RSC Symposium at ACS Spring 2024: Showcasing Emerging Investigators and Future Perspectives

We are delighted to announce a special journal Symposium taking place at ACS Spring 2024 on Wednesday 20th March.

This symposium will highlight high-quality, cutting-edge research carried out by rising stars in the environmental sciences, including presentations from members of our Editorial Boards as well as the recent Emerging Investigators of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Environmental Science journals – Environmental Science: Advances, Environmental Science: Atmospheres,  Environmental Science: NanoEnvironmental Science: Processes & Impacts and Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology.

More information about ACS Spring can be found here, in addition to information on how to register

Symposium details:

When: Wednesday 20th March (all-day)
Where: Room 224 (Ernst N. Morial Convention Center)

Speakers and talk titles:

8:35 AM Rachel O’Brien University of Michigan
Chemical characteristics of indoor aerosol particles and surface films

9:05 AM Jasquelin Peña UC Davis (Associate Editor, Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts)
Molecular-scale biogeochemistry of wildfire ash and burned soil: Implications for nutrient and metal cycles

9:35 AM Mohamed Ateia US EPA
PFAS-free alternatives: tools to avoid regrettable substitutions

10:25 AM Grace Thoburn Royal Society of Chemistry
Environmental Science Journals of the Royal Society of Chemistry

10:35 AM Chiara Giorio University of Cambridge
Contrasting solubilities and dissolution kinetics of particle-bound metals in fog and in a surrogate lung fluid

11:05 AM Kerri Pratt University of Michigan
Investigating atmospheric ClNO2(g) production from the reaction of N2O5(g) with the saline snowpack

11:35 AM Manabu Shiraiwa UC Irvine
Multiphase Chemistry of reactive oxygen species in outdoor and indoor environments

2:05 PM Jeseth Delgado Vela Duke University
Genetic potential for phage-phage and phage-bacterial communication in wastewater treatment processes

2:35 PM Branko Kerkez University of Michigan (Editorial Board member, Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology)
Murky waters: untangling the role of AI in water management

3:05 PM Fangqiong Ling Washington University in St. Louis
Towards more accurate insights from wastewater-based epidemiology

3:50 PM Briana Aguila-Ames New College of Florida
Kinetics of diopside reactivity for carbon mineralization in mafic–ultramafic rocks

4:20 PM Yaqi You SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Carbonaceous materials as a modulator of plant rhizosphere: New insights into the microbiome and metabolome

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