Deadline for fall ACS Meeting abstracts is March 18

The fall ACS Meeting will take place in Indianapolis, September 8-12, 2013. However, the program is not complete without those of you who are willing to share your accomplishments, research, projects and observations with us.

Hopefully there are topics of interest to all of those involved with chemical information. If you would like to contribute to our programming and submit an abstract for a talk, the deadline is March 18, 2013.

The following is a list of the symposia planned for Indianapolis:

  • Before and After Lab: Instructing Students in 'Non-chemical' Research Skills
  • Chemistry on Tablet Computers
  • Computational Profiling and Repositioning as Promising New Ways of Drug Development
  • Computational Toxicology
  • Current Challenges in Cheminformatics: Exploiting Information and Knowledge in Structured and Unstructured Environments
  • Exchangeable Molecular and Analytical Data Formats and Their Importance in Facilitating Data Exchange
  • Graduate Student Research Symposium in Cheminformatics, Information Science, and Library Science
  • Integrative Chemogenomics Knowledge Mining Using NIH Open Access Resource
  • Joint CINF-CSA Trust Symposium: Semantic Technologies in Translational Medicine and Drug Discovery
  • Print Resources in a Digital World: Publishing, Acquiring, Using, Managing, and Preserving Chemistry Library Collections
  • Role and Value of Social Networking in Advancing the Chemical Sciences
  • Science-Based Policy Development in the Environment, Food, Health, and Transport Sectors

And if you don’t see a session of interest, but want to report on your research or something interesting you are doing related to chemical information, you can always present a poster during Sci-Mix or speak at the General Papers session.

All abstracts should be submitted through the ACS PACS system:

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me or the specific session organizers (their information can be found once you are in PACS).

-- Jeremy Garritano, 2013 CINF Programming Chair

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