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Delphi high school teacher wins regional chemistry teaching award
Patricia A. Mason, a chemistry teacher at Delphi High School in Delphi, Ind., is being honored with the Great Lakes Regional High School Chemistry Teaching Award from the American Chemical Society. (2001-06-06)
Wiley publishes Van Nostrand's Encyclopedia of Chemistry, Fifth Edition, in January 2005
Maintaining the accessibility, succinctness, and comprehensiveness of Van Nostrand Reinhold Encyclopedia of Chemistry, VAN NOSTRAND'S ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CHEMISTRY, FIFTH EDITION still represents the benchmark chemical reference for individual researchers and students. (2005-01-14)
'Kids & Chemistry Live!' event mixes kids, chemists and chemistry
ACS members, including undergraduate chemistry students, professional chemists, chemical engineers and former classroom science teachers, will share chemical demonstrations and interactive experiments with participating children and their families. (2002-03-28)
Montgomery County chemistry teacher wins regional award
Chemistry teacher Elena Andrys Pisciotta of Damascus High School in Damascus, Md., will be honored May 29 by the American Chemical Society for outstanding high school chemistry teaching. (2002-06-07)
Chicago-area chemistry teacher wins regional award
Chemistry teacher Ann Levinson of Chicagoland Jewish High School in Morton Grove, Ill., was honored June 3 by the American Chemical Society for outstanding high school chemistry teaching. (2002-06-07)
Media Advisory: Chemistry In The Movies
The Oscars may be the hottest ticket in LA, but in Anaheim it's Dr. (1999-03-12)
Professor receives prestigious award in nuclear chemistry
University of Kentucky chemistry professor has been selected as the 2006 recipient of the prestigous Glenn T. (2005-09-15)
Launch of Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry
The Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry is a new peer-reviewed online journal published by the Beilstein-Institut in co-operation with BioMed Central. (2005-06-09)
Cheshire, Conn. high school teacher wins regional chemistry teaching award
A Louisiana researcher and companies in Washington, Pennsylvania and North Carolina were honored with the Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge award for using creative chemistry to improve the environment. (2001-06-26)
Nobel Laureates recount greatest progress, predict advances for future
Five Nobel Laureates will join together to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Nobel Prize at the American Chemical Society's 221st national meeting in San Diego, April 1-5. (2001-03-12)
Chattanooga chemistry teacher wins regional award
Chemistry teacher Joey Hatcher Gaby of Tyner Academy in Chattanooga, Tenn., will be honored Nov. (2002-11-05)
Southeastern Theoretical Chemistry Association meets at Virginia Tech
The 2007 meeting of the Southeastern Theoretical Chemistry Association will be held at the Inn at Virginia Tech on Friday, May 18, and Saturday, May 19. (2007-05-11)
Dr. Jacqueline Barton to present 2002 Ullyot Public Affairs Lecture
Dr. Jacqueline Barton of the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) will present the 2002 Ullyot Public Affairs Lecture on Thursday, September 19 at 6 p.m. at Chemical Heritage Foundation (CHF). (2002-08-29)
Clemson professor named American Chemistry Society Fellow
Clemson University Alumni Distinguished Professor of Chemistry Melanie Cooper has been named to the inaugural class of American Chemical Society Fellows. (2009-08-27)
Monumental chemistry textbook issued by University of Copenhagen researchers
No matter where you live, chemistry is unavoidable. So writing a textbook on environmental chemistry is an extensive undertaking. (2012-09-07)
Salt Lake City-area chemistry teacher wins regional award
Chemistry teacher Nancy Treasure of Layton High School in Layton, Utah, will be honored June 20 by the American Chemical Society for outstanding high school chemistry teaching. (2002-06-13)
Fairfax high school teacher wins regional chemistry teaching award
Donna West, a chemistry teacher at W.T. Woodson High School in Fairfax, Va., is being honored with the Middle Atlantic Regional High School Chemistry Teaching Award from the American Chemical Society. (2001-05-29)
Kearney, Neb. teacher wins regional chemistry teaching award
Julie Ann Larsen, a chemistry teacher at Kearney High School, will receive the 2001 Midwest Regional High School Chemistry Teaching Award from the American Chemical Society, the world's largest scientific society. (2001-10-08)
UIC chemist awarded international sustainability grant
A University of Illinois at Chicago chemistry professor will lead the US effort in a three-nation project to develop efficient catalytic methods that replace rare metals with abundant and inexpensive metals such as iron and copper. (2014-03-31)
Announcing the launch of Chemistry Central
Chemistry Central, launched today at www.chemistrycentral.com, is a new open access website for chemists. (2006-08-21)
Beilstein-Institut publishes first issue of new open access journal in organic chemistry
The Beilstein-Institut is pleased to announce the launch of Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry. (2005-08-28)
Who are the rising stars in the new generation of chemists?
Where will the solutions to climate change come from? Who will use nanotechnology to change the face of medicine? (2008-01-25)
Media Advisory: Chemistry & Tasting of Wine
What makes a great wine? Dr. Ernie Simpson, chemistry professor at California State University, Pomona, will offer some answers as he discusses chemistry's unique role in the wine-making process. (1999-03-12)
Catholic University chemist receives award from world's largest scientific society
Dr. Diane M. Bunce of Catholic University in Washington, D.C. (2001-06-06)
Midwest region of American Chemical Society recognizes K-State instructor for service to profession
Yasmin Patell, assistant teaching scholar in chemistry at Kansas State University, has received the E. (2009-11-04)
Los Angeles teacher wins national chemistry award
Chemistry teacher Barbara Sitzman of Tarzana, Calif., will be honored April 3 for conveying the relevance and fascination of chemistry to her high-school students. (2001-04-03)
Ballou High School event to kick off National Chemistry Week
The Ballou Senior High School in southeast Washington, D.C., will host a day-long, kick-off event of hands-on chemistry activities for 350 students as part of this year's National Chemistry Week celebration. (2010-10-11)
We have lift off...
Just 18 months after the publication of its first ever issue, Soft Matter has now officially taken flight as a solo publication. (2007-01-08)
Chatfield, Minn., teacher wins regional award
Mary Jane Christopherson, a chemistry teacher at Chosen Valley High School in Chatfield, Minn., is being honored with the Great Lakes Regional High School Chemistry Teaching Award from the American Chemical Society, the world's largest scientific society. (2003-05-29)
High school chemistry text focuses on problem-solving, societal issues
The American Chemical Society has released a new edition of Chemistry in the Community, a unique high school chemistry textbook for college-bound students. (2001-03-22)
Professor Federico Rosei of INRS wins the John C. Polanyi Award
Professor Federico Rosei of the INRS Énergie Matériaux Télécommunications Research Centre has received the 2016 John C. (2015-12-07)
New ACS publication Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters to debut in January
In response to the increasing demand for rapid dissemination of urgent research results in physical chemistry, the American Chemical Society is pleased to announce the forthcoming publication of the Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. (2009-04-30)
'Father of green chemistry' Paul Anastas to head EPA research
President Obama has nominated Paul Anastas, Yale's Teresa and H. (2009-05-27)
Chemistry Central Journal announced at ACS National meeting
Chemistry Central Journal, a revolutionary open access peer-reviewed, online chemistry journal, was announced today at the American Chemical Society meeting in San Francisco. (2006-09-12)
Symposium celebrates the accomplishments of chemistry's latest Nobel laureates
A special symposium to honor the accomplishments of the year 2000's Nobel laureates in chemistry will take place during the American Chemical Society's 222nd national meeting in Chicago, August 26-30. (2001-08-21)
Chemical Science
Drawing together the research highlights and news from all Royal Society of Chemistry publications, 'Chemical Science' provides a 'snapshot' of the latest developments across the chemical sciences, showcasing newsworthy articles as well as the most significant scientific advances. (2004-01-26)
University of Maryland professor honored at chemists' luncheon
University of Maryland professor and 2004 Francis P. Garvan-John M. (2004-03-23)
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry turns 50 and increases publication frequency
In conjunction with its 50th anniversary, the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, published by the American Chemical Society, the world's largest scientific society, began publishing biweekly January 2002. (2002-02-21)
Kansas chemist and educator receives award for fostering diversity
Chemist and educator Kristin Bowman-James, Ph.D., of the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kan., will be honored Oct. (2002-10-11)
Wiley-VCH and ACES to launch organic chemistry journal rooted in Asia
Wiley-VCH, part of the scientific and technical publishing business of John Wiley & Sons, Inc., and the Asian Chemical Editorial Society today announced the launch of the Asian Journal of Organic Chemistry, the second pan-Asia society chemistry journal after Chemistry - An Asian Journal, launched by ACES and Wiley-VCH in 2006. (2012-03-26)
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