The Cincinnati Chapter of the American Chemical Society will hold their monthly meeting in the Mount St. Joseph University theater lobby from 6-9 p.m. on Thursday, February 12, 2015.
The featured speaker is Dan Feldheim, a University of Colorado, Boulder, professor in the department of chemistry and biochemistry. His lecture, “Nanometer-Scale Therapeutics for the Treatment of Multi-Drug Resistant Infectious Diseases,” will discuss alternate strategies to deal with antibiotic-resistant problems.
“The Mount, along with other universities such as UC, NKY and Xavier, take part in this professional group and it’s exciting to bring chemists to the Mount’s campus,” said Jamie Titus, Ph.D., assistant professor of chemistry. “The students in our chemistry program at the Mount will be able to network and engage is listening to research on topics in chemistry.”
More than 100 industry professionals will attend the ACS meeting at the Mount. The monthly meeting for the group travels to various locations and workplaces each month.
Teachers of grades K-12 and those with special chemistry and/or science interests are welcome to attend. For more information, visit www.acscincinnati.org.
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