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Dr Yoshiharu Nishiyama is the 2021 Anselme Payen Award winner

The 2021 Anselme Payen Award winner is Dr Yoshiharu Nishiyama, senior scientist at the Centre de Recherche sur les Mactromolécules Végétales (CERMAV) of French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) and Université Grenoble Alpes. He received his PhD in 2000 from the University of Tokyo, Japan, under supervision of professor T. Okano and S. Kuga, …

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GlycoMIP Summer School 2021

GlycoMIP, an NSF Materials Innovation Platform, will be organising a virtual summer school on June 7 – 11, 2021, remotely via Zoom. What you will learn GlycoMIP’s inaugural Summer School will cover fundamental and applied concepts specific to the research and service areas of the MIP: Glycomaterials – introduction and overview of the current state …

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2021 American Chemical Society Spring National Meeting

The ACS Spring 2021 meeting will be held between April 5-16 online. The CELL Division will be running 13 symposia, including 3D printing frontiers in renewable and smart materials for future circular economy A century of cellulose: The past, present and future of cellulose and renewable materials Biomaterials, biofuels and biochemicals from lignocelluloses Cellulose: The …

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7th International Polysaccharide Conference

On behalf of the EPNOE association, the Cellulose and Renewable Materials (CELL) division of the American Chemical Society and the Cellulose Society of Japan, the 7th International Polysaccharide Conference will be organised by five French laboratories recognised for their research in polysaccharides and their commitments to EPNOE. In the best traditions of EPNOE, the conference …

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Announcements about the ACS Spring 2021 National and Council Meetings

Originally planned as an in-person event in San Antonio, TX, in March 2021, the meeting was transitioned to a virtual event as a result of the rapidly rising number of COVID-19 cases locally, nationally, and globally, and predictions for worsening conditions throughout the winter season. The virtual format was chosen out of concern for the …

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2020 KINGFA Young Investigator Award

The 2020 KINGFA Young Investigator Award winner is Dr. Gustav Nyström, Head of Laboratory for Cellulose & Wood Materials, Empa – Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology. Dr. Nyström has made significant contributions mainly within the field of nanocellulose but also within the field of amyloid fibril self-assembly and amyloid based functional materials. …

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USACICS Fall 2020 announcement

As many of the CELL Division members know, the International Carbohydrate Symposium ICS 2020 has been canceled due to COVID-19, and it has been proposed that China will instead host the meeting in 2024. After carrying out a consultation with the individual country representatives whose meetings are affected, the following schedule has been approved by …

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Noureddine Abidi named as ACS CELL Division Fellow

Noureddine Abidi, Leidigh Professor at the Department of Plant & Soil Science (PSS) and the Managing Director of Fiber and Biopolymer Research Institute, Texas Tech University, has been named ACS CELL Division Fellow in 2020. This Fellowship recognizes the dedication, leadership, and enthusiastic service of Noureddine that has kept the CELL Division moving forward. Congratulations …

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