Astrochemical Complexity in Planetary Systems – Rescheduled for the Spring 2021 Meeting in Austin, TX
Misconceptions in Astrochemistry: A Chemist's Guide – Symposium at Pacifichem 2021 in Honolulu, HI – 16-21 December 2021 (rescheduled)
Check out recent news about the subdivision.
McGuire in C&EN's Talented 12
Subdivision member Prof. Brett McGuire (MIT) has been recognized in the 2020 edition of the Talented 12 featured annually since 2015 in Chemical and Engineering News. Congratulations, Brett!
Objectives of the Astrochemistry Subdivision
Astrochemistry is one of the most interdisciplinary fields of modern science. The purpose of this subdivision is to promote work in this field.
Each year the subdivision recognizes an outstanding Ph.D. thesis from within the preceding two calendar years. Applications are due around March 1. The winner will receive a $500 prize, an invitation to give a talk at the Fall ACS meeting, and a $500 travel award provided by ACS Earth and Space Chemistry to attend the Fall ACS meeting. The recipient and nominators must be members of the Astrochemistry Subdivision, and the Ph.D. must be conferred by the deadline. The 2020 recipient of the award is Dr. Andrew Turner, currently the Assistant Director of the W. M. Keck Laboratory of Astrochemistry at University of Hawaii at Manoa.
For students interested in contacting astrochemistry practitioners, this is a (ever-changing) listing of academic faculty and NASA researchers who work in the field.