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RSC Environmental Science Desktop Seminar Series

Covid-19 has significantly impacted the way we communicate with each other, leading to in-person events being cancelled, and disrupting connections across the globe. It is now more important than ever to share the latest research and stay connected with one another.

We are proud to announce a new series of RSC Desktop Seminars, hosted by Environmental Science: Nano, Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology, Environmental Science: Atmospheres and Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts.

The RSC Desktop Seminar Series is an effort to not only replace in-person research seminars during the current pandemic situation but to also expand access for researchers around the world looking to connect to some of the leading minds in the chemical sciences. These Desktop Seminars are taking place within working hours of US and Europe time zones, however we encourage any and all interested to register and attend these free events!

6 October 2020 16:00 BST / 11:00 EDT
“Environmental nanotechnology – looking forward to 2030 and beyond”
Professor Peter Vikesland, Virginia Tech
Environmental Science: Nano Editor-in-Chief

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13 October 2020 16:00 BST / 11:00 EDT
“How virus structure and chemistry impacts environmental fate”
Professor Krista Wigginton, University of Michigan
Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology Associate Editor

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20 October 2020 16:00 BST / 11:00 EDT
“How particle physics experiments at CERN tell us about formation, growth, and climate effects of atmospheric particles”
Professor Neil Donahue, Carnegie Mellon University
Environmental Science: Atmospheres Editor-in-Chief

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27 October 2020 15:00 GMT / 11:00 EDT
“Masters of their fate: Revisiting atmospheric particle deposition and lifetime”
Professor Delphine Farmer, Colorado State University

Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts Editorial Board Member

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We hope that you can join us for these exciting events.

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