Top ten upvoted apps on the mobile science site
The top 10 upvoted apps on the Mobile Science website are:-
Draw chemical structures. View 3D. Generate IUPAC names. Calculate properties. Simulate NMR. ChemDoodle Mobile! NOTE: ChemDoodle® Mobile is accessed with your ChemDoodle account that is provided to you for free when you purchase ChemDoodle desktop. You can use the Guest account to access this app without purchasing ChemDoodle, but you will not be able to save your chemistry drawings and some features may be restricted.
The Medicinal Chemistry Toolkit app is a suite of resources to support the day to day work of a medicinal chemist. Based on the experiences of medicinal chemistry experts, we developed otherwise difficult-to-access tools in a portable format for use in meetings, on the move and in the lab. The app is optimised for iPad and contains calculator functions designed to ease the process of calculating values of: Cheng-Prusoff; Dose to man; Gibbs free energy to binding constant; Maximum absorbable dose calculator; Potency shift due to plasma protein binding.
Elemental from Dotmatics the FREE Chemistry Sketch Utility Elemental is now a Universal App that support iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. Elemental is the Dotmatics chemistry sketch utility provided at no charge within many Dotmatics products. We are happy to provide this as a FREE app on the iTunes store.
Wolfram|Alpha. Building on 25 years of development led by Stephen Wolfram, Wolfram|Alpha has rapidly become the world's definitive source for instant expert knowledge and computation.
Papers is your personal library of research. Find, read, organize, sync your research papers -- anytime, anywhere!
Use ElementalDB to sketch and search within the 1.2M compound ChEMBL dataset. Searching, property calculation and depiction is done from the stored 2D co-ordinates from ChEMBL within the app on your device not via a web service
Download Free Content from Stanford on iTunes Updated for iOS 7. Tools and APIs required to build applications for the iPhone and iPad platform using the iOS SDK. User interface designs for mobile devices and unique user interactions using multi-touch technologies.
Findings is your lab notebook, reinvented. When running experiments, it is crucial to keep track of what one is doing, to be able to later reproduce the results, assemble and publish them. This is what lab notebooks are for. With Findings, your lab notebook is always with you and always up to date, be it on the field, at the bench, or at a conference. Findings for iOS is even more powerful when used in combination with Findings for Mac.
Open Drug Discovery Teams (ODDT) provides a magazine-style interface to collated information on a range of topics, primarily regarding research into cures for rare and neglected diseases.
The Approved Drugs app contains over a thousand chemical structures and names of small molecule drugs approved by the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA). Structures and names can be browsed in a list, searched by name, filtered by structural features, and ranked by similarity to a user-drawn structure.