SynMatter LLC, a minority woman-owned startup located with an Orlando business address, won a $1,000 National Science Foundation Small Business Innovation Research Phase II award to develop a robust, optimized man... more
The election results are in... Congratulations to our new local section officers for 2021!
Dr. Denisia Popolan-Vaida
Chair Elect 2021
Department of Chemistry
University of Central Florida
Dr. Pavithra Pathirathna
The year is winding down, and despite the challenges faced in 2020 we still have much to celebrate. We would like to cordially invite you to attend the Orlando Section’s Annual Awards Banquet which will be held virtually on Saturday, December 5th from 4-6... more
The ACS student chapters at the Florida Institute of Technology (Florida Tech) and the University of Central Florida (UCF) would like to announce a student-organized seminar on Thursday, November 5th at 5PM (announcement attached). This week, we will welc... more
Members are always welcome to join the monthly executive committee meeting!
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and email address before noon Friday. You will be provided a registration confirmation email with the conference # and a pas
Our section is looking for ACS Orlando Communication Team members: would you like to join in? We are looking for students, professionals, and retirees. The creation of the team is one element of the local section’s strategy (... more
We are seeking interested individuals to join the Orlando Section Executive Committee in 2021!
We have several positions up for election, including: Chair Elect, Secretary, Treasurer, and Alternate Councilor. A description of each position is included belo
Do you have a chemistry student who performed at an outstanding level in the classroom, laboratory, and beyond last year? Who among your academic colleagues deserves recognition for making chemistry exciting and fun for students? Do you have a colleague w... more
Submit your nominations for Orlando Section Annual Awards! These awards acknowledge students, faculty, and chemistry professionals in the Orlando area. To nominate an individual, 1) write a letter of nomination stating... more
Bi-Annual Seminar Series
An ACS Orlando Section Outreach Event
The ACS student chapters at the Florida Institute of Technology (Florida Tech) and the University of Central Florida (UCF) organize together a chemistry seminar series, officially sponsored b... more
Chemistry Department at KFUPM invites outstanding candidates to apply for faculty positions in the following specific areas. Successful candidates are anticipated to run an independent research program by attaining peer-reviewed funding. The candidates ar
Greetings Orlando Local Section Chemists,
ACS has 185 Local Sections throughout the country. If you are an ACS member, you are also automatically a member of your local section.
Local sections allow you to:
The ACS Orlando Local Section is grateful to all those who commented on the development of the strategic plan in July. Your feedback has improved the plan with the voices of our membership. W... more
2019 ACS ORLANDO SECTION AWARDS BANQUET
Dear Section Member;
You are cordially invited to attend The Orlando Section’s annual awards banquet.
Saturday, December 7, 2019
11:30 am to 2:00 pm
The Blue Heron restaurant at the Great Outdoors
37 Plantation Drive,... more
257th National Meeting
The 257th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society was held in Orlando, Florida March 31 to April 4, 2019 and was attended by 15,605 registered individuals. The Council meeting was held on April 3.
258th National Meeting
San Diego, CA
The 258th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society was held in San Diego, CA August 25 – 29, 2019 and was attended by 12,409 registered individuals. The Council meeting was held on August 21... more
DID YOU KNOW?
As 2019 winds down, we have a great deal to celebrate from this past year. From the Spring National Meeting to our National Chemistry Week event, our membership has done so many great things! We would like to specifically honor our recent aw... more