As some may know the Chemical Information and Computer Applications Group (CICAG) produce a twice a year newsletter. The latest version is now available online.

I’ve included the table of contents below, it includes several meeting reports, details of proposed future meetings and news from a variety of resources that are of interest to group members. This issue also includes the latest contribution to the Cheminformatics: A Digital History in which we are trying to capture the memories of those involved in the history of this relatively new area of chemical science.


Chemical Information and Computer Applications Group Chair’s Report

Eight Good Reasons to Join CICAG

CICAG Planned and Proposed Future Meetings

Meeting Report: The Ninth Joint Sheffield Conference on Chemoinformatics 

UKeiG: Martin White wins Jason Farradane and Tony Kent Strix 2023 Memorial Awards

Meeting Reports: UK QSAR Autumn 2023 Meeting

Accessing Enhanced Small Molecule Information in the Protein Data Bank in Europe 

Meeting Report: Solutions in Science (SinS-1) Conference Report and Invitation to SinS-2 

Catalyst Science and Discovery Centre News

Meeting Report: RSC-CICAG and RSC-BMCS 6th Artificial Intelligence in Chemistry Symposium, 4-5 September 2023

The Summer of Science Festival at Nantwich Museum

Cheminformatics: A Digital History ‒ Part 4. Ladies First

William Jorgensen Wins 2024 Arthur C. Cope Award for Organic Chemistry

RSC Databases Update: ChemSpider 

Book Review: Architects of Memory

Cheminformatics and Chemical Information Books.

Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) Updates

News from the American Chemical Society Chemical Information Division (CINF)

Call for Nominations for the 2025 Skolnik Award

Physical Sciences Data Infrastructure (PSDI) News

News from CAS 

The Development of the Chemist’s Notebook – Meeting Announcement 

AI in Drug Discovery 2023 ‒ A Highly Opinionated Literature Review (Part I) 

Other Chemical Information News

Contributions to the CICAG Newsletter are welcome from all sources ‒ please send to the Newsletter Editor Dr Helen Cooke FRSC: email

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