Issue Date: July 9, 2007
Borders Are Increasingly Incidental To ACS Members
THE AUGUST 1937 CHARTER of the American Chemical Society is a truly remarkable document. Did its authors foresee that chemistry would increasingly operate beyond national frontiers? Did they imagine that ACS members would promote all branches of chemistry through research and education in collaborative and borderless environments?
Although they might not have envisioned the ease of international air travel and the communications wonders of the Internet, I like to think that it was their deliberate . . .
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