International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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ChemEd 2011 Presentation: Ready-to-Use Resources for the International Year of Chemistry and Beyond Erica Jacobsen   |   added on Jul 21, 2011    |    United States Kick off the 2011-2012 school with a bang using ready-to-use resources written by teachers, for teachers, from the Journal of Chemical Education. We'll share ways to help you focus on the International Year of Chemistry and beyond, including hands-on activities, short icebreakers, class projects, and more.
Topic: resources, educational materials Audience: educators, high schools

Virtual Career Fair Tanya Fogg   |   added on Jul 12, 2011    |    United States What are the growth areas in chemistry? How will innovation in chemistry create jobs? Whether you are in industry or academe or just want to know what direction the chemical industry is heading, we've got you covered! Our keynote speaker, George Whitesides along with other experts will discuss employment outlook for chemists.
Topic: employment outlook, innovation, growth areas in chemistry, chemical industry, job growth, immigration, industrial jobs, academic jobs, acs, american chemical society Audience: students, chemists, scientists, general public, professors, educators, teachers, educational institutions, small business, entrepreneurs. recruiters

Small is Beautiful: Everyday Applications and Advances in Nanochemistry Tanya Fogg   |   added on Jul 12, 2011    |    United States Advances in nanochemistry will continue to create applications that may someday impact global economics and stir debate about environmental and health concerns. Join Dr. Paul Weiss, editor of ACS Nano and Director of California NanoSystems Institute, as he takes us on a journey to discover the role of these tiny materials in
Topic: chemistry, nanotechnology, research Audience: nanochemists, chemists, scientists, professors, students, graduate students, education, teachers

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

Advances and Innovations in Wine Chemistry Tanya Fogg   |   added on Jul 12, 2011    |    United States Advances in chemistry help grape growers know when to harvest and vintners monitor the wine as it ferments, enabling them to make subtle changes. Join our expert Dr. Susan Ebeler, from UC Davis, as she discusses advances and innovations in the chemistry of wine.
Topic: wine, winemaking, grape, vintners Audience: wine connoisseur, students, food chemists, general public, professors, educators, vintners