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The American Chemical Society
Division of Inorganic Chemistry

Advancing the Science of Inorganic Chemistry

The Division of Inorganic Chemistry, a division of The American Chemical Society, is dedicated to advancing the field of inorganic chemistry through supporting its practitioners and purveyors. The Division works to build and maintain relationships among inorganic chemists, arrange inorganic chemistry programs at professional meetings, and promote the teaching of inorganic chemistry at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Our combined passion and dedication has made our organization the oldest Inorganic Chemistry organization in North America.

Upcoming Events

Sep 2021

2021/2022 Periodic TableTalks - 09/15/21 - 03/16/22 at 12:00 am

Mar 2022

ACS Scholars Program - Application Period Ends March 1st! - 03/01/22 - 03/02/22 at All Day
65th DIC Anniversary Symposium at San Diego ACS National Meeting - 03/20/22 at 12:00 am
ACS: Evolving Bimolecular Sciences - San Diego, CA - Spring 2022 - 03/20/22 - 03/24/22 at 12:00 am

Aug 2022

ACS: Sustainability in a Changing World - Chicago, IL - Fall 2022 - 08/21/22 - 08/25/22 at 12:00 am

News & Recent Updates

Daniel Suess

2021 Sessler Award recipient

November 9, 2021

Congratulations to Prof. Daniel Suess (MIT), the 2021 recipient of the ACS Jonathan L. Sessler Award for Emerging Leaders in Bioinorganic and Medicinal Inorganic Chemistry.  

2022 ACS DIC Award Winners

October 8, 2021

Congratulations to the DIC members who received ACS national awards in 2022! ACS Award for Distinguished Service in the Advancement of Inorganic Chemistry Al Sattelberger, University of Central Florida ACS Award for Research at an Undergraduate Institution sponsored by Research Corporation for Science Advancement Chip Nataro, Lafayette College ACS Award in Inorganic Chemistry sponsored by…

Nominations open for Sessler Fellowship for Emerging Leaders in Bioinorganic and Medicinal Inorganic Chemistry

July 16, 2021

ACS is pleased to announce the call for nominations for the Jonathan Sessler Fellowship for Emerging Leaders in Bioinorganic and Medicinal Inorganic Chemistry. The Sessler Fellowship is open to an investigator in his/her first five years of a tenure-track position, or an equivalent research appointment, with accommodation made for family, health, or provider leaves, at…