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Journal of Automatic Chemistry
Volume 11 (1989), Issue 1, Pages 42-43

Computer-Aided Chemistry at Surrey — the way ahead

Department of Chemistry, University of Surrey, Surrey, Guildford GU2 5XH, UK

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This article describes the objectives and rationale of the degree course in Computer-Aided Chemistry at the University of Surrey. The course, which is the first of its kind, represents a sharp break with the past in that industry was intimately involved in the early stages of the planning as well as providing subsequent support; furthermore, much of the teaching is done via a workshop approach. The course aims to produce high-calibre chemists, particularly of the analytical kind, with a firm foundation in computing and having benefited from the close collaboration and cooperation of industry.