ACS Spring 2022 Now Accepting Abstracts
Sep16

ACS Spring 2022 Now Accepting Abstracts

Submit your abstracts for oral and poster presentations for ACS Spring 2022. The theme, Bonding Through Chemistry, will be at the core of programming. Sessions for the hybrid meeting (in-person & virtual) will be held in San Diego, CA, and virtually, March 20 – 24, 2022. Those who wish to submit an abstract will have the option of selecting a virtual or in-person abstract submission. While ACS Spring 2022 is planned as a...

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California Sea Grant: Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia: Request for Proposals
Aug02

California Sea Grant: Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia: Request for Proposals

California Sea Grant and the California Ocean Protection Council (OPC) are now soliciting proposals for monitoring, research, and synthesis projects that will enhance our understanding of ocean acidification and hypoxia on biological vulnerability. This funding opportunity will support the collection of new chemical or ecological observations or species response data. For more information, click here.

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2021 Flavors of Chemistry: Complex Flavor Creation
Aug01

2021 Flavors of Chemistry: Complex Flavor Creation

We are pleased to announce that our 7th Annual Flavors of Chemistry will be occurring in-person at UC Davis with a live-stream on Saturday, September 25th. The presentation will be from 2:30–4 PM, with a networking social starting at 2 PM. The event will feature Dr. Sean LaFond talking about flavor creation. Complex Flavor Creation: Eliciting Emotion with Chemicals The food we eat, the beverages we drink, and the environment we live...

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Student Travel Award Opportunities
Aug01

Student Travel Award Opportunities

ACS Sacramento Section is proud to offer $250 student travel awards to the 2021 ACS fall meeting in Atlanta and the Rocky Mountain Regional meeting in Tucson. The applications are due September 10th to Slava Bekker. For details, click here.

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Upcoming Live Virtual 3-Day Short Course: Adhesion Science: Principles and Practice
Jul11

Upcoming Live Virtual 3-Day Short Course: Adhesion Science: Principles and Practice

The San Francisco Bay Area polymer science organization, the Golden Gate Polymer Forum, is sponsoring a short course: Adhesion Science: Principles and Practice, Oct. 26, 27, and 29.          taught by Prof. Tim Long, Arizona State University Prof. David A. Dillard, Virginia Tech Prof. Mike Bortner, Virginia Tech Dr. Giles Dillingham, BTG Labs All instructors are true experts in the topics and experienced teachers.  The course requires...

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