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NATAS Will Hold Annual Conference In September

August 22, 2005
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NATAS' 33rd Annual Conference will be held September 17-21 at the Sheraton Hotel in Universal City, Calif. On September 17-18, Short Courses will cover knowledge sharing on Fundamental and Practical Thermal Analysis, and will focus on applications of thermal analysis to Polymers, Pharmaceuticals and Energetic Materials/Thermal Hazards. The 2005 NATAS Technical Program, to be held September 18-21, will consist of 15 symposia, a general session and a poster session. Over 200 papers will be presented with speakers from around the world sharing their latest applications. NATAS is dedicated to promoting the understanding and the advancement of thermal analysis. The NATAS Conference and Short Course are excellent educational opportunities for both experienced thermal analysis users, as well as those expanding their skill set in the practice of thermal analysis. Special student rates are available.

For registration information and the preliminary technical program, visit http://www.natasinfo.org and select "Conferences - 2005." The site also features a raffle to win a free registration for NATAS 2006 (use promo code CI05).

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