Black Scientists Then and Now: Celebrating Achievement in Chemistry
The Shoulders We Stand On
Honoring legacies of black scientists in American history
"Distillations" from the Science History Institute
A collection of stories from the past that help us understand our world.
For Love of the Lab
Reatha Clark King wanted to be a research chemist, so she made the journey from the segregated South to Illinois. At the University of Chicago her dreams came true.
ACS Industry Matters
Read the special edition of ACS Industry Matters, featuring a collection of interviews highlighting successful black scientists in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries.
C&EN's 2021 Trailblazers issue, curated by guest editor Paula Hammond, celebrates Black chemists and chemical engineers. This issue celebrates the work and legacy of Black chemists and chemical engineers at all career stages, throughout the US, in their own voices.
Voices for Change
Nurturing Black chemists
Young Black scientists thrive in the supportive environment at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. But predominantly white schools don’t have the same success, in part because of barriers erected by introductory chemistry courses. No matter their path, though, 6 Black chemists talk about their hopes for the future