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Fostering Innovation Tanya Fogg | added on May 10, 2011 | United States Are you challenged to come up with new ideas and solutions? Do you want to tap into that inner voice? Join our speaker as she shares a proven process to generate ideas and stimulate innovative thinking.
Creative Problem Solving in Chemical Research Tanya Fogg | added on Apr 05, 2011 | United States Chemists are expected to solve problems that involve obtaining new research ideas, improving processes and production in industry, or dealing with problems that arise during research. Too often, we apply a random process or follow the same way - and receive poor results. Dr. Bill Mattson, will engage you in an interactive pre
|Topic:||acs webinar, chemistry, problem solving, chemical research, chemical process, development, chemical production||Audience:||chemistry, scientist, bench chemist, researcher, student|
Cheers! The Chemistry of Wine Tanya Fogg | added on Mar 17, 2011 | United States The French say, “The truth is in the wine.” It is also said that a meal without wine is like a day without sunshine. Recent studies suggest that moderate wine consumption is beneficial to health.
|Topic:||acs webinar, chemistry, chemistry of wine, wine||Audience:||students, food enthusiasts, general public, wine enthusiasts|
Optimizing Workplace Across Five Generations of Scientists - Challenges and Rewards Tanya Fogg | added on Mar 17, 2011 | United States To visualize molecules, do you use a ball-and-stick-kit or modeling software? In today's workforce, most of us work with colleagues that span at least three generations and each has different assumptions about how the world works. The likelihood that we'll misunderstand a co-worker’s behavior is high.
|Topic:||acs webinar, cross-generational, generation gap||Audience:||mid-career, students, intern, graduate student, first-year, senior chemist|
CSI Reality: Chemistry in the Crime Labs Tanya Fogg | added on Feb 16, 2011 | United States Despite TV shows, forensic chemists need to be well-versed in the widest array of analytical technologies and must quickly adapt proven methods to new types of samples. Dr. Jason Schaff will discuss the different disciplines within forensic chemistry and provide an in-depth perspective of day-to-day life in a forensic lab.
|Topic:||acs webinar, chemistry, laboratory, forensic laboratory, analytical chemistry, forensics, mold, white powder, blood||Audience:||post graduate students and professors, forensic chemists, graduate students, analytical chemist|