Category: Social Media

March 7, 2017

Exploring the Future of Energy Storage on Reddit

By Emma Weckerling

On February 21, ACS Publications hosted a Reddit AMA session with ACS Energy Letters Editor-in-Chief Prashant Kamat to discuss peer review, light energy conversion and more. Kamat is the inaugural editor of ACS Energy Letters and is also a principal scientist at the Radiation Laboratory at the University of Notre Dame. His research group focuses on multidisciplinary insight […]

February 24, 2017

Communicating the Impact of Climate Change on Reddit

By Katherine Stevens

On February 14, ACS hosted a Reddit AMA with ACS Expert Andy Jorgensen on communicating climate change information with non-scientists. Jorgensen is an Associate Professor of Chemistry and Environmental Sciences at the University of Toledo, where works with his students to understand how people learn scientific principles. His most recent work includes developing educational materials […]

  • Reddit
malaria treatment and open source drug discovery

October 13, 2016

Exploring Malaria Treatment and Open Source Drug Discovery on Reddit

By Katherine Stevens

On October 4, ACS Publications hosted a Reddit AMA with researchers Matthew Todd and Alice E. Williamson of the Open Source Malaria Consortium. Mat and Alice recently published a paper in ACS Central Science on open source drug discovery and its impact on a new treatment for malaria. Their research could have a major impact […]

  • Drug Discovery
  • malaria
  • open source

October 6, 2016

Reddit Goes Green with Crystal Growth & Design

By Katherine Stevens

On September 27, ACS Publications hosted an Ask Me Anything (AMA) session with Crystal Growth & Design Editor-in-Chief Robin D. Rogers. Professor Rogers is an expert in the field of green chemistry, particularly in the use of ionic liquids in sustainable technologies. He currently serves as the Canada Excellence Research Chair in Green Chemistry and […]

  • Reddit
Stefano Tonzani

August 30, 2016

Get the Inside Scoop on Publishing With Stefano Tonzani

By Katherine Stevens

On August 16, ACS Publications hosted an Ask Me Anything session with ACS Omega Executive Editor Stefano Tonzani to discuss the publishing process, open access, and more. Stefano is well-versed in the scientific publishing world, having worn many hats over the course of his career. With the launch of his “baby”—ACS Omega, ACS Publications’ newest […]

  • open access
best chemistry blog

July 18, 2016

Best Chemistry Blogs: 5 Science Blogs Worth Bookmarking

By Jesse Stanchak

ACS Axial offers new blog posts for chemists every day. But it isn’t the only great blog for chemists out there. As a service to readers, we occasionally highlight the best chemistry blogs. Check out our list of the best chemistry blogs. Each blog on this list is worth a bookmark: Scientific publishing is full […]

  • blogs

July 11, 2016

Reddit Discovers the Latest Developments in Nanoscience

By Katherine Stevens

On July 5, ACS Publications hosted an Ask Me Anything (AMA) on Reddit’s r/Science with Professor Chad A. Mirkin to discuss what’s new in nanoscience and more. Professor Mirkin teaches chemistry, biomedical engineering, materials science, and medicine at Northwestern University, and is the Director of the International Institute for Nanotechnology. He is best known for […]

  • Chad A. Mirkin
  • nanoscience
  • Reddit

June 22, 2016

Reddit Explores the Future of Urban Water Systems

By Katherine Stevens

On June 7, ACS Publications Editor and Professor David L. Sedlak joined forces to host an Ask Me Anything (AMA) on Reddit’s r/Science on the topic of urban water systems and what is happening with the world’s water supplies. Professor Sedlak teaches courses on Environmental Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, Co-Director of the […]

  • AMA
  • Reddit
  • water
Carolyn R. Bertozzi

June 14, 2016

#AskCarolyn: Carolyn Bertozzi Answers Reader Questions on Twitter

By Chi Wang

ACS Central Science Editor-in-Chief Carolyn Bertozzi maintains an active profile on Twitter. She recently hosted a question-and-answer session on the network, taking followers’ questions about writing papers, working with teams, and her own research experience. If you missed the chat, check out some of the highlights below—or search #AskCarolyn on Twitter to see more questions and […]

  • Carolyn Bertozzi
  • Twitter chat

June 2, 2016

Reddit Joins the Quest for New Antibiotics

By Katherine Stevens

On May 24, ACS Publications and Professor Gerry Wright of McMaster University teamed up to host an Ask Me Anything (AMA) on Reddit’s r/AskScience covering antibiotics research and more. Professor Wright is the Director of the Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Infectious Disease Research and an Associate Editor at ACS Infectious Diseases. His work is […]

  • AMA
  • antibiotic resistance
  • Reddit
twitter

May 4, 2016

6 ACS Journal Editors You Need to Follow on Twitter

By Jesse Stanchak

Social tools like Twitter have changed the way the world communicates. Social networks help us connect with fascinating people from all walks of life, in all manner of disciplines, from all over the world. You can use Twitter to get news and views from politicians, musicians, business leaders and yes, even chemists. Twitter is full of institutional accounts […]

  • ACS Central Science
  • Chemistry of Materials
  • Environmental Science & Technology
  • Environmental Science & Technology Letters
  • Inorganic Chemistry
  • Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation
  • Organometallics
  • Social Media
  • Twitter
Pacifichem

December 4, 2015

Pacifichem 2015: Learn to Tweet with the Stars

By Katherine Stevens

If you think “tweet” is something a bird does, it may be time we had a chat. Social media has an increasing presence in the scientific community, but many scientists are unsure of how to go about cultivating their online presence. Join us at Pacifichem 2015 on December 17 for Social Media Workshop for Chemists: […]

October 27, 2015

Combi Chem Is Not Dead!

By Angela Walker

Tune into this fascinating Reddit AMA today at 1:00PM EST with ACS Combinatorial Science Editor-in-Chief, M.G. Finn. He’ll discuss his research and explain why, in his view, the field is very much alive. Dr. Finn’s group does research in a variety of areas that seek to develop molecular function. They define “molecular” in ways that […]

  • ACS Combinatorial Science

October 20, 2015

What’s Next for Sensors Research?

By Selenah Njoloma

When nonscientists think of advanced sensors, images of Star Trek’s “tricorder” often come to mind. The tricorder could detect contamination, sense approaching enemies, and give quick evaluations of an individual’s health (even one of a non-human species). As J. Justin Gooding, editor-in-chief of ACS Sensors explains, however, this depiction of sensors couldn’t be further from […]

  • ACS Sensors

October 8, 2015

Now on YouTube: The ACS Nanotation Video Playlist!

By Heather Tierney

ACS Nanotation is a community-driven multimedia forum spearheaded by ACS Nano Editor-in-Chief Paul Weiss and presented by ACS Publications. It is the premier destination for nanoscience and nanotechnology news, highlights, and community. Recently, the forum consisted of only a Facebook page by the same name, as well as the @ACSNanotation, @ACSNano and @NanoLetters Twitter feeds. […]

  • ACS Nano
  • Nano Letters

September 14, 2015

Show Off Your ACS Chemcation!

By Andrew Clinton

Summer is almost over and schools are back in session. Whether it was working in the lab, attending an ACS sponsored event, or keeping any of the ACS journals handy on the beach, ACS Publications wants to know what you have been up to this summer. Relive your summer memories by entering into the #ACSChemcation […]

  • #ACSChemcation

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