ORLANDO, Fla. More than 6,500 cutting-edge research findings will be presented at the 223rd national meeting of the American Chemical Society, April 7-11, in Orlando. Nearly 11,000 scientists are expected to attend the meeting, which will be held at the Orange County Convention Center.
- Regeneration of damaged nerves
- Predicting whos at risk for Alzheimers disease
- Government and industry roles in responding to terrorism
- Roles of science and technology in our energy future
- Nurturing partnerships with the Cuban scientific community
- Targeting diabetic nerve and eye damage
- Women in the Manhattan Project
- Fatty acids vs. postpartum depression
- New approaches to treatment of osteoporosis
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The meeting is open to accredited news media. The pressroom will be located in Room 309A, on the third level of the Convention Center. It will open for on-site registration from noon to 6 p.m., Saturday, April 6, and it will be open Sunday through Wednesday from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m., and on Thursday from 8 a.m. to noon, Eastern Time.
News media must register at the pressroom to receive badges for admittance to events. Press kits will include a complete set of meeting abstracts, news releases on selected research papers, and a schedule of news briefings. For morePage: 1 2 Related biology news :1
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