International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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The Science of Selling: Selling Science to Non‐Scientists Tanya Fogg   |   added on Jul 12, 2011    |    United States You have a great scientific idea ‐ but you are puzzled about how to sell it. Join our speakers Carol Nacy, CEO at Sequella, and Juliane Snowden, VP at Burns McClellan, as they provide you with valuable internal and external business perspectives and tips to successfully get others to ‘buy your science’.
Topic: small business, entrepreneurs, innovators, research and development, chemists, scientists, business Audience: small business, entrepreneurs, innovators, research and development

What's Cooking at the Shine Dome - Australian Academy of Science Open Day Jen Nixon   |   added on Jul 07, 2011    |    Australia Feast on an exciting and engaging program for all ages as the Australian Academy of Science Open Day explores the chemistry of food. Learn about the science of wine production, the chemistry of nutritious food, the way taste works and much more in an interactive smorgasbord of scientific delights.
Topic: hands-on activities, chemistry fun, presentations, food chemistry Audience: general public, teachers, students, school children, scientists

Ten Commandments for being a Successful Scientist Tanya Fogg   |   added on Apr 05, 2011    |    United States Some believe the successful were simply “lucky,” but what is luck? Luck, some define, is when preparation meets opportunity. And many weary scientists have wondered how to find that opportunity. Look no further – join ACS Webinars™ and our speaker, Professor Darren Griffin, of the University of Kent, UK, as he reveals ten e
Topic: chemistry, code of conduct, ethics, successful, professional development Audience: chemists, scientists, students, professional, research scientists

Chemistry at work for The Food and Environment Research Agency Alison Wilson   |   added on Mar 23, 2011    |    United Kingdom Chemistry plays a key role in many areas of our work here at the Food and Environment Research Agency (Fera). We would like to establish a webpage on our website (with a link from the front page) giving an outline of how we use chemistry across the organisation.
Topic: chemistry at work Audience: students, professional chemists, schools, scientists, teachers

Chemistry without Borders – Immigration for International Scientists Tanya Fogg   |   added on Feb 16, 2011    |    United States Martin Lawler, of Lawler & Lawler will discuss what foreign-born scientists need to know to legally work in the US and gain citizenship. Registration and more information at www.acswebinars.org/lawler.
Topic: acs webinar, scientists, chemistry, international, foreign-born, immigration, law, citizenship, legally work Audience: chemists, scientists, international, foreign-born