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April 11, 2011
Volume 89, Number 15
pp. 42-43

Scenes From The ACS Meeting In Anaheim

Photos by Linda Wang

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ACS Immediate Past-President Joseph S. Francisco (from left), President Nancy B. Jackson, and President-Elect Bassam Z. Shakhashiri meet up at the ACS Board meeting.
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The International Year of Chemistry gets its own cake and T-shirts.
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Marinda Li Wu (left) and Dennis Chamot participate in the ACS Council meeting, where they were elected as candidates for 2012 president-elect.
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Palm trees lend a tropical air to Anaheim, Calif.
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Graduate students Tolulope Aweda (left) and Bernadette Marquez of the University of California, Davis, mingle during the grad student and postdoc reception.
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A pint-sized chemist examines the effects of density during the Presidential Outreach Event at the Discovery Science Center in Santa Ana, Calif.
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Jackson (from left), Executive Director and CEO Madeleine Jacobs, inaugural Kavli Foundation Innovations in Chemistry Lecturer Virgil Percec, Kavli Foundation President Robert W. Conn, and ACS Board Chair Bonnie A. Charpentier gather during the Kavli Foundation/ACS Board and staff reception.
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An exhibitor from Sorbtech serenades passersby at the expo.
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Nobel Laureate and 2011 Priestley Medalist Ahmed H. Zewail autographs a copy of C&EN for a fan.
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As these undergrads prove, you're not really in Disneyland until you pose with Mickey Mouse.
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Kiara Santiago of the University of Puerto Rico, Humacao, forms bubble shapes during the Chem Demo Exchange.
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Midshipman Steve Guidry of the U.S. Naval Academy presents his research during the undergrad poster session.
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Jackson (left) and Jacobs congratulate Parsons Award winner Michael E. Strem, president of Strem Chemicals.
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With their hearts at home, postdocs Tetsu Ouchi (from left), Jun Takahashi, and Akiyama Masaki of Japan's Keio University focus on the science at hand.
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Zewail and his wife, Dema, pose during the ACS awards banquet.
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