Mark Your Calendars
ACS National Meeting Chicago, March 25-29 The American Chemical Society's 233rd national meeting promises to be one of 2007's biggest and most productive science conferences, and a bonanza of spot news, feature topics and background for reporters covering science, medicine, energy, environment, food, business or the environment. We expect more than 9,000 scientific papers on topics spanning science's horizons from astronomy to zoology. To access the ACS News Service's new electronic press center for the Chicago meeting, with media registration and housing, go to: www.acspresscenter.org.
Special Event: Chicago News Media Tour/Briefing/Reception
News media are invited to a special event at the Art Institute of Chicago, scheduled during the ACS national meeting. The Art Institute, Northwestern University and Argonne National Laboratory are partners in a noted art conservation science program. Reporters will get briefings from program scientists and a behind-the-scenes tour of science labs, followed by a reception honoring ACS Grady-Stack Awardee Stuart Brown in the beautiful environs of the Institute. The event begins at 4 p.m. on March 26. Space is strictly limited, so register early by contacting Michael Woods at email@example.com or 202-872-6293.
Contact: Michael Woods
American Chemical Society