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May 9th Dinner Meeting – “Chemists in a Library: Paper Preservation at the Library of Congress”

Join us on Thursday, May 9th, for the Chemical Society of Washington (CSW) dinner meeting. Andrew R. Davis, Ph.D., ChemistPreservation Research and Testing DivisionLibrary of Congress “Chemists in a Library:Paper Preservation at the Library of Congress” BiographyDr. Andrew R. Davis is a chemist and polymer scientist in Library of Congress’s […]

Applications being accepted for tuition-free (2-week) short-course! SCIENCE FOR CONSERVATION: FUNDAMENTALS AND APPLICATIONS

SCIENCE FOR CONSERVATION: FUNDAMENTALS AND APPLICATIONS The Department of Chemistry and the Institute for Soft Matter Synthesis and Metrology of Georgetown University are pleased to announce an intense (2 week), tuition-free, short-course that will be held in 109 Regents Hall on the campus of Georgetown from July 22nd until August […]

**Date Change** April 22nd Science Café – How Chemistry Directs the District’s Water Quality Program

Please join the CSW for a Science Café Event, a chance to discuss science and technology issues with experts set in the casual atmosphere of a DC restaurant! Join Jeffery Seltzer, Acting Deputy Director of the Natural Resources Administration at the DC Department of Energy and Environment for an overview of the District’s water […]

Intersection of Chemistry and Toxicology in the 21st Century

When: Tuesday, April 30, 2019, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM Where: American Chemical Society (ACS) Headquarters, 1155 16th St. NW, Washington DC 20036 Cost: $25 SOT/ACS Members and Non-Members; $5 Students/Post-Docs; $0 remote participation. Lunch and Snacks Provided!  Mentoring Lunch and Poster Competition for Students and Post-Docs (details below)! Registration: Register online for in-person […]

Honoring the IYPT

This message is being sent on behalf of ACS President Bonnie Charpentier I am reaching out to inform you about an opportunity your local section can be involved with to help celebrate the International Year of the Periodic Table (IYPT). Included is a draft resolution recognizing IYPT that you can […]

Garbage In, Garbage Out: The Predictable and Unpredictable Challenges of Regulating Machine Learning Systems – April 11, 2019

Topic: Garbage In, Garbage Out: The Predictable and Unpredictable  Challenges of Regulating Machine Learning Systems Date: Thursday, 11 April 2019 06:30 PM Place: 4450 Wisconsin Ave. NW (Tenley-Friendship Library), Upstairs Meeting Room, Washington, DC  Livestreaming: Available. Must register. Speaker: Dr Daniel Greene of University of Maryland Registration: * Free * […]

Computing Medicine – April 30, 2019

Topic: Computing Medicine Date: April 30, 2019 (Tuesday) Speaker: Prof. Ophir Frieder of Georgetown University Time: 6:30 PM for networking (Talk begins 7:00 PM) Place: 1244 Oak Ridge Ave, McLean, VA (Dolley Madison Library), Meeting Room 2 Live streaming: Available. Must register. Registration: Abstract: Computing continues to change the […]