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Date: Fri Feb 17 11:21:56 2006
Subject: 06.05.16 ACS Central Regional Meeting & 39th Silicon Symposium, Frankenmuth, Michigan
2006 ACS Central Regional Meeting & 39th Silicon Symposium

Frankenmuth, Michigan, May 16-20, 2006

The 2006 American Chemical Society (ACS) Central Regional Meeting
& 39th Silicon Symposium will be held in Frankenmuth, Michigan
from May 16-20, 2006.  The conference promotes science, chemical
education and the diverse interactions between the scientific
disciplines.  This meeting represents a unique opportunity for
researchers, scientists, educators and students from around the
region, and the world, to participate and interact.  Cross-talk
between disciplines, businesses, geographies, and educational
venues contribute to the events theme - Diverse Interactions:
The Elements of Success.

Notably, Jean-Michel Cousteau, the eldest son of the late ocean
explorer Jacques Cousteau and founder of the Ocean Futures
Society, will open the 2006 Symposium with his presentation,
Ecology, Economy, and the Sea.

We expect approximately 1300 individuals will participate in
targeted technical sessions, award symposia, workshops, and
highlighted activities including:

    o 4-Day Symposium featuring 4 plenary lectures and more
      than 40 symposia and workshops.

    o 3-Day Exposition with ~40 participants from various
      companies and institutions.

    o Social Activities including ACS Awards Banquet, the
      39th Silicon Symposium Banquet, an ACS BBQ including passes to
      the 2006 World Expo of Beer, student-professional mixer, spouse

    o Call for Papers deadline March 10, 2006.

Register by April 26th for an opportunity to win an iPod.
Promotional opportunities are still available.
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