ACS International Center™

The  ACS International Center™ is the essential guide for scientists and engineers looking to study, work, and conduct research overseas.


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Looking for upcoming international events and opportunities (including the 250th ACS National Meeting in Boston!)? Visit the ACS International Center events page

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More ACS International Center™ Resources

The ACS International Center will be hosting webinars in the second half of 2015 with ACS Internaitonal Center Affiliates including: 

The Crossroads between Science and Security: The Boren Fellowship Program 

Register here! 
(September 10, 2pm EST)
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"What Can Euraxess do for Me?" and informaiton on 
The Marie Curie Fellowship Program 

Hosted by The Embassy of Italy/Euraxess
(October 2015)

Thank you for joining us for our most recent web event "Global Scientific Collaboration: A Key to Scientific Success" hosted by Dr. Joe Francisco, ACS Past-President and Matthew Michalsaka-Smith (University of Chicago).

The webinar, presentation slides and bios of speakers are now posted. Check back again soon to watch the presentation. 

 

Affiliates of the ACS International Center™ are institutions and organizations who have joined hands with the ACS to promote international exchange opportunities to those seeking to gain intellectual experience abroad.

 

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The American Chemical Society and its affiliates have compiled an comprehensive list of resources available to scientists and engineers considering career development or professional transition.

Why Collaborate Internationally? 

...the data says you should! 

A study published in PLOSOne verifies the positive impact international collaboration has on research and journal publication. Read the study here.