Employment Opportunities||Both employment opportunities at SUNY-ESF and elsewhere may be found here.|
|Environmental Chemistry||Environmental Chemistry Databases and Information Sources
|Fun Things||Wacky patents, Realbeer, and other less than PC pages.|
|Journals||Links to on-line and hard copy journal pages in the chemical sciences.|
|Molecular Modeling||Computational Chemistry Databases and Information Sources|
|NMR||Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (NMR)
|Policy, Science||Links to the Ehlers Report "Towards a New National Science Policy" 9/24/98|
|Polymer Chemistry||Polymer Chemistry Databases and Information Sources
|Polysaccharide Chemistry||Links for nomenclature, analytical methods, reactions, techniques, societies, journals, meetings related to carbohydrates and polysaccarides.|
|Safety||Safety information and links to MSDSs|
|Search Engines||Here you will find both the major web search engines and more specialized ones like the Patend servers at the US Patent Office and IBM, links to sequence sequencing for proteins and nucleic acids, MEDLINE and a webpage for Chemical Abstracts Searching.|
|Software||Links to clearing houses for software and to sites specific to the chemical sciences.|
|Web-publishing||Guidlines for preparing documents for these pages (restriced access for SUNY ESF), guidelines to HTML and other web tools.|