About the Website
The American Chemical's Society official homepage includes information on past and upcoming member meetings, as well press releases and access to their publications. They have a wide collection of materials oriented for public education, as well as online courses, web tutorials, and resources to stimulate scientific curiosity among K-12 students. It also includes the Chemical Abstract Service, one of the world's most comprehensive databases of chemistry-related studies, technical reports, dissertations, and other publications.
About the Organization
The American Chemical Society is a Washington D.C.-based scientific society aimed at supporting, finding, and disseminating new scientific findings in the fields of chemistry and chemical engineering. Established in 1876, they are currently the world's largest scientific society and are regarded as one of the world's most eminent sources of authoritative and accurate scientific information. They hold meetings twice a year and publish 38 peer-reviewed journals or publications. Their motto is "Chemistry for Life".