Submit a Story Idea The Department of Chemistry Communications Team promotes research, awards, events and activities of students, faculty and staff afiliated with the department. Please complete the form below to submit a request. Story Idea I am*an undergraduate researchera graduate studenta staff membera postdoctoral scientista faculty memberotherName* First Last Email* My story suggestion is primarily about* an award an event a research topic a person or a group If your story idea covers an event or research publication, please indicate the date on which it occurs or will be published. MM slash DD slash YYYY Is there an embargo associated with this story? (If so, please do not upload or input any content into this form that is not currently public. Email email@example.com for more information.)* Yes No Unsure N/A Most publications require that the university waits until they publish your research first, before it is publicly promoted. It is CRITICAL that you notify department communications if an embargo is in effect and indicate it above. General Description of Project*If there other people we should contact about this story, please list them and their email addresses below.By when do you need this story covered (i.e. a particular date, week, or month)?* To what audiences would you like this content publicized (i.e. general public, chemists, potential students, K-12 teachers, etc.) Will you be available over the next couple of weeks for fact verification and review? If not, please indicate who will approve the content in the Other box below.* Yes No Associated Photos or Graphics Drop files here or Select files Max. file size: 24 MB. Additional Questions for Research StoriesIf you are requesting coverage of a research paper or topic, please also answer the questions below to the best of your ability.Where and When was this published or will this be published?What’s the goal of the research? What questions are you trying to answer?What is the most important or relevant finding of the research?How would you describe the research’s significance to a general audience?What do you hope for the future of this industry or for similar projects?Who or what grants funded the research?Did anyone else supply equipment or money?Who leads the study? What did the others do?Are there collaborators you’d like to include?