Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Rapid real-time screening of soil and water at hazardous waste sites


This paper was presented at the American Chemical Society Fall meeting in Philadelphia, PA on the Environmental Chemistry Division program track in a symposium titled: Recent Advances in Remediation Strategies and Technologies for the Cleanup of Hazardous Waste Sites. This talk discusses headspace screening of VOC’s in soil and water samples that can be done in the field using a GC/PID headspace method for rapid detection. 






Sunday, September 18, 2016

Call for contributions to Advances in Analytical Separations at the 2017 #ACSSanFran meeting

Submit an abstract today or learn more about other Analytical Chemistry Division programming planned at the ACS San Francisco National Meeting April 2-6 2016: https://callforpapers.acs.org/sanfran2017/ANYL

If you have questions specific to the Advances in Separations symposium, please email me directly.

Saturday, September 17, 2016

SCHB member benefits: Discover the resources the ACS Division of Small Chemical Businesses offers




SUBMISSION ROLE: 
2016 Northeast Regional Meeting
CONTROL ID: 2586282
ABSTRACT SYMPOSIUM NAME: Small Chemical Businesses
AUTHORS (FIRST NAME, LAST NAME): Jennifer L. Maclachlan1
INSTITUTIONS (ALL): 1. PID Analyzers, LLC, Sandwich, MA, United States. 
TITLE: SCHB member benefits: Discover the resources the ACS Division of Small Chemical Businesses offers
ABSTRACT BODY: 
Abstract: 
The ACS Division of Small Chemical Businesses (SCHB) member benefits include: free membership for the first year, a deeply discounted booth exhibit space at ACS national meetings, a listing on our website business directory, discounted Society of Chemical Manufacturers and Affiliates (SOCMA) membership, outstanding programming at ACS national, regional, and (started in 2012) partnerships with local sections for programming, webinars, and other related events. At the heart of it all are amazing networking opportunities, including lunches, social events and ACS Division leadership opportunities for individuals who are self-employed, and/or employed by established as well as start-up chemical businesses.

Presentation details:
Friday afternoon at #NERM2016

Doubletree Hotel, Johnson Room
1:05pm-1:35pm October 7, 2016
Binghampton, NY
Learn more about the conference and/or register here


Personal branding in the digital age to advance your career in the chemical sciences






SUBMISSION ROLE: 2016 Northeast Regional Meeting
CONTROL ID: 2591588
ABSTRACT SYMPOSIUM NAME: Younger Chemist Committee Workshop
AUTHORS (FIRST NAME, LAST NAME): Jennifer L. Maclachlan1
INSTITUTIONS (ALL): 1. PID Analyzers, LLC, Sandwich, MA, United States. 
TITLE: Personal branding in the digital age to advance your career in the chemical sciences


ABSTRACT BODY: Abstract: Learning how to create a social strategy and develop a personal brand as an early career scientist can be advantageous for career advancement. This presentation will focus on the balance between personal and professional social media accounts, how to promote yourself as a scientist while maintaining your fan base and integrating social media and traditional networking to connect with a broader audience and ultimately, expand your network. Various social media platforms such as Linked-In, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram and blogs will be referenced.


Presentation details: 
Saturday morning October 8, 2016
Doubletree Hotel, Carlton Room
Binghamtpon, NY
9:55am-10:25am
Learn more about #NERM2016 or register to attend here 

Friday, September 16, 2016

Leveraging Linked-In and other simple social media in your sector of the chemical enterprise



AUTHORS (FIRST NAME, LAST NAME): Jennifer L. Maclachlan1
INSTITUTIONS (ALL): 1. PID Analyzers, LLC, Sandwich, MA, United States. 
TITLE: Leveraging linked-In and other simple social media in your sector of the chemical enterprise

ABSTRACT BODY: 
Abstract: 
Learn how to maximize your Linked-In profile and integrate other popular social media such as Facebook for business and individual Facebook accounts, Twitter, websites and blogs to share your science. The communication tools illustrated by examples in this presentation can be used for small chemical businesses, to promote research both published and unpublished, for use by members of ACS Divisions and/or ACS Local Sections and/or other scientific organizations and other community-based events.

Details:
Friday October 7, 2016
American Chemical Society Northeast Regional Meeting #NERM16
Binghampton, NY
3:50pm-4:20pm
Doubletree Hotel, Johnson Room
Register to attend this presentation and access the full meeting