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32nd Annual NATAS Conference To Be Held In October

September 2, 2004
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The 32nd Annual Conference of the North American Thermal Analysis Society (NATAS) will be held in Williamsburg, Va., October 2-6, 2004. The conference and short courses are designed to bring leading scientists and practitioners from around the world together to present the latest developments in thermal science and technology. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet thermal analysis experts; hear about the latest research results in diverse application areas; learn techniques for better sample preparation, data collection and analysis; attend panel discussions on practical problem solving methods; participate in discussions of standardized testing methods; see the latest thermal analysis instruments and accessories; and learn how to extend the use of existing thermal analysis capabilities to new areas or better characterize current applications.

The technical program, details on the short courses and the registration form are available at http://www.natasinfo.org. Attendees who register prior to September 24 can participate in a raffle to win a free registration for NATAS 2005 at the Universal Studios, Calif., by entering the code CM04 on their registration form. For more information, call (916) 922-7032.

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