Thought leadership and leading the way for the next generation of scientists and engineers
The Science of Underwriters Laboratories webinar series was created to illustrate the implications and applications of Underwriters Laboratories' groundbreaking research. These webinars reach an audience of university professors, their students, STEM professionals and educators.
These webinars highlight and contextualize the world-class research of Underwriters Laboratories. They also provide professionals, educators and students with the tools necessary to take full advantage of Underwriters Laboratories resources.Each webinar features a robust presentation and concludes with a discussion segment with the featured presenter.
- Underwriters Laboratories scientists and researchers are highlighted as subject matter experts and leaders in their respective fields.
- Webinars contextualize the scientific research of Underwriters Laboratories subject matter experts.
The Messy Scientific Process: March 18, 2021
The Messy Scientific Process
This webinar was led by Tom Chapin, Ph.D., Vice President, Research.
Underwriters Laboratories vice president of research, Dr. Tom Chapin, will discuss how the messiness of the scientific process manifests in a career in science – and how we can prepare...
NGSS, STEM and UL Xplorlabs: February 16, 2021
NGSS, STEM and UL Xplorlabs
This webinar was led by Kelly Keena, Ph.D., Director, Education and Outreach.
UL Xplorlabs resources are built from the Next Generation Science Standards’ three-dimensional learning framework. Our director of education, Kelly Keena, Ph.D., will discuss...
Why Standards Matter: April 20, 2021
Why Standards Matter
This webinar was led by Denice Durrant, Standards Program Manager, and Caroline Treuthardt, Standards Engineer.
How is our world designed to keep us safe? Safety standards are more than voltage and temperature requirements. They determine the safety, security...
Chargers and Safety: May 18, 2021
Chargers and Safety
This webinar was led by Judy Jeevarajan, Ph.D., Research Director, Electrochemical Safety.
Lithium-ion batteries power a growing number of devices from earbuds to energy efficient cars. It is important to understand the varied chemistries and chargers that exist...