Are you a record-breaking chemist? This August, attendees of the 254th ACS National Meeting & Exposition in Washington, D.C., will have a chance to find out. Join us for a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ official attempt at staging the Largest chemistry lesson. The “lesson” will be a special lecture from David Sedlak, Editor-in-Chief of Environmental Science & Technology and Environmental Science & Technology Letters on the future of drinking water treatment. Just by attending another lecture at the ACS National Meeting, you’ll be able to say you were part of a once-in-a-lifetime GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ achievement.
But of course, it’s not enough to be able to say you were part of breaking a world record. You want to be able to prove it. That’s why we’ll be giving away a unique t-shirt at the event that will let everyone know you’re truly a record-breaking chemist. The event is open to all National Meeting attendees. But even though it’ll be the largest lecture of it’s type ever, space is limited, and we’re expecting litterally unprecedented demand. Register your intent now and we’ll send you updates on how you can attend this unique event — and claim your “record-breaking” shirt.