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Meet our Editor-in-Chief at #ACSBOSTON in August | Booth 712

PLOS ONE is excited to be exhibiting at this year’s American Chemical Society (ACS) National Meeting in Boston.

It’s our first year attending this meeting and if you’ll be in Boston, we hope you visit us at Booth 712, talk to us about your research and learn about how PLOS ONE is growing in physical sciences and chemistry. PLOS ONE has published over 20,000 open-access, peer reviewed articles in chemistry and if you’re an author, reviewer or editor on one or more of these papers, stop by and pick up your PLOS  t-shirt (while supplies last).

Highlights at this meeting include:

PLOS ONE ECR Travel Award for the Chemistry & Materials Science category

A travel award program for early career researchers presenting work at a 2018 chemistry and materials science conference.

Call for Papers in Open Biomaterials Research

A special collection publishing in May 2019, with Guest Editors:

Even if you’re not attending, you can enjoy these featured PLOS ONE research articles, which are always free to access no matter where you are in the world.

Heatinducedradiolabeling and click chemistry: A powerful combination for generating multifunctional nanomaterials Hushan Yuan, Moses Q. Wilks, Georges El Fakhri, Marc D. Normandin, Charalambos Kaittanis, Lee Josephson
Editor: Michael K. Chan, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, HONG KONG
Views 1962 | Citations 3
Browse recent and popular in Nanotechnology (1,294 articles)

Separation of 103Ru from a proton irradiated thorium matrix: A potential source of Auger therapy radionuclide 103mRh Tara Mastren, Valery Radchenko, Philip D. Hopkins, Jonathan W. Engle, John W. Weidner, Roy Copping, Mark Brugh, F. Meiring Nortier, Eva R. Birnbaum, Kevin D. John, Michael Ernst-Heinrich Fassbender
Editor: Bruno Merk, University of Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM
Views 3,882 | Saves 4
Browse recent and popular in Radiochemistry

Hydrophobic pinning with copper nanowhiskers leads to bactericidal properties
Ajay Vikram Singh, Semanur Baylan, Byung-Wook Park, Gunther Richter, Metin Sitti
Views 1,604 | Citations 9
Editor: Horacio Bach, University of British Columbia, CANADA
Browse recent and popular in Bionanotechnology

Environmental Chemistry
Comparing residential contamination in a Houston environmental justice neighborhood before and after Hurricane Harvey
Jennifer A. Horney, Gaston A. Casillas, Erin Baker, Kahler W. Stone, Katie R. Kirsch, Krisa Camargo, Terry L. Wade, Thomas J. McDonald
Views 1,824 | Citations 2
Editor: Andy T. Y. Lau, Shantou University Medical College, CHINA
Browse recent and popular in Environmental Chemistry

3D Printing
Expertguided optimization for 3D printing of soft and liquid materials
Sara Abdollahi, Alexander Davis, John H. Miller, Adam W. Feinberg
Views 2,275 | Saves 7
Editor: Feng Zhao, Michigan Technological University, UNITED STATES
Browse recent and popular in 3D printing

Classification of crystallization outcomes using deep convolutional neural networks
Andrew E. Bruno, Patrick Charbonneau, Janet Newman, Edward H. Snell, David R. So, Vincent Vanhoucke, Christopher J. Watkins, Shawn Williams, Julie Wilson
Views 2,523 | Citations 1
Editor: Jianjun Hu, University of South Carolina, UNITED STATES
Browse recent and popular in Crystallography

NMR Spectroscopy
3D printed microchannels for subnL NMR spectroscopy
E. Montinaro, M. Grisi, M. C. Letizia, L. Pethö, M. A. M. Gijs, R. Guidetti, J. Michler, J. Brugger, G. Boero
Views 638 | Shares 1
Editor: David T. Eddington, University of Illinois at Chicago, UNITED STATES
Browse recent and popular in 3D printing

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We look forward to meeting you at ACS or online. 

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