Version 1.00 of the RInChI – InChI for reactions – has been released and is available from the Download area
InChI version 1.05 has been released and is available in the Download area
Register now for our “State and Future of the IUPAC InChI” meeting at the NIH 16-18 August 2017 – more details here
Progress update from our Project Director (Mar 2017)
Progress update from our Project Director (Aug 2016)
Progress update from our Project Director (Feb 2016)
Progress update from our Project Director (Nov 2015)
Progress update from our Project Director (Mar 2015)
Catch up with our latest Project Director’s Report (August 2014)
Our recent set of videos are now available on YouTube (and via the home page) – please use them and let us know what you think!
Read the papers from “The IUPAC International Chemical Identifier (InChI) and its influence on the domain of chemical information“, the special issue of J. Cheminf., 2012
Catch up with our latest Project Directors Report (August 2013)
InChI Trust Project Director’s Newsletter (October 2012)
An all-day symposium dedicated to the International Chemical Identifier (InChI) will be held at the 243rd ACS National Meeting in San Diego, CA. In sixteen presentations (including several talks by InChI Trust members and supporters) the current status and future of the InChI will be discussed and the use and usefulness of InChIs in databases, publications, software and other resources will be presented. The InChI Symposium Speakers Dinner is sponsored by the InChI Trust.
The InChI Symposium takes place in Room 27A of the San Diego Convention Center on Wednesday, 28th March 2012, and starts at 8:30 am.
The InChI Trust and the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) are pleased to announce the release of a new version of the IUPAC International Chemical Identifier (InChI) software. Version 1.04 of the open source software is now available on the InChI Trust Download page. This version now supports the chemical elements up to 112, copernicium (the last one which is currently recognized by IUPAC; support for elements 105-112 is newly added). The inchi-1 executable (both Windows and Linux versions) now allows the processing of multiple input files in a single run (common file name wildcards are recognized).
The InChI Certification Suite is now available from the InChI Trust. This software was developed to check that an installation of the InChI program has been performed correctly. More information on the InChI Certification Suite and the contact information can be found here.
New InChI working groups on “Inorganics” and “Biopolymers & Proteins” are planned for 2012.
The InChI Trust has initiated a contract with GGA Software Services LLC for its subsidiary SciTouch LLC to develop software programs to test and certify that InChIs and InChIKeys produced by whatever means are correct and valid. This work will expand on and make even more robust the original programs developed by NIST as part of the original InChI project. Trust members and others are contributing both large and diverse databases for testing to assure that current and future versions of the InChI software are of the highest possible quality and meet all needs of the community using the InChI algorithms. We expect the testing software to be available in autumn 2010.
The InChI Trust and the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) are pleased to announce the release of a new version of the IUPAC International Chemical Identifier (InChI) software. Version 1.03 of the open source software is now available (Download page).
A contract to investigate the feasibility of QC/validation tools, documentation and InChI extensions has been awarded to Digital Chemistry and the results will be available in mid 2010.
Support for the main InChI developer has been secured.
To expedite progress by the IUPAC InChI Subcommittee working groups, the InChI Trust has provided funds to hold the initial Task Group meetings for the working groups examining Markush structures and polymers, splitting the funding of these two groups with IUPAC.