Cellulose and Renewable Materials Division

A Division of the American Chemical Society

Symposium Organizer Resources

The following documents have been created to assist symposium organizers in creating, organizing, and running a symposium within the CELL Program.

The Program Committee will review all submitted proposals and make a selection or suggestions for modifications to develop a well rounded balanced program comprising fundamental and applied topics in a broad range of thematic areas.

Questions should be directed to the current division Program Chair (Wim Thielemans, wim.thielemans@kuleuven.be)

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