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ACS News

September 10, 2007
Volume 85, Number 37
pp. 40-41

Scenes From The ACS National Meeting In Boston

Photos by Linda Wang and Rudy M. Baum

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Members of the ACS Board of Directors and international guests gather for the signing of the C6 agreement on sustainability (C&EN, Aug. 13, page 54). From left to right are Giovanni Natile of EuCheMS; Henning Hopf of the German Chemical Society; Executive Director and CEO Madeleine Jacobs; Richard Porte of the Royal Society of Chemistry; Russell J. Boyd of the Canadian Society for Chemistry; Eusebio Juaristi of the Mexican Chemical Society; President-Elect Bruce E. Bursten; President Catherine T. (Katie) Hunt; Board Chair Judith L. Benham; and Immediate Past-President E. Ann Nalley.

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ACS had a strong showing all over Boston.

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At the Women Chemists Committee luncheon, Hunt (far right) is joined by WCC Chair Amber S. Hinkle (from left), Zafra M. Lerman, keynote speaker Ada E. Yonath, and Hessy Taft.

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Chemistry postdoc Albert K. Korir, of the University of California, Riverside, explains his research during the Academic Employment Initiative at Sci-Mix.

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Candidates for ACS president-elect 2008: Howard M. Peters (left) and Thomas H. Lane.

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ACS scholars reunite during a reception held by the Committee on Minority Affairs.

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Children learn about diabetes by testing for glucose in a solution during the Chemistry in Action: Health & Wellness community outreach event at the Museum of Science.

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Board Chair Benham (left) and past-president Helen M. Free attend the ACS Board reception.

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A bird's-eye view of the council meeting.

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Sabine Brünger-Weilandt (left), president and CEO of FIZ Karlsruhe, in Germany, visits with Jacobs during the board reception.

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Brian A. Lee, an undergraduate majoring in chemical engineering at Brown University, checks out a process reactor at the exposition.

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Harvard chemist E. J. Corey signs copies of his newest book, "Molecules and Medicine," at the Publications Division/C&EN booth.

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