In the world of competitive and professional sports, chemistry is more impactful than you might think. Discover the materials that chemists are creating to enable athletes to perform better and stay safer, as well as how analytical chemistry is advancing to detect performance enhancing substances in order to keep the playing field level for everyone. During this interactive event, viewers will be able to network with young chemists and have an opportunity to ask questions live to the experts regarding the amazing work that is being done in sports science.
Location: NCSU, Dabney Hall, Room 220
Contact: Phil Brown, sponsor of ACS Student Affiliate
Sasha Ormond, Joon Cho, and Al Tonelli accept ChemLuminary Award
Recipients were announced at the 252nd ACS National Meeting in Philadelphia, PA on Tuesday, August 23, at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. The presentations included awards given by 19 committees of the Society.
The North Carolina section received the award for Outstanding Performance by a Local Section (Large Size) for reaching broader constituents in the community through a Mole Day celebration and collaboration with Fayetteville State University, for our SCC holding visits to Nomacorc, Metabolon, and the North Carolina Natural History Museum, for our WCC holding a networking brunch and breakfast, and for our Education Committee committing $3,000 of the Section’s budget to subsidize AACT membership for local chemistry teachers.
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A summer program that propels learning and expands horizons.
The North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics (NCSSM) Summer Accelerator and Early Accelerator programs offer an experience for talented students from anywhere in the world that fuses hands-on learning with collaboration while diving into unique STEM topics.
Who can apply?
Talented rising 7th- 12th grade students from anywhere in the world.
What does the cost cover?
Tuition & fees, Room & board, Activities, Shuttle service
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Residential & day courses such as engineering, genetics, forensics, chemistry & more.
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