Category: Infographics

periodic table

October 24, 2017

10 Amazing Periodic Table of the Elements Designs

By Jesse Stanchak

The periodic table is a marvel of design. Dmitri Mendeleev’s approach to organizing the elements was informative and elegant. It even helped predict the existence of elements then unknown to scientists. A periodic table is an important tool for scientists, but also for educators. The periodic table is an accessible way to teach students about […]

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alternative chemistry careers

October 3, 2017

Alternative Chemistry Careers: By the Numbers

By Jesse Stanchak

When you think of a successful chemist, you might think of a professor conducting research at a university. But there are so many other opportunities available to pursue alternative chemistry careers! Chemists are doing important work by perusing in industry, government, education, and more. Check out this infographic on some of the other ways your […]

March 7, 2017

ACS Publications: 2016 By the Numbers

By Andrew Clinton

In 1879, the American Chemical Society began the publication of chemical research with the first issue of the Journal of the American Chemical Society. Today, ACS publishes 50 peer-reviewed journals filled with cutting-edge articles across a broad spectrum of scientific disciplines. ACS Publications delivers more than 1 million research articles through its award-winning web platform. […]

January 10, 2017

Growing Globally: Japan’s Research Initiatives Over Time

By Selenah Njoloma

The Japanese government first introduced its Science and Technology Basic Act in 1995, with ¥17 trillion in funding for research and development (R&D) over the first 5 years. Every 5 years, Japan makes changes to its policies on science and technology, based on input from the Council for Science and Technology Policy (CSTP). The Japanese […]

updated periodic table

September 8, 2016

Download a Free Updated Periodic Table From ACS Publications

By Jesse Stanchak

Is the periodic table hanging in your lab, classroom, or office woefully out of date? Replace that old relic with a free updated periodic table from ACS Publications! No longer will you need to stare at table with the old provisional names for these most-recently discovered elements, including ununtrium for 113, ununpentium for 115, ununseptium […]

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May 6, 2016

ACS Publications: By the Numbers

By Andrew Clinton

In 1879, the American Chemical Society began the publication of chemical research with the first issue of the Journal of the American Chemical Society. Today, ACS publishes almost 50 peer-reviewed journals filled with cutting-edge articles across a broad spectrum of scientific disciplines. ACS Publications delivers more than 1 million research articles through its award-winning web […]

  • American Chemical Society
  • Infographic
chemistry poster presentation

March 8, 2016

Top 10 Poster Presentation Tips

By Stephanie Monasky

So you’ve completed the research paper that will form the basis for your chemistry poster presentation. Your figures are all correctly formatted, and your citations are everywhere they need to be. Now you just need to prepare your chemistry poster presentation. Easy, right? Well, not always. 10 Keys to Giving an Effective Chemistry Poster Presentation […]

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February 8, 2016

Expanded Partnership with Figshare Promotes Open Data Discovery

By Andrew Clinton

In November 2015, we announced our partnership with Figshare, an open repository that promotes broad discoverability of scientific research data. The ACS partnership with Figshare provides our authors and researchers with improved archiving and access to open data sets and other supporting information that often accompany articles published in ACS Publications’ peer-reviewed research journals. As an […]

  • .cif files
  • ACS LiveSlides
  • Crystal Growth & Design
  • Figshare
  • Inorganic Chemistry
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October 28, 2015

The ABCs of Becoming a Ph.D.

By Selenah Njoloma

What’s more grueling than earning a Ph.D.? Not much. That’s why student Lina G. Abdul Halim hopes to help aspiring Ph.D.candidates survive the daily grind. Inspired by editorials she read from JPC Letters Deputy Editor Prashant Kamat including, “Looking Beyond the PhD”, she sought to help other students successfully complete their Ph.Ds. by offering some […]

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