What do AI, pie and an umbrella have in common? A year in review of the CAS Blog
In selecting content for our blog this year, we sought to connect our readers to the deep domain expertise and unique perspectives of our in-house experts and industry partners. We hope our posts help you cut through the hype and inspire new ideas throughout the year, whether you are in pursuit of safer, more effective drugs, designing new materials, embarking on AI and machine learning initiatives or defining your future innovation strategy.
As 2019 comes to a close, we revisit three of our most popular posts to send you into the new year.
CAS Future Leaders: On the trail toward scientific leadership
Celebrating its 10th year, the CAS Future Leaders program awards early-career scientists with essential scientific, business and leadership training and a trip to the ACS National Meeting & Exposition. This year, 29 participants from 16 countries took part in programming related to five leadership themes (Storytelling, Insights, Strategies, Perspectives and Impacts), all designed to help them advance their careers and make meaningful impacts in science.
CAS Future Leaders: Forging friendship, collaboration and success
Have you heard about CAS Future Leaders? Since 2010, the program has provided early-career scientists with essential scientific, business and leadership training to help them make meaningful impacts in science. In the weeks to come, we're sharing "where are they now" stories written by our program alumni. This week's post features Fernando Gomollon Bel and Ben Naman, both participants in our 2014 program.
Digitalization, innovation and analytics: A year (of blogging) in review
In February of this year, we introduced the first ever CAS blog. We set out to provide weekly, short-read posts to help you cut through the hype and set strategic direction with confidence. Written by domain experts leveraging the unique content, technology and scientific expertise of CAS, we focused on topics that are most relevant to your global business strategy, including imperatives for success in sci-tech digitalization, AI and machine learning initiatives; tools and techniques to enhance innovation across your organization; and emerging global science and technology trends and opportunities in pharma, specialty chemicals, cosmetics, materials science and more. As 2018 comes to a close, we highlight three of our most popular posts that best represent these topics.