Join the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs for our quarterly New Postdoc Welcome. The Welcome offers an introduction to Stony Brook to help recently arrived postdocs maximize their postdoctoral experience and make the most of your time at Stony Brook. All postdocs who have joined us in the past six months are particularly encouraged to attend.
Peer-review has a critical role in scientific publication and learning how to navigate the process can be tricky. Join Associate Editor Pamela Tadross of Organic Process Research & Development during this free interactive broadcast for an introduction to the basics of peer-review and receive valuable insights into the process.
Join Chris Mocella during this free edited recording as he returns to share the science behind what will put the sparkle in the skies tomorrow night. In this explosive rebroadcast discover the pyrotechnic reactions that occur during testing techniques such as heat, spark, friction and impact.
Join ACS Chemical Health & Safety Editor Mary Beth Mulcahy during this free edited recording to receive 10 essential tips to ensure you’re preparing the best manuscript possible for submission. (Rebroadcast)
Join Amanda Garner of the University of Michigan during this free interactive broadcast as she describes new technologies developed by her group for identifying small molecule inhibitors affecting non-coding RNA biology, as well as new biological discovery platforms for revealing novel druggable pathways in RNA biology.
Clarity, brevity, and editing improve communication. Learn how to create habits that embrace these ideas. Join Mark Jones of Dow Chemical during this free interactive broadcast as he delves more deeply into effective communication.
Join Bob Corlett and Aileen Hedden of Staffing Advisors during this edited recording as they share how to adapt your interviewing skills for a virtual world during a free interactive broadcast co-produced by ACS Industry Member Programs. (Rebroadcast)
Join Marek Urban of the Clemson University and Christopher Bowman of the University of Colorado Boulder, during this free interactive 1.5 hour webinar, as they discuss the promising approach of autonomous self-healing polymers and covalent adaptable networks, which may provide revolutionary applications in energy, transportation, medicine, recycling, and homeland security.