Over 4700 Technical Sessions Will Reveal New Findings At National Chemists' Meeting In Dallas, March 29 - April 2

DALLAS -- Monitoring cancer therapy and the global warming debate are among topics that will be discussed here March 29 through April 2 at the 215th national meeting of the American Chemical Society, the world's largest scientific society.

Approximately 10,000 registrants are expected to gather at the Dallas Convention Center and several major hotels.

Selected symposia and topics of special interest include:

Inhibiting amyloid plaque in Alzheimer's disease
Radiopharmaceuticals designed to monitor cancer therapy
Naturally occurring inhibitors of HIV
Three years of NAFTA and its impact on the chemical industry
Roles and accomplishments of women and minorities in chemistry
Chemical patents related to chocolate and toys
Tributyltin compounds in the aquatic environment
Causes of smog & ozone in major world cities, such as Paris, Mexico City and Johannesburg
The role of atmospheric chemistry in the global warming debate
Beef flavor and fat composition: pasture-fed v. grain-fed cattle
Community service as a chemistry degree requirement
Self assembly of materials
Role of the contract laboratories in the development of agrochemicals
43 Award addresses, including two Nobel laureates, the inventor of Post-ItR
Notes, and an advocate for encouraging disadvantaged students into careers in the chemical sciences.

Society President Paul H. L. Walter, Ph.D., will host a presidential symposium featuring distinguished scientists who will discuss challenges for chemistry in the 21st century, including the interface of chemistry and biology and the emerging new materials of nanotechnology. A second panel will debate the future of federal support for research and development.

A chemistry exposition featuring more than 200 compan

Contact: Jim Bohning
American Chemical Society

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