The Chemistry of Beer
Legend Brewing Co.
321 W 7th St, Richmond, VA 23224
Thursday, September 25th at 6:00 pm
Younger chemists committee
Please join us for the fall YCC event!
All scientists, chemists, students, and young professionals are welcome to join!
We will be touring the brewery downstairs, and then beer tasting for only $5 per person will be taking place upstairs at the pub (must be 21+ to participate).
Space is limited!
Please RSVP to Kathleen Sink at firstname.lastname@example.org by September 10th.
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SAACS at JMU is hosting a Webinar on October 7 that is sponsored by the ACS Younger Chemists Committee. The Webinar entitled, “Speaking Simply: Communicating your Science” aims to show students how to break down complicated science concepts into more simple language.
The speakers are Douglas Dollemore and Darcy Gentleman from the ACS Office of Public Affairs. The program, which begins at 7 pm, will include a live Q&A and an opportunity for networking/socializing at 6:30. There will also be a raffle with prizes.
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