Our mission for our annual conference is simple, yet encompasses many broad concepts in the world of chemistry. Our mission is this: we want to promote the development and exploration of the chemistry field and all that is affected by it. We are proud to say that we have felt that our past conferences have had that impact that we desire, and we hope that in the future, our conferences will continue to provide a place for this to happen.
In more depth, here are some of our goals for our conference.
- We want to facilitate the development of new research and technology in the chemistry and medical fields. We aim to do this by giving intelligent and talented chemists a place where they can connect and share their own personal goals and interests for their research. We hope that this allows new projects to develop naturally and authentically.
- We want to provide those who work in our field with a comfortable place to raise concerns and share their opinions about issues that affect our work. The social and political climate of our world is currently changing, and it is changing very, very quickly. At our conferences, we host open discussions where anyone can share what’s been on their mind, and we can discuss solutions for the chemistry field as a whole.
- We hope to help educate all chemists and other medical and scientific professionals about the latest developments in our field from those who are at the forefront of the latest research. Through speaking panels by some of the most respected and talented people in the field, we hope that everyone who attends our conference will learn something new that has a positive affect on their own career.
- We hope to be able to give chemists the resources that they need to further their career, whether that be at our conference or during some other time of the year. We provide chemists with easy ways to connect with each other through our organization, as well as convenient directories that can help all chemists start new research through funding, facilities, and research partners.
We are proud to be at the forefront of new developments in chemistry. Our conferences are such a wonderful representation of all the progress that we make each year, and we are excited to continue hosting them and to see how the field will continue to evolve over the years.