The meeting will include a general poster session, an undergraduate program, and symposia on analytical chemistry, archaeometry, biochemistry, chemistry education, chemistry innovation, the chemistry of renewable energy, drug discovery and computational chemistry, the chemistry of Earth and space, environmental chemistry, green chemistry, food and wine chemistry, inorganic and materials chemistry, chemical and molecular microscopy, organic chemistry, medicinal chemistry, nanochemistry, physical chemistry, polymer chemistry, and radiochemistry and nuclear chemistry. An innovation fair in the exhibition will feature chemistry-based start-ups and sessions on commercialization. The final program summary will be published in C&EN in the spring, and an online program will be available later. Abstracts are due March 18. To submit an abstract, visit norm2019.org or the American Chemical Society’s Meeting Abstracts Programming System at maps.acs.org.
by Linda Wang |
February 03, 2019