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September 19, 2011
Volume 89, Number 38
pp. 36 - 37

Scenes From The ACS Meeting In Denver

Linda Wang

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ACS President-Elect Bassam Z. Shakhashiri (from left), President Nancy B. Jackson, and Immediate Past-President Joseph S. Francisco attend the Heroes of Chemistry dinner. Linda Wang
ACS President-Elect Bassam Z. Shakhashiri (from left), President Nancy B. Jackson, and Immediate Past-President Joseph S. Francisco attend the Heroes of Chemistry dinner.
John D. Roberts (left) of California Institute of Technology and George M. Whitesides of Harvard University pose for a photo. Linda Wang
John D. Roberts (left) of California Institute of Technology and George M. Whitesides of Harvard University pose for a photo.
A big blue bear peers into the Colorado Convention Center. Linda Wang
A big blue bear peers into the Colorado Convention Center.
Magid Abou-Gharbia (right) of Temple University receives the Henry F. Whalen Jr. Award for Excellence in Business Development & Management as Whalen looks on. Linda Wang
Magid Abou-Gharbia (right) of Temple University receives the Henry F. Whalen Jr. Award for Excellence in Business Development & Management as Whalen looks on.
Candidates for 2012 president-elect, Dennis Chamot and Marinda Li Wu, at the Colorado Convention Center. Linda Wang
Candidates for 2012 president-elect, Dennis Chamot and Marinda Li Wu, at the Colorado Convention Center.
During the expo, Brian Wagner of Biotage (left) demonstrates equipment to Carsten Jessen of Denmark's NeuroSearch. Linda Wang
During the expo, Brian Wagner of Biotage (left) demonstrates equipment to Carsten Jessen of Denmark’s NeuroSearch.
ACS Executive Director and CEO Madeleine Jacobs (left) and Jackson (right) with guest speaker Kathryn Hach-Darrow at the Women Chemists Committee luncheon. Linda Wang
ACS Executive Director and CEO Madeleine Jacobs (left) and Jackson (right) with guest speaker Kathryn Hach-Darrow at the Women Chemists Committee luncheon.
Tahani Mala'bi, a doctoral student at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, explains her research at Sci-Mix. Linda Wang
Tahani Mala’bi, a doctoral student at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, explains her research at Sci-Mix.
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Grad students Ming-Chih Fang (left) of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, and Maureen Chukwuedo of Ambrose Alli University, in Nigeria, mingle at the grad student/postdoc reception.
Zaida C. Morales-Martínez, emeritus chemistry professor at Florida International University, and Robert L. Lichter, principal at Merrimack Consultants, at the Senior Chemists Breakfast. Linda Wang
Zaida C. Morales-Martínez, emeritus chemistry professor at Florida International University, and Robert L. Lichter, principal at Merrimack Consultants, at the Committee on Minority Affairs luncheon.
Zuzanna Michalak, an undergrad at Iona College, learns an activity she can demonstrate for National Chemistry Week. Linda Wang
Zuzanna Michalak, an undergrad at Iona College, learns an activity she can demonstrate for National Chemistry Week.
A boy makes slime during a presidential outreach event at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. Linda Wang
A boy makes slime during a presidential outreach event at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science.
ACS Board Chair Bonnie A. Charpentier (from left); Ronald C. Cohen of the University of California, Berkeley, and Denver Thematic Program chair; Kavli Lecturer Susan Solomon of the University of Colorado, Boulder; Miyoung Chun of The Kavli Foundation; and Jacobs gather before the Kavli Lecture. Linda Wang
ACS Board Chair Bonnie A. Charpentier (from left); Ronald C. Cohen of the University of California, Berkeley, and Denver Thematic Program chair; Kavli Lecturer Susan Solomon of the University of Colorado, Boulder; Miyoung Chun of The Kavli Foundation; and Jacobs gather before the Kavli Lecture.
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