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1. ABC ScienceABC Documents
2. Advances in Materials Science and Engineering - An Open Access JournalAdvances in Materials Science and Engineering is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles as well as review articles in all areas of materials Science and engineering.
The most recent Impact Factor for Advances in Materials Science and Engineering is 0.415 according to 2011 Journal Citation Reports released by Thomson Reuters (ISI) in 2012.
3. American GeoSciences InstituteThe American GeoSciences Institute is a nonprofit federation of geoscientific and professional associations that represents more than 250,000 geologists, geophysicists, and other earth scientists. Founded in 1948, AGI provides information services to geoscientists, serves as a voice of shared interests in our profession, plays a major role in strengthening geoScience education, and strives to increase public awareness of the vital role the geoSciences play in society's use of resources, resilience to natural hazards, and the health of the environment.
4. American GeoSciences Institute - PublicationsA complete list of AGI Publications.
5. American Institute of Physics (AIP)Dedicated to the advancement of physics, AIP serves a federation of physical Science societies, and provides leadership through its own programs and publications.
6. Arizona State University - School of Life SciencesSince I came to ASU and SOLS in 2005, I feel like I've joined a real community with a sense of shared mission. Taking SOLS forward will be an exciting challenge and an amazing opportunity to work with wonderful students, staff, faculty and alumni to build on the strengths found in SOLS' highly collaborative, interdisciplinary framework.
We all owe Rob Page a debt of gratitude for the hard work and leadership he has shown molding SOLS from very separate departmental entities and advancing what is now such a cohesive framework. His success is admirable. I know that we all wish him well and look forward to working with him as our new Vice Provost and Dean of College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
How will our next three to five years look? I want to hear your ideas as we go forward about the "SOLS to come." We have some significant challenges before us, from the changing budget picture to the historically low funding rates for sponsored projects. To be sure, facing these challenges will call on us all to choose approaches that are creative and proactive, while also sustaining, and even expanding our mission. However, we are drawing from a place of strength in this effort, able to capitalize on the strong infrastructure built in SOLS and supported by the many new faculty hires of the past few years, the significant grant funding we historically have had and development of interdisciplinary undergraduate and graduate degree programs. In particular, I envision three new initiatives for SOLS under my tenure 1) pursuit of multidisciplinary, collaborative research proposals, 2) the establishment of new technologies to enhance classroom education, and 3) the extension of innovations in graduate education, including a move toward interfacing biology with art and design programs, and promotion of training in creative scientific communication strategies.
What is ahead can and will be built with some of the world's most creative scientists, students, educators and creative partners. What more could a director wish for?
Brian H. Smith
Professor and Director, School of Life Sciences
7. ASM Materials Camp - Teachers CampsSupported by individual contributions, the ASM Materials Education Foundation and ASM International collaborate to provide exciting opportunities for young people, encouraging them to pursue careers in materials, Science and engineering.
View the ASM Materials Education Foundation Group on Facebook
View an overview presentation about the Foundation (Microsoft PowerPoint)
Students are encouraged to learn more about many exciting ASM Foundation programs including ASM Materials Camps, student scholarships, grants, leadership training and contests. High school seniors can search for materials Science and engineering programs offered by North American colleges and universities.
Educators specializing in STEM (Science, technology, engineering, mathematics) can attend a FREE 40-hour materials Science workshop designed to make Science more exciting and fun. Learn more about applying for grants and awards, and exchange ideas in the educators forum and find helpful resources for curriculum and classroom activities.
8. Australian National University - College of Medicine, Biology and EnvironmentThe ANU College of Medicine, Biology and Environment (CMBE) brings together biological, clinical, population health and environmental Sciences in four schools: the John Curtin School of Medical Research, the Research School of Biology, the School of Health and Psychological Sciences and the Fenner School of Environment and Society.
9. Australian National University - Department of Theoretical PhysicsThe Department of Theoretical Physics in the Research School of Physics and Engineering at the Australian National University performs research at the highest international levels in selected areas of theoretical, mathematical and computational physics. The Department is host to the Optical Sciences Group. The Department also hosts the ANU Centre for Mathematical and Theoretical Physics which aims to foster fundamental research by organising topical research workshops, and plays an important national role in postgraduate education by holding annual graduate-level Physics Summer Schools.
10. Australian National University - Physical and Mathematical SciencesOur focus is on outstanding Science research and teaching. Class sizes are smaller than in other leading Australian universities and the quality of teaching is further enhanced by the strong synergies with our world-class research program. Most of our teaching staff are involved in research, and are committed to assisting you learn Science through discovery.