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NEWSWISE FAST PITCH

Weekly events giving members the opportunity to meet with journalists online and pitch their story ideas.

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EVENT REGISTRATION

Stephen Ritter, Chemical & Engineering News

Steve is interested in stories about new types of molecules including new 3D constructs of the fullerene genre, also green or sustainable chemistry, and ways to reduce chemical toxicity or the environmental footprint of technology.

Wednesday, Nov 2, 2016, 2:00pm - 2:30pm EST

EVENT DESCRIPTION

Our Fast Pitch session (a virtual event) with Stephen Ritter, Chemical & Engineering News, is scheduled for Wed, Nov. 2, 2 pm EDT.

Steve is interested in chemistry, especially synthetic chemistry of new molecules. He is looking at new ways of scrambling the Periodic Table.

He is interested in stories about new types of molecules including new 3D constructs of the fullerene genre, also green or sustainable chemistry, and ways to reduce chemical toxicity or the environmental footprint of technology.

In medicinal chemistry, he looks for stories about the toxicity of chemical, endocrine disruptors, and how to evaluate and protect from chemicals, etc.

You can see Steve stories at C&EN

Pitches are more powerful if you share visuals; if this is new, we'll show you how to screenshare.

The event with Steve will last no longer than 30 minutes. After each pitch (no longer than 90 seconds, and we will be rigorous time keepers), he will have the opportunity to ask questions. The goals are:
1. To give Steve some great story ideas.
2. Demonstrate how useful this virtual meetings technology can be for events such as this (nobody has to travel, but communication and engagement are not compromised).
3. Help PIOs promote their experts and learn to pitch well.
4. Promote good relationships and collaboration.


Registration is closed for this event.

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