248th ACS National Meeting & Exposition

August 10-14, 2014 | San Francisco, CA • Chemistry & Global Stewardship

Chemistry & Global Stweardship - Call for Papers

Attendee Registration and Housing will open May 2014

Meet with more than 15,000 chemists, academics, students, and other professionals in San Francisco as we explore the Fall 2014 ACS National Meeting theme: "Chemistry & Global Stewardship". Poster sessions, social events, and presentations present unparalleled opportunities to network with your peers. Find out other great reasons to register! Why Attend?

Registration: Information, process, and fees

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Event Planning

Organizing an event during the 248th ACS National Meeting & Exposition in San Francisco?  These resources will help ACS divisions, committees, exhibitors and staff to arrange events for the meeting.

Travel Resources

Discounts and other useful information to plan your trip.

Poster & Speaker Instructions

Helpful tips, guidelines, and instructions for presenting at a National Meeting.

Resources for International Attendees

Find information on obtaining a U.S. visa, the visa waiver program for travelers from selected countries, and what to do if you have visa problems.

Meeting Presenters:
Download a personalized visa letter. (You will need to log in using your ACS ID. Don't have an ACS ID?)

National Meeting Newsletter

Get notified! Official updates on ACS national meetings - including locations, registration and accommodation dates, information and discounts, resources and event details.

Program Overview

What does "Chemistry & Global Stewardship" really mean? See our Kavli Lecture Series and Plenary speaker line up, as well as theme-related symposia and workshops.

San Francisco Technical Symposia

Find division program chair and symposium organizer contact information, abstract submission deadlines, and meeting symposia details.

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