FREE WORKSHOP: Master the Publishing Process!

DST & ACS Virtual Workshop
October 30, 2020
18:00-20:00pm IST | 8:30-10:30am EST

The American Chemical Society (ACS) and the Department of Science & Technology (DST), Govt. of India in association with Vigyan Prasar (an autonomous organization under DST) are organizing a series of skill-building workshops for early career researchers focusing on scholarly publishing, peer review, ethics and plagiarism, science communication and careers. The mission of these publishing workshops is to help early career researchers successfully get their research published and advance in their careers.

Before the workshop, send us one ACS journal article which you think is the best from your research field. If your article is the ACS Editors pick, you'll win an exciting gift! Articles should be sent to:

Don't miss the opportunity to network with peers and learn from ACS Editors.

All the DST & ACS Virtual Workshop attendees will receive a 50% discount on ACS membership. You must attend the event to qualify.


Prof. Sarbajit Banerjee

Davidson Chair in Science, Department of Chemistry,
Texas A&M University
Associate Editor, ACS Omega

Prof. Bala Subramaniam

School of Engineering - Chemical & Petroleum Engineering, Dan F. Servey Distinguished Professor & Director of the CEBC, University of Kansas
Executive Editor, ACS Sustainable Chemistry and Engineering

Program Agenda

October 30, 2020

18:00-18:15 IST  |  Opening ACS Presentation
  • Daniel T. Kulp, Director, Editorial Development, ACS Publications  
18:15-18:55 IST  |  Anatomy of a Manuscript
  • Prof. Sarbajit Banerjee, Associate Editor: ACS Omega
18:55-19:20 IST  |  Stages in Publishing
  • Prof. Bala Subramaniam, Executive Editor: ACS Sustainable Chemistry and Engineering
19:20-20:00 IST  |  Meet the Editor (Panel Discussion)
  • Prof. Sarbajit Banerjee & Prof. Bala Subramaniam

Check out the recording of the last virtual DST & ACS Workshop, streamed live on ACS Publications' Facebook Page.

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