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Richard Lord
The Western Michigan ACS group will be attempting to set the World Record for the largest periodic table. In addition to the record attempt, there will be hands-on demonstrations and other STEM activities for people of all ages to enjoy.
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Sarah-Marie Saatori
  Role: Lead Scientist   Kinnos is a Brooklyn-based company founded by three Columbia alumni to protect healthcare workers and patients from infection. Their first product, Highlight, is an additive for disinfectants that colorizes surfaces to ensure full coverage and then fades in color in real-time to indicate when decontamination is done.… (Show more)
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Richard Lord
Click to view contentThe Western Michigan ACS group is attempting to break a Guinness World Record for the largest periodic table ever made. There are still plenty of volunteering options available if you want to participate in the event or just attend. More information may be found by following the link to this page: International Year of the Periodic Table 
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Brooke Campbell
Do you have intrinsic curiosity about the world around you?     We’re looking for co-op, intern, or full time chemist/engineer for the Support Team, which works to ensure that customers succeed through partnering with BTG Labs. The Support Team is accountable for ensuring customers are successful and their experience with BTG Labs is positive.… (Show more)
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Matthew Mio
Hello, SSG:   Matt Mio, here. SOCED undergrad programming for San Francisco Meeting 2010, reporting for duty.   I am sorry to report that a few of my original ideas for presenters in a "Green Jobs" Undergrad Careers in Chemistry symposium have fizzled out.   I'd be happy to take any suggestions on leads for folks who would be interested in… (Show more)
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John Garner
Click to view contentOne treatment option for bladder cancer is delivery of chemotherapeutics directly into the bladder itself (Intravesical Therapy). Delivery of chemotherapeutics to bladder cancer tumors by this method is difficult due to the low permeability of the bladder, periodic voiding, and other limitations. Recently, researchers at University of Reading… (Show more)
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John Garner
Click to view contentThere are a multitude of nanoparticle strategies currently in development for applications towards treatment of cancer. Despite this, there is still a great deal which remains to be discovered in terms of the exact nature of the nanoparticle/biological interactions. Additionally, the optimal formulation approach remains to be determined. Recently,… (Show more)
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John Garner
Registration deadlines for BPCR, a free, 1-day scientific-networking conference hosted by Akina, Inc. on Aug 28, 2019, are approaching. See more and register at bpcrconference.com PRESENT/EXHIBIT: Registration to present or exhibit closes August 20th at midnight (EST). ATTEND: Registration to attend closes August 25th at midnight (EST).   Note… (Show more)
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