ACS National Meeting blog

September 06, 2006

Tune into the new ACS News Service Weblog for daily dispatches from the ACS's 232nd National Meeting in San Francisco. Your blogger will be veteran science journalist and ACS senior science writer Michael Woods.

Journalists will get Woods' up-to-the minute reports from scientific sessions that span chemistry's horizons from astronomy to zoology. Woods also will provide a reporter's insights and reflections on this scientific extravaganza. We invite and encourage journalists to join the blog by posting their comments online at the blog site.
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Access the blog now at (http://acsnewsservice.typepad.com/sf_meeting/).

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