6th Space Chemistry Symposium: 6th April

ON 6TH APRIL, 2021, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM (PT)
FORMAT: BROADCAST SESSION

Dear Participant,


Welcome to the Symposium which will be the virtual continuation of the previous fi ve successful events held at various
ACS meetings (San Francisco – 2017, Washington DC – 2017, Boston – 2018, Orlando – 2019, Virtual Fall Meeting – 2020).


Beside other emerging research fi elds in microgravity environment, chemistry and fl ow chemistry are now
considered as highly relevant and promising tools by the space community e.g., for ensuring a solid base to the future
industry of drug discovery & research in space.


The 6th Space Chemistry Symposium will bring you a presentation by ESA and lectures from space companies
and universities currently performing pioneering chemistry research for the space industry.
We hope you will enjoy the event.


The Symposium Organizing Committee

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