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September 9, 2015

C&EN Virtual Symposium Keynote Q&A with Christopher P. Austin, M.D.

By Sondra Hadden

On September 16, 2015, scientists from biotech, pharma and academia will present the latest research findings and new technologies that are driving the design, discovery and development of new drugs – from traditional small molecules and biologics to cutting-edge gene-editing and immunological technologies. Speakers will present the latest advances in identifying promising drug targets, verifying […]

  • C&EN
  • Drug Development
  • Drug Discovery
  • Researcher

September 9, 2015

Ten Fictional Chemists to Inspire You to Greatness

By Katherine Stevens

Science in media is rarely portrayed as it is in real life—that’s why we call it science fiction. No matter how sound or unsound the science is in your favorite show or movie, chances are you’ve come across a character whose work in science has influenced you in some way. Here are some of our […]

  • ACS Members
  • Authors
  • Researchers
Interesting chemistry topics

September 4, 2015

15 of the Hottest Research Topics in Chemistry

By Renee John

Virtual Collections include Virtual Issues, Special Issues and Thematic Collections of chemistry research from ACS journals. These collections reflect topics of current scientific interest and are designed for experienced investigators and chemistry educators alike. Below are our most recent collections from April 2015 to June 2015.   The community at large recognizes the need to […]

  • Accounts of Chemical Research
  • ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces
  • ACS Catalysis
  • ACS Select
  • ACS Select Virtual Issue
  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Bioconjugate Chemistry
  • Chemical Reviews
  • Chemistry of Materials
  • Crystal Growth and Design
  • Energy and Fuels
  • Hottest Chemistry Research Topics
  • I&EC Research
  • Organic Letters
  • The Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry
  • The Journal of Organic Chemistry
  • The Journal of Physical Chemistry
  • The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters
  • Virtual Issue
  • Virtual Special Issue

September 1, 2015

Take 5 Minutes to Raise Your Article’s Impact

By Renee John

The Drug Annotations series was launched in 2014 to highlight newly approved drugs or clinical candidates that are likely to provide significant patient benefits over existing therapies. Watch Dr. Jeff Zablocki, Journal of Medicinal Chemistry Drug Annotations Editor from Gilead Sciences Inc. introduce the Drug Annotations series, describes its impact on the field and provides advice to authors interested in […]

  • Authors
  • Journal of Medicinal Chemistry

September 1, 2015

3 Ways Researchers Can Boost Their Social Media Savvy

By Andrew Clinton

Social networks have become far more than just a way to stay close to family and friends. These digital communities are now a commonplace tool for scientists and publishers alike to collaborate, evaluate, and gain exposure to goings-on in their scientific communities. How has social media transitioned from a fun distraction to a professional asset? […]

  • Facebook
  • LinkedIn
  • Researchers
  • Twitter

August 14, 2015

CHEMOJI – A new Chemistry Keyboard from the American Chemical Society

By Sondra Hadden

We here at the American Chemical Society like texting our friends from the lab or library as much as you do! Let your crew know you’re working late in the lab, tell everyone your paper was accepted by JACS, and send your PI a research update with your very own chemistry emoji set by downloading […]

  • Authors
  • C&EN
  • CAS
  • Chemoji
  • JACS
  • Multimedia
  • Researchers

August 14, 2015

Donor-Acceptor Polymers Special Issue and Podcast

By Wendy Wise

Hear from Dr. Klaus Muellen on the importance of donor acceptor polymers and how research in this field can help solve for challenges in materials science and existing real word problems.

  • Accounts of Chemical Research
  • Authors
  • Chemistry of Materials
  • JACS
  • Macromolecules
  • Multimedia
  • Researchers

August 14, 2015

Are Invisibility Cloaks Possible?

By Angela Walker

Have you ever wished you could hide under an invisibility cloak like Harry Potter or conceal your car with a Klingon cloaking device like in Star Trek?

  • ACS Photonics
  • Authors
  • Meta Materials
  • Multimedia
  • Researchers

August 14, 2015

ACS Launches New Interdisciplinary Journal Focused on Modern Sensor Science

By Selenah Njoloma

Although interest in and demand for sensors research and commercialization is flourishing, the field has lacked a dedicated, peer-reviewed journal to showcase high-quality research and to champion sensor-related education. Until now.

  • ACS Sensors
  • Authors
  • C&EN
  • Journal
  • Researchers