Mastering the Art of Scientific Publication: The Webinar Series


“As new researchers generate their first results, they face the challenge of mastering the art of scientific publication in order to present their results and to draw attention to their new scientific findings. Whether or not we want to describe science in such terms, scientific publishing is competitive in nature, and thus younger scientists must vie with their more experienced peers for recognition. While the electronic age has made the publication process easier and quicker, optimizing the structure of a scientific paper requires a certain degree of skill and proficiency.”

— From the Editorial by Jillian M. Buriak, Prashant V. Kamat, George C. Schatz, and Paul S. Weiss

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Speakers:

Vincent Rotello
Editor-in-Chief: Bioconjugate Chemistry
Charles A. Goessman Professor of Chemistry
Professor, Program in Molecular and Cell Biology
Adjunct Professor, Department of Polymer Science and Engineering
University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Jonathan Sweedler
Editor-in-Chief: Analytical Chemistry
Director of the School of Chemical Sciences
James R. Eiszner Family Endowed Chair in Chemistry
Center for Advanced Study Professor of Chemistry
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign


William Tolman
Editor-in-Chief: Inorganic Chemistry
Distinguished McKnight University Professor and Chair, Department of Chemistry
University of Minnesota

Key Learning Objectives for Part 6:
• Finding out the answers to your most frequently asked questions about the publication process







Speaker:



Prashant V. Kamat
Deputy Editor: The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters
Zahm Professor of Science, University of Notre Dame

Key Learning Objectives for Part 1:
• Getting ready and creating a figure-based outline
• Identifying key points of the research theme
• Tips to compose an attractive title
• Writing an effective abstract
• Telling a scientific story with your own compelling thoughts

Speaker:



Jillian M. Buriak
Editor-in-Chief: Chemistry of Materials
Professor of Chemistry, University of Alberta

Key Learning Objectives for Part 2:
• Four tests for your ToC image
• Maximizing the longevity of your research
• Common graphical errors and how to correct them
• How to decide what citations to include


Live from the 2015 ACS Spring National Meeting in Denver, five esteemed Editors-in-Chief will share their personal accounts of publishing manuscripts in top scientific journals. Hear their stories. Learn from their experiences.

Speakers:



Carolyn Bertozzi
Editor-in-Chief: ACS Central Science
Howard Hughes Medical Institute, University of California, Berkeley





Jillian M. Buriak
Editor-in-Chief: Chemistry of Materials
Professor of Chemistry, University of Alberta





Prashant V. Kamat
Deputy Editor: The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters
Zahm Professor of Science, University of Notre Dame





George Schatz
Editor-in-Chief: The Journal of Physical Chemistry
Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, Northwestern University





Paul Weiss
Editor-in-Chief: ACS Nano
Distinguished Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry and of Materials Science & Engineering
University of California, Los Angeles



Speaker:




George Schatz
Editor-in-Chief: The Journal of Physical Chemistry
Charles E. and Emma H. Morrison Professor,
Northwestern University

Key Learning Objectives for Part 4:
• Selecting a journal
• The cover letter
• Previous submission history
• Author and funding information
• Corresponding author
• Agreement from all authors


Speaker:


Paul Weiss
Editor-in-Chief: ACS Nano
Distinguished Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry,
& Materials Science & Engineering
University of California, Los Angeles

Key Learning Objectives for Part 5:
• What you may not have known
• Why only some papers get accepted
• Overcoming the myths






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