Join Coray Colina of the University of Florida and Theresa Reineke of the University of Minnesota during this free interactive 1.5 hour broadcast as they discuss what makes these polymeric structures so unique and share how molecular simulations are helping to elucidate the structure, function, and dynamics of such molecular chimeras.
Join Professor Sandeep Verma, Secretary of the Science and Engineering Research Board of India, to discover that there is both an art and science to running successful research projects.
Graduate students and postdocs in all fields are invited to join us for Part 1 of the Grant Writing Workshop Series for Fall 2020.
In this workshop, you will learn how to find the right research funding for you. To do so, you will:
Join Bill Wuest of Emory University as he discusses how natural product total synthesis is vital for the development of next-generation antibiotics and a fruitful training platform for interdisciplinary science.
Join Brian Getson, a Partner at Getson & Schatz, to discover how to maximize your chances of winning a green card in the EB-1/NIW categories as well as how President Trump's June immigration order will affect you and other foreign scientific researchers.
This session is designed for international chemical professionals seeking a career in the US, whether in academia, industry, or government. The session will discuss the legal/ immigration issues that foreign-national scientists must be aware of and some of the practical aspects international applicants who wish to work in the US must consider.
Join Steve Lee of Stanford University during this free interactive broadcast as he discusses the basics of Individual Development Plans for recent graduates and those seeking career transitions to help increase your metacognitive skills and develop your plan to thrive both personally and professionally.
Join us via Zoom as Jenna Foderaro, PhD, NIH IRACDA NY-CAPS scholar from the Department of Genetics & Microbiology leads a discussion on the article "The Tyranny of Content: “Content Coverage” as a Barrier to Evidence-Based Teaching Approaches and Ways to Overcome It.