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MARM 2021 is going virtual! Co-hosted by the University of Delaware and the Delaware ACS, MARM 2021 will showcase the richness of chemistry in the Middle Atlantic and beyond. Bringing together scientists in a virtual format, MARM will be a premier event for scientific discussions and networking. The conference is June 9–11, 2021. Chemagination will be on June 12, 2021. MARM is dedicated to equity, justice, diversity, and inclusion. We strive to provide a harassment-free experience for everyone. All communication should be professional.

FREE ACS Membership with Registration for Undergrads!

Undergraduate students may join ACS for FREE during MARM registration!

Undergraduate Fellowships
Undergrads who have submitted an abstract may also be eligible for a UD Registration Fellowship, which will cover their registration costs. Undergrads will receive an email in early April if they’re in the first 100 to submit their abstract.

Registration opens March 25!

Registration opens March 25! Register by April 28 to take advantage of the Early Bird Registration rates!

You will need to register with your ACS ID. If you don’t already have one, you can easily create a free ACS ID.

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Register for MARM 2021

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Abstract Submission is open!

It’s time to submit your abstract! ACS’s Meeting Abstracts Programming System (MAPS) is open from Jan 25 – March 8, 2021 for abstracts! We can’t wait to see your science at MARM! Submit your abstract here: https://marm2021.abstractcentral.com/

Undergraduates: Submit your abstract for one of our Undergrad-Only Poster Sessions! If you’re in the first 100 undergrads to submit an abstract, UD will sponsor your registration. You’ll receive a code for free registration!

UD Registration Scholarships

Plenary Lecturers

The plenary lecturers for MARM 2021 have been confirmed! They are

Prof. Donna M. Huryn, Professor at the University of Pittsburgh in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences and PI of the University of Pittsburgh Chemical Diversity Center.

Prof. LaShanda Korley, Distinguished Associate Professor at the University of Delaware in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering.

Prof. Dan Nocera, Patterson Rockwood Professor of Energy at Harvard University in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology.