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Caltech Summer Research Opportunities

Published on January 15th, 2010

Undergraduate students should check out summer research opportunities at Caltech University.

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Registration for GOMD 2010 Now Open

Published on January 14th, 2010

  Registration for GOMD 2010 is now open. Take advantage of early-bird savings and sign up today. GOMD 2010 features symposia on Glass Science, Glass Technology, Glass Corrosion, and a special symposium in honor of Professor Robert H. Doremus. Sessions will highlight a range of topics in with emphasis on interdisciplinary studies incorporating physics, chemistry, …

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2010 Short Course Schedule Announced

Published on January 14th, 2010

  ACerS has announced its 2010 Ceramic Materials Short Course schedule. Visit Short Courses for complete course and registration details.   Broaden your field of expertise and stand out in the marketplace with ACerS. Take advantage of these 2-day courses to increase your knowledge of Glass Science, Sintering, Armor, Injection Molding and Mechanical Properties. Stay …

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Final Program Available EMA 2010, ICACC’10

Published on January 14th, 2010

  Download the Final Program for EMA 2010 then use the Itinerary Planner to schedule your trip. Electronic Materials and Applications 2010 will focus on electronic ceramics for energy storage & conversion applications and fundamental science issues. Attend this meeting to hear the latest in ceramic applications in renewable energy, “smart grid” technologies, and innovative …

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Time running out. Pre-register for EMA 2010, ICACC’10

Published on January 12th, 2010

  Don’t miss out on these important meetings!. Save 25% when you register for both Electronic Materials and Applications 2010 and 34th International Conference & Exposition on Advanced Ceramics & Composites.   EMA 2010, hosted January 20-22 in Orlando, FL, will present the latest research, development and applications in electronic ceramics. Stay current with the …

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