Eugene Dakin Ph.D., P.Chem

Professional Chemist

Computers and the Web

Computers have changed the world in which we live.  Embracing this rapidly changing technology leaves one constantly learning.

Computers are present In the chemical profession in the form of e-mail, analytical equipment, and data sources to name a few.  With over 20 years experience programming computers, Eugene has created over 10 chemical utility programs to aid the consulting chemist with implementation of recommendations.

Programs have been created in Realbasic, Java, (Cross Platform Development [Linux, Windows, Mac]), Visual Basic (Windows), Visual Basic .Net (Windows), C++, Visual C++ (Windows) and Pascal (obsolete).

If you have a great suggestion for a program, feel free to send me an e-mail.

Other programs have been created but do not directly relate to chemistry. This includes Project Management (PM) and Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS).


Computer: A programmable electronic device that can store, retrieve, and process data.
Binary Humour: There are 10 types of binary humour: good and bad.