Membership: Over 150,000

Journals: 53

Chemical Abstracts records: More than 46 million

CAS REGISTRY organic & inorganic substances: More than 136 million

ACS journal article downloads: 104.7 million

Petroleum Research Grants: $17.075 million in 2017

Academic Institutions Using SciFinder: More than 2,200

Employees: 1,980

With nearly 157,000 members, the American Chemical Society (ACS) is the world’s largest scientific society and one of the world’s leading sources of authoritative scientific information. A nonprofit organization, chartered by Congress, ACS is at the forefront of the evolving worldwide chemistry enterprise and the premier professional home for chemists, chemical engineers and related professions around the globe.

We Support Real-World Initiatives

ACS works to improve the world through other initiatives including:

  • Project SEED offers bright, economically disadvantaged high school students an opportunity to spend a summer conducting chemical laboratory research with the guidance of a chemical scientist.
  • ACS Scholars Program provides underrepresented minority undergraduates with scholarship and mentoring support that they need to earn degrees in the chemical sciences.
  • Advancing Chemistry Teaching supports the professional development of science teachers so that they can better present chemistry in the classroom and foster the scientific curiosity of our nation’s youth.
  • Green Chemistry Education and Outreach promotes the implementation of green chemistry and engineering principles into all aspects of the chemical enterprise.

How We Support, Advance & Empower

We provide information, education, career services, professional development and engagement programs to help our members and scientists thrive in an ever-changing global economy. We also support teaching and learning for students of all ages through grants and scholarships, and we encourage investments in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education, research and innovation.

In keeping with our commitment to be a catalyst for international innovation, exchange and collaboration, about 70% of articles come from authors located outside of the U.S.

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