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April 5, 2010, 2009
Volume 88, Number 14
pp. 42-43

Scenes From The ACS Meeting In San Francisco

Photos by Linda Wang

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ACS President-Elect Nancy B. Jackson (from left), President Joseph S. Francisco, and Immediate Past-President Thomas H. Lane pause for a photo. Linda Wang/C&EN
ACS President-Elect Nancy B. Jackson (from left), President Joseph S. Francisco, and Immediate Past-President Thomas H. Lane pause for a photo.
A child, above, takes a closer look at chemistry during the outreach event at the California Academy of Sciences. Linda Wang/C&EN
A child, above, takes a closer look at chemistry during the outreach event at the California Academy of Sciences.
Faculty and students from the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico, San Germán, prove that chemists are cool. Linda Wang/C&EN
Faculty and students from the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico, San Germán, prove that chemists are cool.
Grad students Swapnil Kulkarni (left) of the University of Mississippi and Pravin Bhansali of the University of Toledo mingle during the grad student and postdoc reception. Linda Wang/C&EN
Grad students Swapnil Kulkarni (left) of the University of Mississippi and Pravin Bhansali of the University of Toledo mingle during the grad student and postdoc reception.
ACS Scholar and University of Maryland, Baltimore County, undergrad Melanie A. Wiley (center) poses with Board Chair Bonnie A. Charpentier (left) and Executive Director and CEO Madeleine Jacobs at the ACS Board meeting. Linda Wang/C&EN
ACS Scholar and University of Maryland, Baltimore County, undergrad Melanie A. Wiley (center) poses with Board Chair Bonnie A. Charpentier (left) and Executive Director and CEO Madeleine Jacobs at the ACS Board meeting.
Genentech's Paul Gibbons explains his research to M. Qaiser Fatmi of the University of California, Riverside, during Sci-Mix. Linda Wang/C&EN
Genentech's Paul Gibbons explains his research to M. Qaiser Fatmi of the University of California, Riverside, during Sci-Mix.
Cynthia J. Burrows, above, of the Journal of Organic Chemistry celebrates JOC's 75th anniversary at the ACS Pubs booth. Linda Wang/C&EN
Cynthia J. Burrows, above, of the Journal of Organic Chemistry celebrates JOC's 75th anniversary at the ACS Pubs booth.
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Rudy Baum/C&EN
Retired chemist James A. Hammond beams over his personalized C&EN cover. Linda Wang/C&EN
Retired chemist James A. Hammond beams over his personalized C&EN cover.
2011 president-elect candidates Luis Echegoyen (left) and Bassam Z. Shakhashiri attend the council meeting. Linda Wang/C&EN
2011 president-elect candidates Luis Echegoyen (left) and Bassam Z. Shakhashiri attend the council meeting.
Ishrat Khatoon, a chemistry teacher at Notre Dame High School in San Jose, Calif., learns a new experiment during High School Chemistry Day. Linda Wang/C&EN
Ishrat Khatoon, a chemistry teacher at Notre Dame High School in San Jose, Calif., learns a new experiment during High School Chemistry Day.
Priestley Medalist Richard N. Zare signs copies of C&EN at the ACS Pubs booth. Linda Wang/C&EN
Priestley Medalist Richard N. Zare signs copies of C&EN at the ACS Pubs booth.
Spelman College undergrad Rebekah A. Flowers participates in the Chem Demo Exchange. Linda Wang/C&EN
Spelman College undergrad Rebekah A. Flowers participates in the Chem Demo Exchange.
Georgene Herschbach (from left) with George A. Olah and her husband, Dudley R. Herschbach, both Nobel Laureates, at the ACS Awards banquet. Linda Wang/C&EN
Georgene Herschbach (from left) with George A. Olah and her husband, Dudley R. Herschbach, both Nobel Laureates, at the ACS Awards banquet.
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