Date: Wed, 30 Jun 2010 07:27:41 -0400
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From: "Secretary, ACS Division of Chemical Health and Safety"

Subject: Another CHAS related Boston Event

One other event that will occur at the ACS meeting in Boston this August 
that the Division is involved in is the MIT Graduate Student Symposium, 
240th ACS National Meeting, Monday, August 23rd, 2010 on Chemistry and 
Policy: Solving Problems at the Interface. The Division is co-sponsoring 
this event. 

Symposia topics include:
The Interface, Health, Environment, and Security
David Goldston - When Science and Politics Meet
Jay Keasling - Engineering Microbial Metabolism for Production of the 
Anti-Malarial Drug Artemisinin
Joan Berkowitz - Better Things for Better Living through Chemistry
William Rees, Jr. - LANL Contributions to Chemical Research, Public 
Policy, and National Defense

The Scientist in Public Service, Energy, and Innovation
Janan Hayes - Scientist, Politician, Policy Maker: A Historical 
John Gavenonis - Federal Public Policy Advocacy for Chemists
Kathryn Beers - A Chemist in Public Service: =46rom Government Lab to 
the Executive Office and Back
John Deutch - Energy Technology Innovation
George Whitesides - Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Chemistry

All Divisional activities in Boston can be reviewed at our web site 
( and will be summarized in CHAS at a Glance, which 
is expected to be available in a couple of weeks.

- Ralph

Ralph Stuart
Division of Chemical Health and Safety
American Chemical Society

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