The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are going to have a lasting effect on chemists and the chemistry community. Learn about what scientists are doing to combat the virus and how individuals can adapt to these changing times.
Joe Martino a Career Consultant and Presenter from the American Chemical Society discusses hot topics like what is coming back and what is here to stay as well as strategies for networking in a post-pandemic environment.
Patricia Silveyr, Sara Mason, and Allison Aldridge reflect on lessons learned and their paths to success during difficult times. Discover how these successful women in the chemical enterprise overcame challenges, what constituted professional success for them, and the source of their resilience.
Join speakers Debbie Decker of UC Davis, Jennifer Bishoff of Frostburg University, and Ralph Stuart of Keene State College during this free interactive broadcast as they discuss safety concepts that can be applied in post-COVID remote and self-guided learning environment.
Join Angela Zhou, an Information Scientist at CAS, as she provides an overview of published scientific information relevant to COVID-19 research with an emphasis on patents in the CAS content collection. During this free interactive broadcast, she will highlight antiviral strategies involving small molecules and biologics targeting the complex molecular interactions involved in coronavirus infection and replication.
Join Neal Langerman of Advanced Chemical Safety and Harry J. Elston of Midwest Chemical Safety, during this free interactive broadcast as they lead a discussion on how what organizations can do to adapt and how and help you plan for this uncertain future.
Paul Hodges of International E-Chem and Bill Carroll of Carroll Applied Science have their bi-annual discourse regarding the chemical market and what companies can do to adapt in these difficult times including COVID-19.
Discover how vaccines prepare our immune system to respond to pathogens, explore the scientific, clinical, and production details regarding the vaccine development platforms for the coronavirus, and learn about the global COVID-19 vaccine research landscape and published research.
Dr. Kizzmekia Corbett, a senior research fellow at NIH talks about her current work leading the Vaccine Research Center’s Coronavirus Team and discusses how Project SEED sparked her interest in a science career and offer advice to students wanting to follow that path.
Robin Izzo and Frankie Wood-Black discuss protective equipment expectations, best practices for physical distancing, and ventilation considerations for both laboratory and public spaces on open campuses.
Marcy Towns, Justin Carmel, and Edgar Arriaga discuss advances in educational research, insights from the recent pivot to remote learning amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and the future of chemistry lab courses.
ACS President Luis Echegoyen, Past ACS President Peter Dorhout of Kansas State University, and Assistant Professor Davita Camp of Spelman College share what the process of restarting research will look like and what funding agencies and policymakers can do to ease the transition.
Jonathan Lai of Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Raymond Forslund of Syner-G discuss the scientific and medical aspects of the current pandemic, as well as lessons learned from previous outbreaks to help policymakers develop better approaches to the current threat.
A panel of chemistry faculty share insights from organic, inorganic, and physical chemistry courses that you can translate into your courses. Learning goals and outcomes, pedagogical approaches, technology platforms, and assessments were also discussed.
Kristin Omberg of the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Brenda Hogue of Arizona State University discuss what we know about this virus, the larger family of coronaviruses, and what makes this one challenging.
Supratik Guha of University of Chicago and Yi Cui of Stanford University share some important factors regarding fabrics for cloth masks and how we can reuse respirators and other personal protection equipment in these urgent times.
Blogger Chemjobber and economist Kevin Swift of the American Chemistry Council give an overview of the current chemistry job market in both industry and academia and discuss the pockets of opportunity that still exist.