ACS Scientific Freedom & Human Rights

A Look at Seeding Labs

August 20, 2013; 2:00PM EDT

ACS monitors potential threats to the scientific freedom and human rights of chemical scientists and engineers and chemistry-related professionals.
 



ACS Science and Human Rights Series:

A Look into Seeding Labs

August 20, 2013; 2:00pm EDT

Featuring:

Dr. Nina Dudnik, Founder & CE, Seeing Labs

Dr. Richard Danchik, Former President, Pittcon


ACS Science and Human Rights Series:

A Look into Seeding Labs

August 20, 2013; 2:00pm EDT

Featuring:

Dr. Nina Dudnik, Founder & CE, Seeing Labs

Dr. Richard Danchik, Former President, Pittcon

Seeding Labs provides lab equipment and Fellowship training programs to university and research institutions in 17 countries. The ACS International Center™ webinar series hosts Dr. Nina Dudnik, Founder and CEO of Seeding Labs, to speak about Seeding Labs and how the organization supports the ACS mission to explore the role the scientific community plays in empowering talented scientists in developing countries to conduct life-changing research that facilitates access to medicine, safe water, and education.

“The SOCIETY shall cooperate with scientists internationally and shall be concerned with the worldwide application of chemistry to the needs of humanity.” Article II, Section 3, ACS Constitution.

Questions? Send an email to humanrights@acs.org