Congratulations to all the students whose posters and presentations have been accepted to the 237th ECS Meeting with the 18th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors (IMCS 2020). A total of 99 posters have been accepted! Whether you are attending or presenting, you have a great opportunity to meet with the best minds in the field. Our leaders can help guide and accelerate your path to success. Build your network and friendships! (more…)
The meeting will feature Jeff Yambrick, from SVOLT Energy Technology Co., Ltd. (Chinese: 蜂巢能源), who will introduce SVOLT Energy, a new and fast-growing player in battery manufacturing space.
The meeting will take place at the Lawrence Technological University (21000 West Ten Mile Road, Southfield, MI 48075) Building #5 (Taubman Welcome Center) 4th floor, Room 406. (more…)
The Electrochemical Society relies upon the technical expertise and judgement of the many individuals who, as reviewers, help to maintain the high standards characteristic of the Society’s peer-reviewed journals. In 2019, 3,693 individuals supported the Society’s long-standing commitment to ensuring both the technical quality of the works published, as well as the integrity and validity of the peer review the community provides. ECS greatly appreciates the time and effort put forth by these individuals, and the Society would like to express a sincere thank-you for their hard work and support. (more…)
This led to the workshop “Closing the Loop on the Plastics Dilemma”—hosted by the Chemical Sciences Roundtable in Washington, DC—which asked chemists, chemical engineers, and participants in related fields to reimagine how plastics are created, used, and managed.
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicines shares what took place at the May 2019 workshop, including presentations and discussions, available now in the Proceedings in Brief. (more…)
Your vote counts!
As a member-led, member-driven Society, there is no better way to share in the stewardship of this amazing organization than by exercising your right to vote in the upcoming ECS election.
We have an outstanding slate of dedicated volunteers, each of whom has a long and distinguished history of service to the Society and the field.
Follow the links below to view candidate biographies and cast your vote for the 2020 ECS officer nominees. (more…)
The award recognizes promising young engineers and scientists in the field of electrochemical power sources who are pursuing a PhD degree at a Canadian university, consisting of a $1,500 (CAD) prize!
Candidates must be nominated by a university faculty member. (more…)
Join us as the Joint International Meeting of The Electrochemical Society (ECS), The Electrochemical Society of Japan (JECS), and The Korean Electrochemical Society (KECS) comes to the Hawaii Convention Center and the Hilton Hawaiian Village in Honolulu, HI from October 4-9, 2020!
PRiME 2020 will be one of the largest meetings on electrochemical and solid-state science, featuring over 50 symposia in the following areas:
Looking to reach leading researchers and engineers in electrochemistry and solid state science? The exhibitions at the ECS biannual meetings are perfect opportunities to highlight your products and services to this group.
Each exhibition has from 35 to 40 exhibitors and includes the technical poster sessions. This is a great venue for networking and engaging with ECS meeting attendees. (more…)
The Electrochemical Society honors 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize laureates, John B. Goodenough, M. Stanley Whittingham, and Akira Yoshino, by the launch of a new collection highlighting their scientific contributions published by ECS. In addition, ECS recognizes their contributions in the winter 2019 issue of Interface, now available online.
Goodenough, Whittingham, and Yoshino have been deeply involved with The Electrochemical Society—as members, authors, editors, fellows, meeting participants and organizers, awardees, and more. Their publications with ECS, to varying degrees, trace the history of the development of the Lithium-ion battery, the revolutionary invention for which they shared the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. (more…)
In “Approaches for the Electrochemical Interrogation of DNA-Based Sensors: A Critical Review,” Miguel Aller Pellitero, Alexander Shaver, and Netzahualcóyotl (Netz) Arroyo-Currás reviewed the specific advantages of the electroanalytical methods most commonly used for the interrogation of DNA-based sensors.
Arroyo-Currás, ECS member and associate editor, Journal of the Electrochemical Society sensors technical area, provided more background information to the article in response to questions from the ECS Blog.
What are DNA-based electrochemical sensors?
These are measurement platforms that employ any form of DNA as the molecular recognition element. We must remember that electrochemistry is extremely sensitive (for example, there is significant work regarding stochastic detection of single entities like molecules, nanoparticles and whole cells and viruses) but lacks specificity; thus, relying on the molecular binding properties of DNA allows us to selectively detect molecules even in complex biological environments. (more…)