ACS Webinars coming in June, broadcasted live, every Thursday from 2-3 PM EST unless otherwise noted.
Jan. 15, 2015
Rookie Lab Mistakes and Other Facts Not Found in Textbooks
Dr. Alison Frontier
Tune in to share your experiences and discover the most commonly reported lab mistakes.
Jan. 22, 2015
3D Printing: The Future of Manufacturing
Dr. Timothy Long and Dr. Christopher Williams
Tune in to see the current state of 3D printing and where it is heading.
Jan. 29, 2015
For more information about our ACS Webinars™ program, see below.
ACS Webinars™ is a free, weekly online event serving to connect ACS members and scientific professionals with subject matter experts and global thought leaders in chemical sciences, management, and business. The ACS Webinars are divided into several series that address topics of interest to the chemical and scientific community; these series include careers, business and innovation, professional growth, joy of science, extreme chemistry, entrepreneurial initiative, green chemistry, and more. Each webinar is 60 minutes in length, comprising a short presentation followed by Q&A with the speaker. The live webinars are held on Thursdays from 2-3pm ET. Recordings of the webinars are available online and upcoming events are posted at http://www.acs.org/content/en/events.html
The American Chemistry Society established the National Historic Chemical Landmarks program in 1992 to enhance public appreciation for the contributions of the chemical sciences to modern life in the United States and to encourage a sense of pride in their practitioners. The program does this by recognizing seminal achievements in the chemical sciences, recording their histories, and providing information and resources about Landmark achievements.
ReSET is a non-profit organization that places volunteer scientists and engineers in Washington DC area elementary school classrooms to lead students in science and math experiments. Our goal is to show students that science and math learning is exciting and enjoyable, with the long term objective of buiiding America's science and engineering workforce of the future. We are in 25 schools in DC, Maryland and Virginia, and would like to reach more students by increasing our number of volunteers. We would welcome the opportunity to work ACS' Washington Local Section to make your D.C. area members aware of volunteer opportunities. The first part of the video on our homepage shows a chemist working in a classroom:
Thank you for considering this request.
John W. Meagher
Scientific Meetings and Activites of Interest to CSW Members
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