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Fifth Annual SemTech Conference Highlights How Semantics Power Chemistry, Pharmaceutical, Healthcare, and Other Life Science Solutions
Date:5/5/2009

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  • Robert Coyne, TopQuadrant, and Tim Smith, Procter & Gamble, on "Not Just Your Daddy's Search or Browsing: Enabling Users to Interact with Rich Information Spaces"
  • Lee Feigenbaum, Cambridge Semantics Inc, and Jaime Melendez, Merck and Co., on "Making Sense of Spreadsheets in Merck Basic Research: A Semantic Experience"
  • Alan Greenblatt, Sciova, on "A Pragmatic Approach to Building Enterprise-class Semantic Applications for Knowledge Sharing and Process Orchestration"
  • Lezan Hawizy, University of Cambridge, on "Generating Linked Open Data for Chemistry"
  • Jaime Melendez, Merck and Co., and Eric Neumann, Clinical Semantics Group, on "A Semantic Architecture for Biologics Research at Merck"
  • Parsa Mirhaji, University of Texas- Houston, on "Adaptive and Integrative Structured Data Entry: Ontology Driven, and Just-in-Time Information Collection and Integration for Disaster and Bioterrorism Preparedness"
  • Mark Musen and Natasha Noy, Stanford University, on "BioPortal: A Web Repository and Services for Biomedical Ontologies and Data Resources"
  • Chimezie Ogbuji, Cleveland Clinic, on "Semantic Web Technologies as a Framework for Clinical Informatics"
  • Chris Pierce, Cleveland Clinic, on "Semantic Approach to Health Care Quality Reporting"
  • Darin Stewart, Oregon Health and Science University, on "Taxonomies 101: Designing and Managing Taxonomies as Stepping Stones to Semantics"
  • Ivan Herman, World Wide Web Consortium, Ian Horrocks, Oxford University, Deborah McGuinness, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Michael Smith, Clark & Parsia LLC, and Zhe Wu, Oracle, on "Introducing OWL 2: A Panel and Community Discussion"
  • Kendall Grant Clark, Clark & Parsia LLC, and Xavier Lopez, Oracle Corp, on "Managing OWL: Using Oracle and Pellet for a Massively
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