Chemists of all flavors to present at ACS Spring 2024

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WASHINGTON, March 12, 2024 — The American Chemical Society (ACS) is hosting ACS Spring 2024, its virtual and in-person meeting, with the theme “Many Flavors of Chemistry.” It will take place in New Orleans on March 17-21.

Cutting-edge developments on a range of scientific topics will be featured at ACS Spring 2024. Embargoed press releases and videos are available to members of the media on EurekAlert!. Reporters can also email to request access to the embargoed content. View the ACS Spring 2024 schedule for a full list of in-person, hybrid and virtual events.

Attend one of the many keynote sessions, virtually or in person, including the plenary session on Sunday, March 17; the Kavli Foundation Emerging Leader in Chemistry lecture on Monday, March 18; and the Fred Kavli Innovations in Chemistry lecture on Tuesday, March 19.

Endorsed by ACS President Mary K. Carroll and the organizers, the meeting’s presidential events will deliver scientific content of greatest interest to those attending ACS Spring 2024. Here is a full list of these events.

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

For more information about the meeting, check the ACS Spring 2024 webpage.


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