ACS members have exclusive viewing privileges to the just-released select technical recordings from the San Diego National Meeting held earlier this year. “Computers in Chemistry” was the meeting theme and over 200 recordings are available. The Presentations on Demand website has also been redesigned to make recordings easier to find. Users can search by title, meeting, topic, or speaker. Also new are Presentations on Demand Shorts, which are three- to five-minute, condensed video versions of full lectures.
Among the San Diego recordings are the Kavli Foundation Lecture Series: Innovations in Chemistry (Dr. Emily Carter) and Emerging Leader in Chemistry (Dr. Rommie Amaro), as well as Plenary Sessions from Dr. George C. Schatz, Dr. Sharon Hammes-Schiffer, Dr. David Baker, and Dr. William L. Jorgensen.
See these and all the new releases from San Diego at the new ACS Presentations on Demand. Also available are recordings from the two previous national meetings in Boston and Denver, as well as content from the July 2015 ACS Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference.
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