ACS Scientific Freedom and Human Rights Webinar Series



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

ACS Science and Human Rights Webinar Series presents:

A Look at Seeding Labs

Archived: August 20, 2013; 2:00pm EDT

Featuring:

Dr. Nina Dudnik, Founder & CEO, Seeding Labs

Dr. Richard Danchik, Former President, Pittcon

Working with corporate and academic partners, Seeding Labs has provided more than $1.3 million in equipment and Fellowship training programs to university and research institutions in 17 countries.  Through equipment donation and a  “training the trainers” approach, Seeding Labs has enhanced the education of more than 4,000 individuals annually in academic lab and other scientific settings globally.

ACS’s Office of International Activities will deliver its fifth webinar in the ACS Science and Human Rights Series in order 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.

Questions? Send an email to humanrights@acs.org