Seminar September 16, 2021: “Meeting the Challenge: Decarbonization of Transportation in the 21st Century”
Decarbonization of the transportation industry is a critical part of addressing climate change. What will be required to accomplish this massive overhaul of the industry? Electric vehicles are a widely-publicized piece of the solution, but electrifying passenger cars and trucks will require increasing raw material availability, increasing electricity production, and adjusting our travel habits to […]
Presenter Bio Dr. Colin F. Baxter, Professor Emeritus of History, East Tennessee State University, was born in Harrow, England. He earned his B.Sc., degree from East Tennessee State University, and his M.A., and Ph.D., degrees from the University of Georgia. His first teaching post was at Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina, where he taught British […]
A narrative History of the section has been uploaded here thanks to our NETS-ACS Historian, Bob Maleski. Check out the narrative history at the link above or head over to the History page to learn more about the history of the section.
On April 21, 2021 at 6:00-7:30 PM EDT the Northeast Tennessee Section of the American Chemical Society will hold its annual awards ceremony virtually via Zoom. Section members should watch their e-mail for a link to the Zoom meeting. Awards to be presented at this year’s annual awards ceremony include ACS Member Service Awards, the […]
Councilor Talking Points from the Spring 2021 ACS Virtual Council Meeting.
Please enjoy the great videos sponsored by Eastman Chemical Company, American Chemical Society (ACS), Museum of Science, Boston (MOS), National Informal STEM Education Network (NISE Net) and National Science Foundation. Magic of Chemistry – National Chemistry Week Demonstration National Chemistry Week 2020 Adhesives Science Elites | Shawn Dougherty | Excited Egg 2020 Science Elites | […]
On October 22nd and 23rd, the Northeast Tennessee Local Section of American Chemical Society (NETS-ACS) and Eastman Chemical Company will host the 29th annual award-winning National Chemistry Week (NCW) celebration. Over 36,000 children had participated in this event since its inception in 1991. For the past eleven years we’ve successfully had T-shirt artwork design contests […]
The following summary is provided to help Councilors report to their Local Sections and Divisions on key actions of the ACS Council meeting held April 3, and Board of Directors meetings held March 29-31, at the 2019 spring national meeting in Orlando, Florida. Actions of the Council Election Results Candidates for President-Elect, 2020 The Committee […]
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