Information, insights, and advice for ACS industry members
January 23, 2020
Today’s issue includes a new feature, an infographic. This particular infographic tells you what traits industry CTOs most highly value in their scientists. Be sure to check it out.
Ken Fivizzani reminds us about the importance of communicating chemical hazards through applying properly prepared labels on containers. Ken shares a number of practical solutions to help in this practice. Dan Daly, Entrepreneur and Consultant (and former Director, the Alabama Innovation and Mentoring of Entrepreneur Center), talks about how risk-aversion can be managed in a way to permit a more objective assessment of your entrepreneurial mindset and ideas. It’s a must-read for chemistry-connected entrepreneurs, both present and future. Jahari Soward answers the question: How can I distinguish between needing a new job vs changing careers? And finally, our LinkedIn Learning summary focuses on delivering employee feedback.
"One of the most effective ways to communicate chemical hazards is the proper preparation of labels for the containers. In general, all samples of laboratory or manufacturing chemicals or solutions of such samples must be labeled with..." Read More
Submit an Abstract to the Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference
ACS GCI invites you to submit an abstract to the 24th Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference that will be held in downtown Seattle, Washington June 16-18. This year’s Conference symposia will revolve around the theme of "Systems-Inspired Design," driving the sustainable chemical life cycle. Take a moment tobrowse the symposia and submit an abstractbefore February 17, 2020