EVENT DATE: Thursday, July 24, 2014 @ 2pm ET
How was the rocket that launched the Curiosity Rover to Mars different from the one that took Neil Armstrong to the moon? Join Dr. Larry de Quay of NASA as he explains the physics and chemical processes of rocket engines and some of the analytical methods used in their design. Tune in to learn about the design approaches and challenges, including those addressing material limitations, problematic combustion issues, throttling, and thrust vector control.
EVENT DATE: Thursday, July 31, 2014 @ 2pm ET
Join us to learn how the physicochemical and biopharmaceutic properties of a drug affect its ease of progression through drug development and clinical evaluation as well as the role that chemists play in clinical trials.
EVENT DATE: Thursday, August 7, 2014 @ 2pm ET
There is no need to be so abstract with your abstract. Join us as our professional science writing expert Celia Elliott returns to share how to cut out the fluff, minimize the jargon, and create a clean and concise abstract.