Past Thematic Programming at ACS National Meetings

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Spring 2019Chemistry for New FrontiersMichael Meador and Luke Roberson
Fall 2018Nanoscience, Nanotechnology & BeyondPaul Weiss
Spring 2018Nexus of Food, Energy & WaterJerald Schnoor
Fall 2017, Washington, DCChemistry's Impact on the Global EconomyNancy Jackson
Spring 2017, San FranciscoAdvanced Materials, Technologies, Systems & ProcessesKate Beers
Fall 2016, PhiladelphiaChemistry of the People, by the People, for the PeopleRudy Baum
Spring 2016, San DiegoComputers in ChemistryKennie Merz
Fall 2015, BostonInnovation from Discovery to ApplicationCarston Wagner
Spring 2015, DenverChemistry of Natural ResourcesRobert Weber
Fall 2014, San FranciscoChemistry & Global StewardshipRobin Rogers
Spring 2014, DallasChemistry & Materials for EnergyMichelle Buchanan and Nitash Balsara
Fall 2013, IndianapolisChemistry in MotionRobert Weiss
Spring 2013, New OrleansChemistry of Energy & FoodJames N. Seiber
Fall 2012, PhiladelphiaMaterials for Health & MedicineXinqiao Jia
Spring 2012, San DiegoChemistry of LifePeter Senter
Fall 2011, DenverChemistry of Air, Space, and WaterRon Cohen
Spring 2011, AnaheimChemistry of Natural ResourcesAnn-Christine Albertsson
Fall 2010, BostonChemistry for Preventing and Combating DiseaseJohn Finley and Kenneth Jacobson
Spring 2010, San FranciscoChemistry for a Sustainable WorldLaura Pence
Fall 2009, Washington, DCChemistry and Global Security: Challenges and OpportunitiesSadiq Shah
Fall 2008, PhiladelphiaChemistry for Health: Catalyzing Translational ResearchKinam Park
Spring 2008, New OrleansEnergy and the Environment

Mike Morello (Lead), Mercedes Maroto-Valer,

  Andrew Jackson, Eberhard Morgenroth

Fall 2007, BostonBiotechnology for Health and WellnessHan Shen, Les McQuire, John Finley
Spring 2007, ChicagoSustainability of Energy, Food, and Water

Catherine Hunt (Lead), Ken Anderson,

  Sharon Shoemaker, Benito Marinas

Fall 2006, San FranciscoRecovery from and Prevention of Natural DisastersRuth Hathaway