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Princeton University news - 2021

October 6, 2021

Princeton’s David MacMillan receives Nobel Prize in chemistry

Princeton University professor David W.C. MacMillan has been awarded the 2021 Nobel Prize in chemistry “for the development of asymmetric organocatalysis.”

Library Instruction for asymmetric organocatalysis publications

American Chemical Society (ACS) Spring 2022 - Posters 


Monday, March 21, 2022

PRESENTATION FORMAT: Sci-Mix - Virtual DIVISION: Division of Chemical Information

11:00pm - 01:00am USA / Canada - Eastern - March 21, 2022 | Location: Virtual Room

Session Type: Networking Events - Virtual

Library instruction for asymmetric organocatalysis publications

Emily C. Wild, MLIS, Presenter


Tuesday, March 22, 2022

Chemical Information Across the Chemistry Enterprise:

10:00pm - 12:00am USA / Canada - Eastern - March 22, 2022 | Location: Virtual Room

Judith N Currano, Organizer

Division: [CINF] Division of Chemical Information

Session Type: Poster - Virtual

Co-Sponsor/Theme: Theme: Sustainability

Library instruction for asymmetric organocatalysis publications

Emily C. Wild, MLIS, Presenter 


In October 2021, the Princeton University Library received a significant increase in research inquiries and research consultations from library users for the topic asymmetric organocatalysis. The outcome was the creation of an instructional workshop for helping scientists and non-scientists with diverse access to chemistry library databases and journal subscriptions. This poster will provide an overview of asymmetric organocatalysis research for various educational experiences and library access.

Division: [CINF] Division of Chemical Information

Co-Sponsor/Theme: Theme: Sustainability

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