Top 5 ECS Videos in 2017

The following is a roundup of the most watched videos on ECS’s YouTube channel in 2017.

1. Your donation can Free the Science

ECS’s Free the Science initiative aims to move toward a future that embraces open science. Learn how you can help support this long-term vision for transformative change in the traditional models of communicating scholarly research.

2. Join our community

The Society’s membership continues to have a profound impact on the global society. Notable members include Intel co-founder Gordon Moore; Allen Bard, who is regarded as the father of modern electrochemistry; and Esther Takeuchi, who invented the battery that powers pacemakers. See why ECS members value being a part of the Society.

3. Steven Chu on solving global issues

Former U.S. Secretary of Energy and Nobel Laureate, Steven Chu, delivered the ECS Lecture at the 2017 232nd ECS Meeting. Watch his entire talk, “The Role of Electrochemistry in our Transition to Sustainable Energy.”

4. A word from our student members

Student membership includes eligibility to apply for ECS awards, summer fellowships and travel grants to ECS biannual meetings. Network with other students, faculty, and professionals in the field. Hear directly from a few student members on the benefits of joining the ECS community.

5. Interview with Lubomyr Romankiw

In the latest installment of the ECS Masters series, we sat down with Lubomyr Romankiw. Romankiw started at IBM in 1962. He is an IBM Fellow and researcher at IBM’s Thomas J. Watson Research Center, a member of the IBM Academy of Technology, co-inventor of over 65 U.S. patents, author of 150 papers, and member of the U.S. National Inventor’s Hall of Fame.

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