【作者】 John K. Borchardt
【出版日期】 September 6, 2002
Information science is perhaps the most popular non-laboratory career for chemists. With the increasing importance of interdisciplinary research and the need to search for applied chemistry references in many different industries, the term 'chemical information' may have become too narrow to define the field. In describing career opportunities in information science, speakers at the recent Careers in Chemical Information Symposium at the August 2002 American Chemical Society National Meeting stressed two points, . . .
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