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Ready to Drink Yet? The Chemistry of How Wine Flavor Changes During Aging
Thursday, May 24, 2018 @ 2-3pm ET
Join Gavin Sacks, Associate Professor of Enology at Cornell University, as he discusses what is known about the chemistry of wine aging and what winemakers can do (or could potentially do) to achieve better wine longevity.
Advanced Nano-Delivery Systems: Facilitating Tumor Delivery and Mitigating Resistance
Thursday, May 31, 2018 @ 2-3pm ET
Mansoor Amiji of Northeastern University discusses solutions for enhancing delivery efficiency in solid tumors and overcoming multidrug resistance by employing innovative methods like using modulation of apoptotic threshold with exogenous ceramide, inhibition of glycolytic metabolism and lactate production, and RNA interference therapy.
Refugees, Displaced Scientists, and Chemistry Communities: Creative Approaches to Support Chemical Practitioners
Thursday, June 7, 2018 @ 2-3pm ET
What can chemical science practitioners do to assist their colleagues displaced by war, political unrest, or other major events? Join a diverse panel of domestic and international scientists that will outline the issues facing displaced scholars and offer examples of creative activities to help colleagues in need.
Chemistry and the Economy: 2018 Mid-Year Update
Thursday, June 14, 2018 @ 2-3pm ET
Paul Hodges of International eChem and Bill Carroll of Carroll Applied Sciences return for our semiannual look at global economic factors and explore what opportunities lie in this new landscape.
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Calling all Spanish Speaking Chemists!
Welcome to a series of chemistry webinars in it's third year presented in Spanish. We have the great pleasure to continue the collaboration between the Sociedad Química de México and the American Chemical Society. Find out more!