The ACS Division of Inorganic Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry are proud to announce Daniel Gamelin, University of Washington, as the winner of the third Inorganic Chemistry Lectureship Award. Dr. Gamelin was nominated by his peers for his broad, unique, and outstanding sustained contribution to the development of inorganic nanoscience. He will be presented with an…

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There is an open postdoctoral position the Papish group at the University of Alabama, at the flagship campus in Tuscaloosa. A chemistry PhD is required. Desirable skills/interests include organometallic, inorganic synthesis and expertise in catalysis and kinetic studies. Experience with DFT is a plus though its not required. Applicants should send a CV to etpapish@ua.edu with subject…

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Updated Nov. 2019: DIC is not currently supporting postdoc ads on our website. In order to better serve DIC membership, the DIC Secretary will now accept requests to advertise postdoctoral positions on our Facebook page and on our Postdoc Ads section of our website.  Submissions must be from current DIC members, and are subject to…

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Dear Colleague: We are looking for a postdoc to join our molecular catalysis group at Pacific Northwest National Lab, and we request your help through encouraging potential candidates to apply.  The research position will focus on catalysis for H2 production and oxidation.  The position will include synthesis, characterization, catalyst testing, and mechanistic studies.  Expertise in the…

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  Last Name First Name Affiliation Supervisor Kender William The Ohio State University Malcolm Chisholm Bailey Wilson University of Washington Karen Goldberg Chanawanno Kullapa The University of Akron Christopher J. Ziegler Chen Chi University of Rochester, Yale University Patrick Holland Clark Melissa University of California, San Diego Clifford P. Kubiak Denny Michael University of California,…

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RSC Dalton Division invites calls for 5+5+5 meeting at Dalton 2016 29 – 31 March 2016 Warwick, UK We are looking for 5 sets of people, each containing 1 Canadian, 1 US and 1 UK based researcher in any area of inorganic chemistry to take part in a 5+5+5 meeting at the Dalton 2016 meeting…

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The Division of Inorganic Chemistry wins a Chemluminary Award in Boston! from the Committee on Divisional Activities Recognition of Innovation and Outstanding Service to Members of a Division The Division of Inorganic Chemistry established a symposium to celebrate the accomplishments of outstanding students at the culmination of their graduate or postdoctoral studies. Marking the event’s…

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A Postdoctoral position is available in Prof. Christine Caputo’s laboratory in the Department of Chemistry at the University of New Hampshire, Durham NH, USA. Applicants should have a Ph.D. in inorganic chemistry (or anticipate completing a Ph.D. prior to start date), have a strong publication record, a strong background in the synthesis and handling of air-sensitive compounds (using…

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Seeking two outstanding candidates with extensive inorganic, organic or organometallic chemistry experience to support emerging/growing programs focused on the fields of actinide chemistry and nuclear security.  Candidates will be performing synthetic chemistry to prepare, isolate and characterize novel compounds including those of the transition metals, or the actinides.  Study and optimization of metal catalyzed decomposition…

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