Visit us at the ACS Fall National Meeting in Boston

We’re in Boston this week and we look forward to seeing you at booth 801 at the ACS Fall 2010 National Meeting and Exposition. Find out how together we are growing world-class chemical sciences. And make sure you enter our competition – the prize on offer is an Apple iPad!

Here are some more events for your diary:

Sunday 22nd    
LASSO-ing potential pregnane X receptor agonists (Antony Williams, ChemSpider, RSC) 09.00 252B
How community crowd sourcing and social networking is helping to build a quality online resource for chemists (Antony Williams, ChemSpider, RSC) 10.25 Seaport Hotel, Ballroom A
RSC Members’ Reception (invitation only) 17.00-18.30 Copley Hotel
Tuesday 24th    
RSC Celebration: Join us in celebrating the RSC’s latest product launches and find out how together we are growing world-class chemical sciences 15.00 Booth 801, Exhibition hall
An overview and update of RSC ChemSpider capabilities (Antony Williams, ChemSpider, RSC) 15.30 – 18.00 102B
Thursday 26th    
Chemistry in your hand. Using mobile devices to access public chemistry compound data (Antony Williams, ChemSpider, RSC) 13.30 156A

Booth highlights to look out for:


  • RSC Roadmap for Chemical Sciences
  • Connect with MyRSC 
  • RSC Prizes & Awards: a celebration of excellence in chemical sciences
  • ChemCareers: the RSC online careers event 
    The latest journals news and announcements on new books and discounts plus:

  • ChemSpider – Free chemical structure-based search engine
  • Discover the new RSC Publishing platform
  • 2009 Impact Factor success

  • Visit the booth to find out how you can subscribe to Chemistry World at a specially reduced rate
  • Networks & Interest Groups 
  • Our vision is to be the foremost in the world in promoting and developing the chemical sciences for the benefit of society.  As a not-for-profit organisation we are committed to investing in the advancement of science. Through our global membership, our journal and books publishing, and our events for chemical scientists, industrialists and policy makers, we are ensuring that an enthusiastic, innovative and thriving scientific community is in place to face the future.

    We look forward to seeing you in Boston!

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