ACS NERM 2023 Call for Papers
The call for papers for the 2023 ACS Northeast Regional Meeting (NERM 2023) has been issued. The meeting will take place on June 14-17th, 2023 at Northeastern University in Boston, MA.
Details, including names and contact information for program and session chairs, can be found on the meeting website at 2023.nermconference.org. The final program summary will be published in C&EN in May 2023.
The theme of the meeting, Chemistry: Crossing Intersections, will be reflected in a program that features research in all areas of chemistry and chemical engineering, but also those subdisciplines that transcend traditional boundaries. Professor Stuart Schreiber will be our opening plenary speaker. We will also have plenary talks from Dr. Alexa Dembek (DuPont Chief Technology and Sustainability Officer), Professor Cato Laurencin (2023 Priestley Medal Winner), and Dr. Elizabeth O’Day (Olaris Pharmaceuticals). NERM 2023 will have more than 70 technical symposia, several scientific workshops, social networking events, an awards banquet, and an exposition, so there will be something for students, postdocs, and professionals alike.
The symposium sessions include “Enabling Technologies in Process Chemistry,” “Empowering Women in Organic Chemistry,” “Innovation in Organic and Medicinal Chemistry,” “Carbohydrates: Editing, Synthesis, and Applications,” “Enablement of Novel and Sustainable Cross-Coupling Methodologies for Increasing Saturation,” “Early Career Pharmaceutical Chemistry Professionals,” “ ACS Cope Scholar Symposium on Photocatalysis,” “Stable Atropisomerism in Small Molecules: Design, Synthesis, and Applications,” “ Induced Proximity in Drug Discovery,” “Advances in Molecules Modeling for Modern Drug Discovery,” “ADME Properties Optimization: Some Success Stories,” “Solute Carrier Proteins: Targeting for Effective Therapies,” “Infectious Disease Drug Discovery in New England,” “Promising New Strategies for Targeting Transcription Factors with Small Molecules,” “ Exosome and Lipid Nanoparticle Drug Delivery,” “DNA-Encoded Library Technology,” “Bioorthogonal Chemistry: A Powerful Chemistry-Based Precision Tool for Biochemical Research,” “Chemical Biology of DNA Damage Tolerance,” “Genetic Code Manipulation: from Technological Advances to Applications,” “Frontiers in Protein Biochemistry: Metalloenzyme Chemistry,” “Frontiers in Protein Biochemistry: Protein Structure and Function and Considerations in Design and Engineering,” “Molecular Electronics and Solar Energy,” “Recent Advances in Renewable and Sustainable Energy and Materials,” “Advancing Catalytic Conversions of Small Molecules to Renewable Fuels,” “Inorganic Materials: Contributions to Sustainability,” “Electrochemical Methods for CO2 Utilization: from Fundamental Studies to Complex Systems,” “Photochemistry: Light-Activated Chemistry,” “Promoting Social Justice Through Chemistry,” “Northeastern University Green Chemistry Education Symposium,” “Chemistry Pedagogy Improvements for Better Teaching and Learning Experiences,” “Analytical Chemistry in the Semiconductor Industry,” “New and Emerging Methods in Metabolomics: a Special Focus on Food and Agriculture,” “Analytical and Statistical Strategies for Method Development in Complex Matrices,” “Condensed Phase Spectroscopy and Dynamics,” “Cheminformatics and Computational Chemistry in Drug Discovery,” “Advancing Quantum Chemistry Through Quantum Information,” “Future Smart Materials Systems,” “Engineered Living Materials,” “Polymeric Materials for a More Sustainable Future,” “Innovations at the Intersection of Chemistry and Sustainability,” “High Pressure Chemistry: a New Frontier in Materials Synthesis,” “Shifting the Paradigm of Chemistry Education to Improve DEI and Belonging,” “BRIC: Building a Cohesive Community,” “Local Section Outreach: from Swimsuits to Congress,” “The Legacy of Henry Hill: Where Professionalism, History, and Service Meet,” “Early Career Showcase,” “Advancing Inclusive Communities Through Collaboration,” “Communicating Chemistry to the Public: Learn from #scicomm Experts,” “Demystifying Entrepreneurship in STEM,” “Intellectual Property Strategies for Tech Companies,” “Boston and Radiopharmaceutical Chemistry: from Saul Hertz to PET: The Saul Hertz Memorial Symposium,” as well as general oral sessions, an undergraduate oral session, and several poster sessions.
ACS’s Meeting Abstracts Programming System (MAPS) opens on February 2nd, 2023 for abstracts. Please visit either the symposium website or MAPS at https://maps.acs.org, to submit an abstract. Abstracts are due on March 13th, 2023.