Spying on the Chemical Spy

Chemspy users may have noticed a few outages recently, at least on the blog section of that site, so rather than spend many an hour trying to upgrade servers, I’ve decided to re-host just the blog content from that site on Sciencebase. The databases and chemical search tools will remain in place over on that site. The following is a small selection of recent items about informatics, online science tools, and drug design, which will hopefully be of just as much interest to Sciencebase readers.

I’ve imported all Chemspy blog content as it stood on April 4, 2008, so you can access the Chemspy archive in the Sciencebase chemspy category. Hopefully, the few dozen Chemspy posts won’t stream into the RSS feed, doesn’t look like they have yet, as they’re all simply date-stamped with their original post dates dating back to early 2007. Apologies for any glitches. At some point, I will migrate the Chemspy newsfeed over to Sciencebase too, so please subscribe to the Sciencebase feed (there is a chemistry category) to keep up to date with Chemspy updates.

1 thought on “Spying on the Chemical Spy”

  1. A byproduct of the method I’ve used to redirect the old posts means that the Chemspy feed is now redirecting to Sciencebase. So consider Chemspy pwned. All Ur Mols R belong to us. (Well, they were mine in the first place, so not really)


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