Date: Wed, 14 Jan 2009 10:36:58 -0500
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Subject: ACS Spring Regional Meetings

ACS Spring Regional Meetings

The 2009 Regional Meetings are online and planning their programs. All  

three of the spring meetings will have programming pertaining to the  
environment, and GLRM and CERMACS have planned their meetings around  
an environmental theme. Plans are underway to open their abstract  
programs and advance registration in the immediate future.

The Great Lakes Regional Meeting (GLRM), will  

take place in Lincolnshire, IL, just outside Chicago, May 13 - 16.  
Their theme is =93A Better Environment through Chemistry.=94 Symposia  

planned include plant biochemistry, material science/polymer  
chemistry, ethics in college education, non-crystalline x-ray  
structural chemistry and the environment, and molecular simulation in  

and for the environment.

The Central Regional Meeting (CERMACS), hosted by the Cleveland  
Section, which will be celebrating its 100th anniversary.  Mark the  
dates, May 20 -23, and visit their website at 
   for details. Their theme is =93Meeting Energy and Environmental  
Challenges through Functional Materials.=94 Four other societies will 
sponsor and submit programming to CERMACS. They are the  
Electrochemical Society, Society for Applied Spectroscopy, American  
Vacuum Society, and the Yeager Center for Electrochemical Science.  
Case Western Reserve University also is a contributor.

The Northwest Regional Meeting (NORM) will take place June 28 - July 1 
at Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA. Visit their website at 
  for information on their plans. Included in their program are  
sessions on bioanalytical mass spectrometry, chemistry of the  
bioregion; chemistry, energy, and sustainability; clinical chemistry,  

and instruments for the teaching laboratory.

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