The Indiana Local Section of the American Chemical Society consists of approximately 1400 chemists. The section covers 44 counties across the central portion of Indiana. Our membership includes industrial chemists from several companies, academic chemists from numerous colleges and universities, and many retired chemists.
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The Indiana Local Section would like to thank the following sponsors for their valuable donations. Without this support, the local section could not function in its current capacity. Thanks also goes out to all of the hard-working volunteers who make this local section so great.