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December 13, 2004

ACS Takes Legal Action Against Google

Google search service is said to infringe SciFinder Scholar.

ACS BOARD MEETING

The board approves a $442 million 2005 budget and reelects James D. Burke as chair.

November 22, 2004

ACS ELECTIONS

E. Ann Nalley is voted 2005 ACS president-elect.

November 15, 2004

OUTSTANDING STUDENT AFFILIATE CHAPTERS

ACS PRF Grants For 2004 Announced

USNC/IUPAC Young Observer Program

October 25, 2004

LANDMARK

Carl and Gerty Cori are remembered for their pioneering work on glucose metabolism.

September 27, 2004

BOARD, COUNCIL ACT IN PHILADELPHIA

CHEMISTRY CROSSES BORDERS

September 13, 2004

ELECTION STATEMENTS

Candidates for president-elect and directors offer their views for upcoming balloting.

September 6, 2004

PHILLY IN PHOTOS

C&EN's roving photographer captures scenes from national meeting.

August 30, 2004

ACS MEETING

Nearly 14,000 attendees registered for the society's fall national meeting in Philadelphia.

August 20, 2004

New ACS Journal

ACS Chemical Biology will cover the interface between chemistry and biology.

August 2, 2004

228TH ACS NATIONAL MEETING TECHNICAL PROGRAM AND EXPOSITION

Highlights, listing of technical presentations, and description of exhibitors in Philadelphia, Aug. 22-26.

DIPLOMATIC SCIENCE

State Department seeks help in improving science literacy among foreign service officers.

July 26, 2004

ACS ELECTIONS

Five petition candidates make this year's fall elections some of the most competitive.

July 12, 2004

COUNCIL TO FACE THREE PETITIONS

Petitions could expand membership requirements to include precollege chemistry teachers, change division annual report deadlines, and affect society elections

JUNE BOARD MEETING OFFICIAL REPORTS

June 21, 2004

ACS Board Business At Belmont

ACS Annual Report Available Online

2005 MEMBER DUES INCREASE

June 14, 2004

CHEMISTRY LEADERS MEET IN TOKYO

Officers of six major international chemical societies have common problems, work together

NESACS Exchange Program On A Roll

Casey Addresses Delaware Legislature

PORTLAND SECTION JUDGES INTEL SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS

June 7, 2004

THE LIVES OF OUR FABRICS

Chemical landmark honors research that saved cotton from being mothballed.

May 31, 2004

OFFICIAL REPORTS FROM THE ANAHEIM MEETING

May 24, 2004

CHEMISTS AND SPACE

Trisectional event wows crowds with chemistry and astronomy activities.

May 10, 2004

RARE BOOKS

Chemical Heritage Foundation has purchased a collection spanning six centuries of science.

GREEN CHEMISTRY

ACS selects White House's Paul Anastas to be director of the Green Chemistry Institute.

May 3, 2004

2003 Chemvention Contest Wraps

NCW Poster Contest Winners Announced

CHF Debuts Exhibit On Women In Chemistry

April 26, 2004

PUBLIC SERVICE

ACS recognizes three public servants for their contributions to science and public policy.

BOARD, COUNCIL ACT IN ANAHEIM

Candidates chosen and announced for national office, dues increased, committees report

April 19, 2004

2003 STARTING SALARY SURVEY

Job market is still soft, median salaries have dropped, and number of unemployed has held steady.

April 12, 2004

SCENES FROM THE ACS MEETING IN ANAHEIM

CHEMICAL LANDMARK CELEBRATES PH METER

MOST REQUESTED ARTICLE, JOURNAL FROM 2003

CALL FOR PAPER ON ANTIOXIDANT METHODS

ACS HONORS ITS 50-YEAR MEMBERS

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April 5, 2004

ACS MEETING WRAP

Nanotechnology was a major theme of the society's well-attended spring meeting.

March 29, 2004

2002 CHEMISTRY GRADS

Although numbers of B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. graduates dropped from 2001, they are still near longer term averages.

March 22, 2004

LEADERSHIP MEETING A HIT IN NEW ORLEANS

March 15, 2004

2003—PROJECT SEED COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS

Call for Nominations For 2005 William H. Nichols Medal

Northeast Section Salutes Arno Heyn

ACS-PRF Summer School Deadlines Approach

March 8, 2004

ACS Council Preview

Vivid Chemaginations Applauded

Chemistry.org Gets Kid-Friendlier

February 23, 2004

ACS'S GUIDING LIGHT

New strategic plan outlines goals and challenges for the society in the coming years

January 26, 2004

OFFICIAL REPORTS FROM THE DECEMBER ACS BOARD MEETING

MEDI Honors Lipinski

Pittcon Heritage Award Goes To Wilks

Szostak Nets Harrison Howe Award

Special Recognition

January 19, 2004

Grants For Renewal Opportunities For Women

Summer Internship Directory Available

January 5, 2004

Committee Seeks Editor For JPC

Summer School On Green Chemistry

ACS Board Committee Assignments 2004

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