CML: from Chrysalis to Butterfly

We have been meeting at Pacific Northwest Laboratory to plan the next phase for Chemical Markup Language (CML). In January we ran a meeting on “Semantic Physical Science” at Cambridge, http://www-pmr.ch.cam.ac.uk/wiki/Semantic_Physical_Science and as a result agreed to meet later in the year. We’ve done just that – for two intense days – and are starting to rework the public face of CML.

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Origins of CML

I shall be writing this blog mainly in the first person but you realise that CML is the joint product of Henry Rzepa and myself over many years. Simply, CML would not have happened without Henry. Perhaps in 2009 I am the more active contributor but it’s a joint creation. So, if ever I write things that appear to be just due to me please mentally replace this by PMRz what I call our symbiote.

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