Press registration opens for ACS Spring 2024

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WASHINGTON, Jan. 25, 2024 — Journalists who register for the American Chemical Society’s (ACS’) upcoming hybrid meeting and exposition — ACS Spring 2024 — will have access to nearly 12,000 presentations on topics including agriculture and food, energy and fuels, health and medicine, sustainability, and more. ACS Spring 2024 is being held virtually and in person in New Orleans on March 17-21, with the theme “Many Flavors of Chemistry.”

ACS considers requests for press credentials and complimentary meeting registration from reporters (staff and freelance) and public information officers at government, nonprofit and educational institutions. Please request credentials by completing this form. ACS reserves the right to refuse press credentials for any reason.

Marketing and public relations professionals, lobbyists, scientists, journal managing editors, book-commissioning editors, acquisitions editors, publishers or those who do not produce news for a publication or institution are not eligible for press credentials. These professionals can register for ACS Spring 2024 via the meeting page.

Cutting-edge developments on a range of scientific topics will be featured at ACS Spring 2024. Embargoed press releases and videos will be available in advance.

For health and safety information for ACS Spring 2024, see the FAQ webpage.


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