• Region Board Chair discussions at the 2020 Leadership Institute

    Fellow ACS Region Board Chairs / Vice-Chairs,   Since registration has now opened for the 2020 Leadership Institute I checked back with Lee Latimer on where things stood with organizing a region board summit on...
  • Elevator Speech

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  • Networking with Instructional Lab Coordinators/Managers

    Hi, I'm a senior Lab Coordinator for the general chemistry instructional labs program and am looking to network with other lab managers and coordinators at more specifically at the university level (but all in the edu...
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  • Retired Chemist Become World War 2 History Author

    After a 37 year career as a R&D director and research chemist in the food industry, I retired in 2012, consulted for two years and then spent 4 years researching a topic in World War 2 history- GIs who served in t...
  • Seeking help with formulating 

    I’m trying to figure out the basics of the construction of a product I’m creating and have no idea how to formulate it. Help would be greatly appreciated. 
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  • Upcoming ACS Webinar on Tasty Culinary Chemistry

    Tasty Culinary Chemistry - ACS Webinars™   Date: Thursday, September 20, 2012 Time: 2:00-3:00 pm ET Fee: Free   Learn how your knowledge of chemistry can enhance your cooking. Join Guy Crosby, back by...
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  • SCHB Philadelphia Preview

    Philadelphia Preview SCHB's program for ACS 259th National Meeting in Philadelphia, March 22-26, 2020, theme: Macromolecular Chemistry: The Second Century, is closing soon! See: https://callforpapers.acs.org/philade...
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  • Application of Fragment Libraries in Drug Discovery

    As an efficient method to accelerate the process of drug discovery, fragment screening has been widely recognized in academic and commercial fields. The FBDD method usually first determines the affinity of a water-sol...
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  • 2 Minutes A Day

    My name is Sasha Kozlov, and I am a volunteer with Chemists Without Borders. I am reaching out to ask if you may be interested in contributing to our new project: 2 Minutes A Day. The goal of the project is to build a...
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  • Interview With a Chemist

    Hello Chemists! For my English class I need an interview with someone in the field I plan to pursue. Anyone willing to help is much appreciated. These questions are not just for an interview but also to help me gain a...
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  • Chemical Art

    Saw this artwork with combination of images and chemical structures - nice on mugs or shirts.   http://society6.com/chemprof  
    James Hanson
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  • Looking for non phenol alternative to BPA for thermal paper that will pass or do better on GreenScreen (something like citric acid prefer non yellow

    Looking for non phenol alternative to BPA for thermal paper that will pass or do better on GreenScreen (something like citric acid prefer non yellow). Looking for ideas will do chem hazard assessment on any ideas thr...
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  • High-throughput Screening

    High-throughput screening technology is a method for screening candidate drugs that interact with targets from a large number of drug samples by using microplates containing molecules (such as enzymes and receptors) a...
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  • API Synthesis

    Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) is defined by U.S. Food & Drug Administration as: any substance or mixture of substances intended to be used as the active ingredient in the manufacture of a drug (medicinal)...
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  • What Is Medicinal Chemistry?

    Medicinal chemistry is an integrated discipline which links many scientific fields in researching and developing new drugs. Medicinal chemistry deals with the design, optimization and development of chemical compounds...
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  • Role of Screening Libraries in Drug Discovery

    Screening libraries play a central role in modern drug discovery. They can be used to help produce new, pharmaceutical and lead-based screening compounds based on drug discovery in the ever-changing demands of industr...
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  • Looking for chemist partner for new product used daily

    Hi - I'm looking to partner with a chemist, preferably demographically located near South Florida (but not 100% necessary) on a creating the proper elements of product that would really ease the way individuals and bu...
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  • Products with Natural Products

    Has anybody seen these products at Society6?  Coffee cups, t-shirts, posters with complex natural product structures and classic illustrations of the natural source material (plant, animal, etc.).  Pretty Co...
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  • Guidelines for Posting Job Opportunities

    If you have any position announcements you'd like to share with the Geochemistry division community, please create a discussion post containing the position title, contact information and a closing date for appli...
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  • Guidelines for Posting Job Opportunities

    If you have any position announcements you'd like to share with the Geochemistry division community, please create a discussion post containing the position title, contact information and a closing date for appli...
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