Howdy From Denver | April 6, 2015 Issue - Vol. 93 Issue 14 | Chemical & Engineering News
Volume 93 Issue 14 | pp. 30-31
Issue Date: April 6, 2015 | Web Date: April 7, 2015

Howdy From Denver

Snapshots from the American Chemical Society national meeting
Department: ACS News
Keywords: ACS national meeting, Denver

Photos are from the 249th ACS national meeting, which was held in Denver on March 22–26.

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Chemical Abstracts Service staffers Brian Shofran (from left), Scott Hertzog, Andrew Geyer, and Feroze Ali mingle during the ACS Board-Staff Reception.
Credit: Linda Wang/C&EN
Photo of Chemical Abstracts Service staffers Brian Shofran (from left), Scott Hertzog, Andrew Geyer, and Feroze Ali.
 
Chemical Abstracts Service staffers Brian Shofran (from left), Scott Hertzog, Andrew Geyer, and Feroze Ali mingle during the ACS Board-Staff Reception.
Credit: Linda Wang/C&EN
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Sally Mitchell, a chemistry teacher at East Syracuse Minoa High School, in New York, takes a “selfie” with exhibitor StellarNet’s Spectra Wizard.
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Photo of Sally Mitchell, a high school chemistry teacher at East Syracuse Minoa High School, in N.Y., grabbing a “selfie” with exhibitor StellarNet’s Spectra Wizard.
 
Sally Mitchell, a chemistry teacher at East Syracuse Minoa High School, in New York, takes a “selfie” with exhibitor StellarNet’s Spectra Wizard.
Credit: Linda Wang/C&EN
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A sculpture of a blue bear peers into the convention center.
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Photo of a large blue bear at the Colorado Convention Center.
 
A sculpture of a blue bear peers into the convention center.
Credit: Linda Wang/C&EN
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Karl Booksh, past-chair of the Committee on Chemists with Disabilities, chats with Patricia Redden of Saint Peter’s University before the Committee on Minority Affairs Luncheon.
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Photo of Karl Booksh, past chair of the Committee on Chemists with Disabilities, chatting with Patricia Redden of Saint Peter’s University.
 
Karl Booksh, past-chair of the Committee on Chemists with Disabilities, chats with Patricia Redden of Saint Peter’s University before the Committee on Minority Affairs Luncheon.
Credit: Linda Wang/C&EN
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Kavli Foundation Innovations in Chemistry Lecturer Laura Kiessling of the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and Kavli Foundation Emerging Leader in Chemistry Lecturer Theodore Betley of Harvard University give talks at the meeting.
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Photo of Kavli Foundation Innovations in Chemistry Lecturer Laura Kiessling of the University of Wisconsin, Madison (left), and Kavli Foundation Emerging Leader in Chemistry Lecturer Theodore Betley of Harvard University.
 
Kavli Foundation Innovations in Chemistry Lecturer Laura Kiessling of the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and Kavli Foundation Emerging Leader in Chemistry Lecturer Theodore Betley of Harvard University give talks at the meeting.
Credit: Linda Wang/C&EN
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Carolyn Bertozzi, editor-in-chief of ACS Central Science, prepares to scale a climbing wall to celebrate the journal’s launch.
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Photo of Carolyn Bertozzi, editor-in-chief of ACS Central Science.
 
Carolyn Bertozzi, editor-in-chief of ACS Central Science, prepares to scale a climbing wall to celebrate the journal’s launch.
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ACS President-Elect Donna J. Nelson (from left), ACS President Diane Grob Schmidt, and ACS Immediate Past-President Tom Barton gather before the board of directors meeting.
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Photo of ACS President-Elect Donna J. Nelson (from left), ACS President Diane Grob Schmidt, and ACS Immediate Past-President Tom Barton.
 
ACS President-Elect Donna J. Nelson (from left), ACS President Diane Grob Schmidt, and ACS Immediate Past-President Tom Barton gather before the board of directors meeting.
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Priestley Medalist Jacqueline K. Barton poses with undergrad Navy cadets Margaret Jones (from left), Diana Regine Jacinto, and Noelle Kaufmann while signing C&EN covers.
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Photo of Priestley Medalist Jacqueline Barton posing with undergrad Navy cadets Margaret Jones (from left), Diana Regine Jacinto, and Noelle Kaufmann.
 
Priestley Medalist Jacqueline K. Barton poses with undergrad Navy cadets Margaret Jones (from left), Diana Regine Jacinto, and Noelle Kaufmann while signing C&EN covers.
Credit: Linda Wang/C&EN
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ACS Executive Director and CEO Thomas M. Connelly Jr. (from left), Chemistry Nobel Laureate Richard R. Schrock of MIT, and JACS Editor-in-Chief Peter Stang of the University of Utah at the Rockstars Reception for new ACS members.
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Photo of ACS executive director and CEO Thomas M. Connelly Jr. (from left), Nobel Laureate Richard R. Schrock of MIT, and JACS editor-in-chief Peter Stang of the University of Utah.
 
ACS Executive Director and CEO Thomas M. Connelly Jr. (from left), Chemistry Nobel Laureate Richard R. Schrock of MIT, and JACS Editor-in-Chief Peter Stang of the University of Utah at the Rockstars Reception for new ACS members.
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Matthew Chan of BASF (from left); James Phillips, husband of ACS Director-at-Large Dorothy Phillips; retired chemist Jeannette Brown; and District IV Director Rigoberto Hernandez gather during a private reception for ACS donors.
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Photo of Matthew Chan of BASF (from left); James Phillips, husband of ACS Director-at-Large Dorothy Phillips; Jeannette Brown; and District IV Director Rigoberto Hernandez.
 
Matthew Chan of BASF (from left); James Phillips, husband of ACS Director-at-Large Dorothy Phillips; retired chemist Jeannette Brown; and District IV Director Rigoberto Hernandez gather during a private reception for ACS donors.
Credit: Linda Wang/C&EN
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Xavier University of Louisiana undergrads Veronica Miles (from left), Kennedi Crosby, and Clarence Pace react to Alka-Seltzer rockets popping during the Chem Demo Exchange.
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Photo of Xavier University of Louisiana undergrads Veronica Miles (from left), Kennedi Crosby, and Clarence Pace reacting to alka seltzer rockets popping during the ChemDemo Exchange.
 
Xavier University of Louisiana undergrads Veronica Miles (from left), Kennedi Crosby, and Clarence Pace react to Alka-Seltzer rockets popping during the Chem Demo Exchange.
Credit: Linda Wang/C&EN
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During Sci-Mix, Adina Badea, a graduate research assistant at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, explains her research to Tomoaki Nakanishi of AGC Group in Japan.
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Photo of Adina Badea, a graduate research assistant at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, explaining her research to Tomoaki Nakanishi of AGC Group in Japan, during Sci-Mix.
 
During Sci-Mix, Adina Badea, a graduate research assistant at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, explains her research to Tomoaki Nakanishi of AGC Group in Japan.
Credit: Linda Wang/C&EN
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A young chemist is captivated by this hands-on activity during the Presidential Outreach Event at the Denver Zoo.
Credit: Peter Cutts Photography
Photo of Adina Badea, a graduate research assistant at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, explaining her research to Tomoaki Nakanishi of AGC Group in Japan, during Sci-Mix.
 
A young chemist is captivated by this hands-on activity during the Presidential Outreach Event at the Denver Zoo.
Credit: Peter Cutts Photography
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Mohammad Nahid Siddiqui (from left), director of the ACS Saudi Arabia Chapter; Edu Inam, founding member and interim secretary of the ACS candidate chapter in Nigeria; and Claudio J. A. Mota, founding member and interim treasurer of the ACS candidate chapter in Brazil, enjoy the ACS National Awards Reception.
Credit: Linda Wang/C&EN
Photo of Mohammad Nahid Siddiqui (from left), director of the ACS Saudi Arabia Chapter; Edu Inam, founding member and interim secretary of the ACS candidate chapter in Nigeria; and Claudio J. A Mota, founding member and interim treasurer of the ACS candidate chapter in Brazil.
 
Mohammad Nahid Siddiqui (from left), director of the ACS Saudi Arabia Chapter; Edu Inam, founding member and interim secretary of the ACS candidate chapter in Nigeria; and Claudio J. A. Mota, founding member and interim treasurer of the ACS candidate chapter in Brazil, enjoy the ACS National Awards Reception.
Credit: Linda Wang/C&EN
 
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