The ACS Student Member Magazine
The 2019 ACS president comments on how we can advance the field of chemistry together.
inChemistry takes a close look at "superchemists" who have paved the way for us all to live healthier, greener lives.
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MIT Professor Emerita JoAnne Stubbe's fundamental research into the complicated mechanisms of enzyme action that led to life-saving cancer medicines.
Read this roundup of programming, workshops, and social events you won’t want to miss.
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Find out how to prepare and make the most out of your national meeting experience.
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Learn how to speak out (and be heard) about issues that matter to you.
Superpaints. Bendable light. Cure for Hepatitis C. ACS celebrates heroic advancements in health, tech, the environment, and our food supply.
Eminent Scientist Mostafa El-Sayed to Present at the 254th ACS National Meeting in Washington DC.
Going to the fall national meeting? Here's how to take full advantage of your visit DC that won't break the bank.
In the face of great skepticism, ozone depletion discovery brought worldwide attention to human-contributed greenhouse gases on the planet.
Three students share the unforgettable experience of attending an ACS national meeting.
32 exceptional undergrads were named 2017 SCI Scholars and will get the chance to intern at the most prestigious companies.
Craven Community College student Sar Oo opens up about how an eminent scientist lecture helped her view her struggles with chemistry in a positive light.
C&EN Editor Bibiana Campos Seijo shares her intrigue with student participation at the 253rd ACS national meeting.
Entertaining your audience with chemistry is fun, but keeping them safe at demos is critical.
A message from 2017 ACS President Allison Campbell on how to make a lasting contribution to science.
Read how eminent scientist Carolyn Bertozzi's journey to the top of the bioorthagonal field began with uncertainty and big challenges.
Get the full scoop on how to make the most of your national meeting adventure.
A two-year college in Ohio has launched a graduate level industrial chemistry project thanks to a tenacious advisor with an open mind.
Wikipedia is partnering with ACS to expand the breadth and accuracy of chemistry articles.
Knowing where to find chemical Safety Data Sheets and how to read them is essential to safe experiments and demonstrations.