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Abstract Separates are available for the Spring 2011 ACS National Meeting

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Members can now access the abstract separates for the 241st ACS National Meeting to be held in Anaheim (Spring 2011). To access the file, you must be a Division Member. You can download the file (9 MB) from the Organic Division’s Meeting Abstract Page. Use your ACS ID to access the page. If you do …

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42nd NOS: June 2011

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The next National Organic Chemistry Symposium (NOS) will be held from Sunday, June 5 to Thursday, June 9, 2011 on the campus of Princeton University. The National Organic Chemistry Symposium is the premier event sponsored by the Division of Organic Chemistry of the American Chemical Society to highlight recent advances in organic chemistry.  The 42nd …

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The 2011 Roger Adams Awardee

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Robert H. Grubbs, Victor & Elizabeth Atkins Professor of Chemistry at California Institute of Technology has been named as the recepient of the 2011 Roger Adams Award. The award address will be given at the 42nd NOS Symposium. NOS will be on Sunday, June 5 to Thursday, June 9, 2011 on the campus of Princeton …

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Nominations Requested to Honor Young Professional Chemists

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The Executive Committee of the Organic Division of the ACS wishes to give greater opportunities for young professionals to present their work at national settings.  In support of these goals, two symposia will be held at the 2011 Fall ACS Meeting (Denver, CO, August 28-September 1). For more details, see the 6th Organic Assistant Professors …

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Registration is now open for the NOS

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The Executive Committee of the Division of Organic Chemistry of the American Chemical Society and the Department of Chemistry at Princeton are pleased to invite you to the 42nd National Organic Chemistry Symposium. This biennial event will be held from Sunday, June 5 to Thursday, June 9, 2011 on the beautiful campus of Princeton University, …

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Distribution of Paperback Edition of Organic Syntheses to DOC Members Discontinued. Free Electronic Edition Available.

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For 25 years, beginning in 1984 with Vol. 62, paperback copies of the annual volumes of Organic Syntheses were distributed to members of the Division of Organic Chemistry. This has worked well for both the Division of Organic Chemistry and Organic Syntheses over the years. However, technology has changed and in the modern era a …

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Merck has an opening for the Purification Lead

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Merck has an opening for the Purification Lead, which will serve as the manager of the group responsible for the Boston Chemistry purification capability. Education Minimum Requirement: MS. Required Experience and Skills: The ideal candidate will have at least eight years of experience doing purification in a pharmaceutical/biotech setting and experience managing other purification scientists.See …

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Sr. Scientist I-High Throughput Purification: Abbott

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The candidate will assume a key role within an established high-throughput purification group in the Advanced Technology area that has multiple interactions with Discovery and Development teams. This position will provide exciting opportunities to devise innovative solutions to complex analytical and separation problems through the implementation and utilization of sophisticated instrumentation. A key focus of …

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NOS is on Facebook

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Professor Scott Sieburth created a Facebook Group for the 42nd National Organic Chemistry Symposium. You are welcome to join the NOS Facebook Group.

Travel Award Application Deadline Extended until 11/2/2010

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The Division has decided to extend the deadline until 11/2/2010 for Travel Award applications for Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students, and Faculty  at Predominantly Undergraduate Institutions for travel to the Anaheim National Meeting. To learn more, see the Organic Division’s Travel Award page.

The 23rd International Congress on Heterocyclic Chemistry

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The 23rd International Congress on Heterocyclic Chemistry will be held at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre on the banks of the river Clyde in Glasgow, Scotland, July 30 – August 4, 2011. The program will include an exciting range of cutting edge heterocyclic chemistry to reflect recent advances.  The main themes will include:  synthetic …

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Abstracts and Travel Award Applications Due for Anaheim

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October 25th is the due date for Abstracts and Travel Awards (for Undergraduates, Faculty at PUI’s, and Graduate students) for the Spring 2011 ACS Meeting in Anaheim. To submit an abstract, use ACS’ Abstract System (PACS). To submit a DOC Travel Award Application see the Travel Awards Page.

12th Annual Florida Heterocyclic and Synthetic IUPAC-Sponsored Conference

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Call for abstracts for the 12th Annual Florida Heterocyclic and Synthetic IUPAC-Sponsored Conference, which will be held March 6 – 9, 2011 at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, USA. The Conference will feature eleven plenary lectures given by academic and industrial experts from around the world together with invited lectures and short courses …

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Negishi, Suzuki, and Heck Win the 2010 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

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Ei-ichi Negishi and Akira Suzuki of Japan, and American Richard Heck have won the 2010 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for developing “one of the most sophisticated” tools used in organic chemistry. See the Nobelprize.org for more information.

WCC Lectureship Award

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The Women Chemists Committee (WCC) Lectureship Award seeks to enhance the reputation of early and mid-career female chemists and chemical engineers by supporting their travel to present technical talks at doctoral degree-granting institutions. Awards may be made directly to a female chemist who chooses to self-nominate, or to the host institution. Awards cover transportation, lodging, …

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AAAS supports the International Year of Chemistry with Symposia

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Chemistry symposia will be sponsored by the AAAS chemistry section and presented at the 2011 meeting of the AAAS in Washington, DC, Feb 18-21. These are specially selected symposia, chosen to highlight the role of chemistry in the International Year of Chemistry. The symposia are listed here. For more information on the meeting, see the …

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ORGN’s Support of the International Year of Chemistry

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The year 2011 has been designated the International Year of Chemistry by IUPAC and the United Nations. As a means of celebrating this event, the Division of Organic Chemistry of the American Chemical Society is organizing a one-day symposium to be held at the National American Chemical Society Meeting in Anaheim (March 27-31, 2011) entitled …

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The 2nd annual “Bench to Pilot Plant

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This one-day symposium featuring process R&D chemistry and new synthetic methodology is scheduled for Friday October 22, 2010 from 9 am to 5 pm at the Royal Sonesta Hotel in Cambridge, MA. This year’s meeting will include a catered lunch for conferees and a vendor show. For more details and registration information ($50 registration fee; …

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Younger Chemist Leadership Development Award

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Each year, the YCC grants 15 Younger Chemist Leadership Development Awards that support ACS members who are less than 35 years of age to travel to and participate in the annual ACS Leadership Institute and the Leadership Development Workshop. Awards are made on the basis of scientific merit and cover the registration fee, transportation, lodging, …

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CIBA/YCC Young Scientist Travel Award

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The ACS Younger Chemists Committee (YCC) and the CIBA Foundation are proud to introduce the CIBA/YCC Young Scientist Travel Award. The program provides funding for young and early-career chemists to travel to and participate in an ACS national or regional meeting. Through this program, the YCC and the CIBA Foundation continue to support development of …

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