Can’t wait until the Nobel Prize in Chemistry is awarded on October 9? We can’t either.
Join the editors at Chemical & Engineering News and a panel of special guests as we feed chemists’ frenzy during our annual predictions webinar. The editors and panelists will make their best guesses at who will claim chemistry’s big prize and chat about Nobel controversies.
During this free interactive broadcast you can cast your own virtual vote and ask the panelists questions about Nobel-worthy science.
What You Will Learn
- Who are our front-runners for this year’s Nobel Prize in Chemistry and why
- Big ideas in chemistry that we think should some day win the prize
- Nobel trivia, including facts about diversity, and much more
- Stereo Chemistry Podcast: At 97, lithium-ion battery pioneer John Goodenough says his work is not done - The famed scientist tells Stereo Chemistry about childhood adventures, infernal exams with Enrico Fermi, and what keeps him coming to the office after 7 decades.
- These female scientists should have won the Nobel – Chemists argue that the following 13 women deserved a prize in this C&EN article.
- Fifty years of nominations for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry – Want to know more about the first 50 years? Check out this interactive C&EN infographic.
- Where are Wikipedia’s women scientists? – Efforts to create a more balanced picture of chemistry on the online encyclopedia are discussed in this C&EN article.
The Fine Print
ACS Webinars® does not endorse any products or services. The views expressed in this presentation are those of the presenters and do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the American Chemical Society.