National Meetings

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US National Meeting

Our US National Meetings offer scientific professionals a legitimate platform to present, publish, discuss and exhibit the most exciting research discoveries and technologies in chemistry and its related disciplines. Furthermore, our US national meetings facilitate networking opportunities, career development and placement, and provide companies an opportunity to exhibit products and services to a targeted audience.

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The Pacifichem Congress, a technical conference focused on chemistry, is held every five years through the organization of the International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies. Pacifichem sponsors include the American Chemical Society, Canadian Society for Chemistry, Chemical Society of Japan, New Zealand Institute of Chemistry, Royal Australian Chemical Institute, Korean Chemical Society, and Chinese Chemical Society.

Technical Divisions

Technical divisions provide programming and content for ACS US National Meetings. Each technical division is field specific and provides members a forum for networking and collaboration within their specialty area. There are more than 30 ACS Technical Divisions, each focusing on a specific field of the chemical endeavor. Division membership is a unique vehicle for making the ACS your society and for tailoring programs and activities to meet your particular professional concerns.

Green Chemistry

Conferences and symposia provide invaluable opportunities to extend and strengthen the Green Chemistry community, and our collective body of knowledge.

ACS Affiliated-Meetings

ACS-affiliated meetings are meetings co-sponsored by ACS and other respected scientific organizations. These meetings typically focus on niche areas of chemistry and attract distinguished presenters and leaders in the field.

US Regional Meetings

ACS organizes and sponsors a variety of events including conferences, symposia and workshops to provide chemists in Asia with opportunities for professional advancement.

For information on other meetings, visit the ACS Meeting Locator.