ACS National Meeting, 2-6 April 2017
The Spring ACS meeting in San Francisco includes a number of symposia emphasizing topics in biophysical chemistry, including hydrophobicity, ion solvation, forces in biochemical processes, protein-nanomaterials, and more.
Multicenter Molecules and Coupled Molecular Assemblies
Steven Corelli (Notre Dame) and Kenneth Hendersonk (Northeastern University) will host a symposium in San Francisco exploring the design and characteriation of systems of interacting molecules.
2015 ACS Peter Debye Award
Biophysical Subdivision member, Prof. Sunney Xie of Harvard U., is
the 2015 ACS Peter Debye Award in Physical Chemistry.
Long-range Correlated Motions in Proteins
A symposium in San Francisco organized by Andrea Marketz (SUNY Buffalo) will explore the role of long-range correlated motion in biomolecular function.
Congratulations to Prof. Adrian Roitberg of U. Florida, member of the Biophysical Chemistry Subdivision, for being selected as a 2014 ACS Fellow!
Please visit the website of our "sister" organization, the Biophysical Chemistry Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry (UK). More information is available here.