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[SA_scat] ACA USAS sessions,abstract deadline extended to 8 March 2004

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Subject: ACA USAS sessions, abstract deadline extended to 8 March 2004



   Regarding the IConUSAS sessions at the
   American Crystallographic Association
       meeting this summer in Chicago
      http://www.uic.edu/orgs/aca2004/

The deadline for abstract submissions has been
extended to Monday, 8 March 2004.
(Note that the starting page for submitting abstracts,
      http://www.hwi.buffalo.edu/aca/AbsSubmit/
may not be updated to indicate this information.)

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NOTE:  the deadline is only 1 week from right now!
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The sessions are scheduled as follows:
11.01 Ultra Small Angle Scattering Science (SAS/MS/NS)
       21 July 2004, Wednesday, AM session

11.02 Ultra Small Angle Scattering Techniques(SAS/MS/NS)
       22 July 2004, Thursday, AM session

See you in Chicago!
    Pete

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