This weekend, over 10,000 chemists will descent upon San Francisco for the American Chemical Society national meeting. For those of us that are presenting at the conference, we’re spending this week making last minute changes to our presentations, wrapping up work projects and cleaning off our desks. Next week, we’ll be absorbed with research talks&posters, short courses, seminars, luncheons, receptions, a huge vendor exhibit and career fair. While many hours will be spent knee-deep in science, we’ll carve out time to meet-up with old college friends, make new connections and enjoy the city of San Francisco. I’ll be blogging from the meeting about talks, poster sessions, plenary sessions, receptions and one of my favorite parts of the meeting – the Exposition. If you’re heading to meeting, leave a comment below. Presenting a talk or poster? Leave those details too!
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