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Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting of the ACS - MARM 2011

Activity by Paul Tukey   |   added on Sep 25, 2010   |   United States Official_iyc_logo

Sponsor(s): Wash. DC Section of the ACS & The University of Maryland at College Park

One of the largest annual regional meetings of the American Chemical Society covering NY, NJ, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virgina and DC, featuring hot topics in Chemistry, sessions for chemists from industry and academia to present recent work, career development seminars, awards banquets, networking -- and fun!

The Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting (MARM) of the American Chemical Society (ACS) is planning its 2011 meeting to be sponsored by the Washington DC Section of the ACS and the University of Maryland, to take place on the University of Maryland campus at College Park, May 21-24, 2011.  Visit our website at:  www.marmacs.org

Our theme is "The International Year of Chemistry" and we plan to connect with other IYC 2011 activities around the world. 

Both the American Chemical Society and all of the ACS Sections in the Middle Atlantic Region actively pursue every one of the IYC interests, and also serve as the primary professional society for chemists in our region, providing networking, continuing education, prefessional development and volunteer opportunities to members.

MARM 2011 will feature presentations on hot topics in Chemistry, sessions for chemists from industry and academia to present recent work, career development seminars, interest group meetings, awards banquets, networking -- and plenty of fun!

For more information please visit our website at  www.marmacs.org


Topic: conferences, seminars, celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, networking, biotechnology, sustainable and green chemistry Audience: researchers, students, public policy officials, women chemists, professionals, secondary school teachers, secondary school students
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