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ACS Past-President, Joe Francisco (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) and Matthew Michalsaka-Smith (University of Chicago) talk about the importance of international collaboration and why it is vital to your scientific career.
Dr. Rebecca Keiser, Head of the Office of International Science & Technology (OISE) at the National Science Foundation spoke to a live and web audience about the big ideas and processes coming out of the NSF and highlighted the importance of global scientific collaboration.
Every day, thousands of scientists travel around the globe to engage in scientific exchange, training, and collaboration. Learning about the lab safety issues and practices used in the host country should always be a top priority.
Search international scholarships,exchange program, internships, and travel awards by country of destination
Upcoming Opportunity Deadlines
International Exchanges Scheme - Due October 2
Gilman International Scholarship - Due October 2
Independent Research Fellowships - Due October 2
Young Professional Journalist Program - Due October 9
ACS Green Chemistry Institute® Joseph Breen Memorial Fellowship - Due October 12
ACS Green Chemistry Institute® Kenneth G. Hancock Memorial Award - Due October 12
Marshall Scholarships - Due early October
Monday, October 8 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM EDT
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The American Chemical Society and its affiliates have compiled an comprehensive list of resources available to scientists and engineers considering career development or professional transition.
...the data says you should!
ACS past President writes about the importance of international scientific collaborations.
An analysis published in Nature finds that internationally mobile authors have roughly 40% higher citation rates than authors affiliated with only one country.
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