Jul 21 - Jul 21, 2017
University of Melbourne
Sidney Myer Asia Centre
158/761 Swanston St
Parkville , VIC 3052
ACS on Campus continues its first tour of Australia with an event at University of Melbourne on Friday, May 21. We're bringing our best editors and researchers to the University of Melbourne for a full day of innovative lectures, scholarly publishing and science communication sessions, a career panel with local professionals, and student science presentations.
Prof. Justin Gooding, Editor-in-Chief, ACS Sensors
Prof. Michelle Coote, Associate Editor, Journal of the American Chemical Society
Prof. Jennifer Field, Associate Editor, Environmental Science & Technology
Prof. Stuart Conway, Associate Editor, Journal of Medicinal Chemistry
ACS on Campus is FREE and open to all students and researchers studying the sciences. Lunch will be provided for all attendees. Registration is not required but highly encouraged.
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The American Chemical Society is the world's largest scientific society with over 150,000 members worldwide. The ACS is delighted to inform you that it will be holding the first ever Australian Campus Events in July, just prior to the RACI Congress with one event at UNSW on 19th July and one at the University of Melbourne on 21st July.
Our goal is to help the Australian chemistry community understand more about the ACS does and what the ACS offers to its members and to the broader chemistry community.
To help shape the agenda for the day, we would appreciate it if you could complete a short survey: https://goo.gl/forms/lFK9mKAowAZKdtmD3
Come back soon to see the full agenda!
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WHY ACS ON CAMPUS IS FOR YOU
Leaders in the field
Heather L. Tierney, Ph.D.
Managing Editor, ACS Nano & Nano Letters
Heather received her Bachelor's degree in Chemistry from Assumption College in Worcester, MA. She then proceeded to complete a Ph. D. in Chemistry at Tufts University, where she used a combination of scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) and density functional theory (DFT) to study the surface chemistry of a variety of systems including bimetallic alloys, molecular self-assembly, and single-molecule rotors. Heather joined the Publications Division of the American Chemical Society in 2010 as the Managing Editor for ACS Nano and Nano Letters.