The ACS Student Member Magazine
Investigative research reveals potential dangers of vaping chemicals
Knowing when you need a break and when you need help.
How one student athlete balances chemistry and sports.
The beginning of the semester is the best time to start prepping for exams.
Don't fear the math. P-chem will elevate your understanding of molecular behavior to help you see the bigger picture.
Learn all the rewards of staying a student for the summer.
Finals are just around the corner, and we've got some strategies that'll help you rock your grade.
How should I organize my research poster? What key information should be included? Check out this infographic for answers.
Learn how to work through sticky situations with a systematic approach.
Feeling frustrated about your insane schedule? We've got tips to help you balance school, work, and life.
Find out what you need to do to make sure your professor writes a killer recommendation letter.
Jacob Zelco shares his transformative experience of heading up a research project that could help communities use plastic waste to clean water.
Did you bomb your last test? Find out how to rebound from a bad grade and get over disappointment.
Ready for a bachelor's degree? Get tips on how to make the transition from a two-year school to a four-year school a smooth one.
Get solid tips and advice on how to explain your “scary” major to friends and family.
Chemistry is a huge challenge that can leave you feeling like you don’t belong. Take our advice on how to combat your insecurities.
Guest teams from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor and the University of Sheffield joined Chinese undergraduates in comprehensive laboratory challenges.
The sooner you prepare for your undergraduate research project, the better success you'll have in the laboratory.
Running through this checklist will keep you and your audience safe.
With a little research and careful groundwork, you could be studying in another country next semester.
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