ACS News: Scenes from the ACS national meeting in San Francisco | April 24, 2017 Issue - Vol. 95 Issue 17 | Chemical & Engineering News
Volume 95 Issue 17 | p. 42
Issue Date: April 24, 2017

ACS News: Scenes from the ACS national meeting in San Francisco

Department: ACS News

Snapshots from the American Chemical Society national meeting

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Nadine Ibrahim of New York University takes in her latte art at the ACS booth.
Credit: Kirsten Dobsen
Nadine Ibrahim of New York University takes in her latte art at the C&EN booth
 
Nadine Ibrahim of New York University takes in her latte art at the ACS booth.
Credit: Kirsten Dobsen
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ACS members take off on the Younger Chemists Committee/Member Insurance Program Fun Run.
Credit: Linda Wang/C&EN
A group of runners moving towards the camera, with one woman in front waving.
 
ACS members take off on the Younger Chemists Committee/Member Insurance Program Fun Run.
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ACS Immediate Past-President Donna J. Nelson (from left), ACS President Allison A. Campbell, and ACS President-Elect Peter K. Dorhout gather for a photo during the open board meeting.
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Nelson, Campbell, and Dorhout standing in front of the ACS logo.
 
ACS Immediate Past-President Donna J. Nelson (from left), ACS President Allison A. Campbell, and ACS President-Elect Peter K. Dorhout gather for a photo during the open board meeting.
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At the ACS booth, Jacqueline L. Fries (von Salm) of CoreRx Pharmaceuticals is revealed as the first author on the most-read ACS journal paper of 2016.
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Fries standing next to a mosaic portrait of her face.
 
At the ACS booth, Jacqueline L. Fries (von Salm) of CoreRx Pharmaceuticals is revealed as the first author on the most-read ACS journal paper of 2016.
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Phillips and her husband wave from a cable car.
 
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Undergrads from Trinity University explore a three-dimensional molecular modeling tool at the expo.
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Three undergraduate students wearing 3-D glasses looking at a computer screen.
 
Undergrads from Trinity University explore a three-dimensional molecular modeling tool at the expo.
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ACS District VI Director Paul W. Jagodzinski (from left), A. Paul Alivisatos of UC Berkeley, and Senior Chemists Committee Chair Tom Beattie attend the Senior Chemists Breakfast.
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Chandross, Weiss, Andrews, and Bao stand in front of a light-colored background.
 
ACS District VI Director Paul W. Jagodzinski (from left), A. Paul Alivisatos of UC Berkeley, and Senior Chemists Committee Chair Tom Beattie attend the Senior Chemists Breakfast.
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Jann Vale, an undergrad at Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico, demonstrates an exothermic reaction during the ChemDemo Exchange.
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Jan Vale holds two cups, one of which appears empty and the other of which is overflowing with yellow foam, in front of his school’s logo.
 
Jann Vale, an undergrad at Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico, demonstrates an exothermic reaction during the ChemDemo Exchange.
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Miyoung Chun (left) of The Kavli Foundation and Madeleine Jacobs, past ACS executive director and CEO, attend the Committee on Minority Affairs luncheon, where Chun spoke about turning disadvantages into advantages.
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Chun and Jacobs stand together in front of a wood-paneled wall.
 
Miyoung Chun (left) of The Kavli Foundation and Madeleine Jacobs, past ACS executive director and CEO, attend the Committee on Minority Affairs luncheon, where Chun spoke about turning disadvantages into advantages.
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Members of the Committee on Chemists with Disabilities gather at the Committee on Minority Affairs luncheon.
Credit: Linda Wang/C&EN
A photo of five people—four standing and one in a wheelchair—in a meeting room.
 
Members of the Committee on Chemists with Disabilities gather at the Committee on Minority Affairs luncheon.
Credit: Linda Wang/C&EN
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ACS District VI Director Paul W. Jagodzinski (from left), A. Paul Alivisatos of UC Berkeley, and Senior Chemists Committee Chair Tom Beattie attend the Senior Chemists Breakfast.
Credit: Linda Wang/C&EN
Three older men stand in suits in front of a meeting room with screens.
 
ACS District VI Director Paul W. Jagodzinski (from left), A. Paul Alivisatos of UC Berkeley, and Senior Chemists Committee Chair Tom Beattie attend the Senior Chemists Breakfast.
Credit: Linda Wang/C&EN
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A kid chemist shows off his creativity during the Presidential Outreach Event at the Exploratorium.
Credit: Linda Wang/C&EN
A kid with goggles showing a cube he made out of multicolored Magic Nuudles.
 
A kid chemist shows off his creativity during the Presidential Outreach Event at the Exploratorium.
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Campbell (right) and her partner, Julie Elmenhurst, attend the ACS National Awards Banquet.
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Campbell and Elmenhurt standing in front of a crowd of people.
 
Campbell (right) and her partner, Julie Elmenhurst, attend the ACS National Awards Banquet.
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Daniel Nascimento (left) of Florida State University explains his research at the Sci-Mix poster session.
Credit: Linda Wang/C&EN
Nascimento explains his research to another man by pointing to a poster.
 
Daniel Nascimento (left) of Florida State University explains his research at the Sci-Mix poster session.
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ACS Board Chair Pat N. Confalone (from left), Campbell, The Fred Kavli Innovations in Chemistry Lecturer Jennifer Doudna, The Kavli Foundation Emerging Leader in Chemistry Lecturer Bradley D. Olsen, and ACS Executive Director and CEO Thomas Connelly gather for a group photo before the Kavli lectures begin.
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Confalone, Campbell, Doudna, Olsen, and Connelly stand together in front of the Kavli Foundation logo.
 
ACS Board Chair Pat N. Confalone (from left), Campbell, The Fred Kavli Innovations in Chemistry Lecturer Jennifer Doudna, The Kavli Foundation Emerging Leader in Chemistry Lecturer Bradley D. Olsen, and ACS Executive Director and CEO Thomas Connelly gather for a group photo before the Kavli lectures begin.
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Priestley Medalist Tobin J. Marks and his wife, Indrani Mukharji, celebrate at the ACS National Awards Banquet.
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Marks and Mukharji stand in eveningwear with drinks in hand.
 
Priestley Medalist Tobin J. Marks and his wife, Indrani Mukharji, celebrate at the ACS National Awards Banquet.
Credit: Linda Wang/C&EN
 
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