Tag Archive: ACS

Mar
16

Why this may be my last ACS

For many the ACS is the one meeting they go to year in year out. Me too. On and off over¬†approximately 16 years I have attended with a poster or given talks and even done booth duty. But the current meeting in San Diego may well be my last. Monday I gave a couple of …

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Aug
20

ACS 2015, chemistry talks, posters and Tattoo!

I am just back from a very busy trip to Boston for the ACS. It was great to meet up with many people I see only rarely, at these meetings as well as meet new people including one with a molecule tattoo that got a lot of interest on Twitter . I gave 5 talks …

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Aug
11

My updated schedule for the ACS Boston meeting

Well next week it is the ACS in Boston and of course I leave it to the week before to pull everything together. I initially put up here my listing of abstracts titles etc back in May. This has now been updated a bit to include additional talk and poster showings as well as times …

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Sep
09

Rethinking what I need in a journal and how I read papers

Last week I was invited at the behest of a major society (the ACS) that has lots of journals, to chat with a consultant – “The objective is to better understand the role¬†scientific publications play in the research community.” – that piqued my interest so I agreed. The discussion happened today, and I felt like …

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Mar
26

What am I getting for free from the ACS?

Well today’s gift from my email inbox is as follows. I am not quite sure what I am getting for free from the ACS or even if this is something I would normally pay for. What makes this interesting is the work itself (will reveal all later) was not NIH funded nor in fact funded …

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Feb
17

My proposed location for a future ACS Meeting, China

OK, it cannot go on. I am just flattered, absolutely flattered by all these scientific meeting requests I get in my mailbox on a daily, (yes daily) basis to go to meetings. It cannot go on much longer. The object of my frustration reads like the following. Do others get the same requests? 5th Annual …

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