The American Chemical Society is the largest organization in the world devoted to a single discipline with over 150,000 members world-wide. The Nashville Section is one of 189 local sections nation-wide. We serve member chemists and chemical engineers in middle Tennessee and south central Kentucky. There are six other sections that serve Tennessee.
“Human Plus: Real Lives + Real Engineering” is the new traveling exhibit that just opened at the Discovery Center. The Nashville Section of the ACS is co-hosting a public kick-off event on Tuesday, June 16th with distinguished guest speaker Dr. Manu Platt from Georgia Tech. ACS members are invited to the Meet & Greet reception that will begin at 6:00pm, with hors d’oeuvres and beverages, followed by a public lecture at 6:30pm.
Speaker: Dr. Manu O. Platt
Title: What’s eating YOU?: Novel assays and computational techniques to quantify protease activity in health and disease
Date/Time: Tuesday, June 16th, 6:30 pm
Location: Discovery Center at Murfree Spring
502 S.E. Broad Street, Murfreesboro, TN
RSVP to email@example.com
Find a printable flyer to share with your friends here.
The Nashville Local Section is once again nominated in multiple categories for the 17th Annual ChemLuminary Awards that will be presented at the 250th ACS National Meeting in Boston on Tuesday, August 18, at The Westin Copley Place Hotel.
We hope to see you in Boston!!
To the 20+ users who joined us on Adobe Connect for our first Live Streaming Event in the Nashville Local Section, we send a huge THANK YOU!!
If you were not able to join us, the presentation and Q&A are available here.
A Live Streaming Event brought to you on Adobe Connect by
Western Kentucky University and the Nashville ACS
Now and Not Yet:
Forensic Drug Chemistry and the Future of Forensic Science
Drug Chemistry Supervisor
Kentucky State Police Central Forensic Laboratory
Day: Thursday, March 19, 2015
Thanks to everyone who came to Nashville to
Tune in to Chemistry in Music City
October 16-19, at the Sheraton Music City
We had a blast hosting the meeting. See you next year in Memphis!!
We also want to say a huge THANK YOU to our friends from UT-Martin and the Kentucky Lake Section who helped with the meeting.
Chemistry demonstrations for schools and private events
Mr. Bond, The Science Guy
A list courtesy of our Councilor, Ruth Woodall
What is the ACS???
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The Councilor's Report from the recent Denver National Meeting is now available here.
The Nashville Section has grown large enough to have two Councilors and two Alternate Councilors. Congratulations to Judith Iriarte-Gross on her recent election as our newest Section Councilor and to Preston MaDougall and William Ilsley as our newest Section Alternate Councilors.