ACS International Center™ Resources on Global Scientific Collaboration & Training
The American Chemical Society International Center and its affiliates offer an authoritative breadth of resources available to scientists and engineers looking to engage in international training and collaboration worldwide.
Making the case for global collaboration
The ACS International Center is pleased to bring you a wealth of resources dedicated to expanding your global scientific career. Below are some highlighted resources which make the case for global scientific collaboration.
Could Science Diplomacy Be the Key to Stabilizing International Relations?
How to Form a Research Collaboration
International Collaboration Between Scientists Is Becoming Difficult
Science Without Walls is Good for All
Success in Science Comes Through Collaboration
International Scientific Collaboration Has Become a Must
Institute for International Education's 2017 Open Door Report
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C&EN Jobs: An extensive network of jobs and employment opportunities for chemists and scientific professionals
ACS Career Services: Achieve your career goals with ACS services and resources
ACS Graduate & Postdoctoral Chemist Newsletter: A monthly newsletter with updates, announcements, resources, and news for graduate students and postdocs
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Alternative Careers in Chemistry: Other ways professional chemists are making contributions to chemistry outside traditional roles
International Chemical Sciences Chapter: Grow your network by connecting with other chemists in your area
The ACS International Center has collected a number of resources and statements which relate to scientific mobility and US visas.
Information on applying for a visa to travel to the United States for scientific exchange
Multi-Society Response to Proposed Visa Changes
ACS Statement on Presidential Executive Order on "Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States"
Mobility and Mentoring Project
NAFSA: Statement on Executive Order: "Undermines America's Safety and Values"
Watch these videos to see why global scientific collaboration is critical to your career success!
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