The ACS Student Member Magazine
COVID restrictions might have delayed or canceled your plans for pursuing research opportunities, but you can still develop research skills during the pandemic.
Mixing solutions doesn't always work out. Here's how to nail your solution preparation every time.
Check out this infographic on how to put together the perfect abstract.
Learn how to write an ace abstract to make a strong first impression.
Find out how to prepare and make the most out of your national meeting experience.
How should I organize my research poster? What key information should be included? Check out this infographic for answers.
Investigative research reveals potential dangers of vaping chemicals
Ocean acidification is a global phenomenon impacting marine organisms and human communities, yet few people are aware of it. See what NOAA researchers are doing to address this important environmental issue.
Read this roundup of programming, workshops, and social events you won’t want to miss.
Learn how to work through sticky situations with a systematic approach.
Jacob Zelco shares his transformative experience of heading up a research project that could help communities use plastic waste to clean water.
International student chapters in Nigeria join forces to organize a symposium encouraging collaboration and consideration for the future of the nation.
Three students share the unforgettable experience of attending an ACS national meeting.
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.
Even if school is still in session, what you plan for the sultry months could launch your career.
Guest teams from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor and the University of Sheffield joined Chinese undergraduates in comprehensive laboratory challenges.
Looking to spice up your chapter? Incorporate more research into your programming to give members a competitive edge.
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.