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[SA_scat] SAS-2009: 1 month to abstract deadline

Dear Colleague,


XIV International Conference on Small-Angle Scattering

13-18 September 2009





We would like to remind you that it is still possible to submit an
abstract and register at the 'early-bird' rate until 1 May!



Other News:

In response to a number of requests, we have recently increased the
choice of registration fee payment methods.


Fees can now be paid by credit card, by bank transfer, or by cheque.
Institutions also have the option of paying on invoice.  Details can be
found on the SAS-2009 website and during the online registration
process.  However, fees must be paid in advance.



We look forward to seeing you in Oxford!



Dr Stephen King

Dr Nick Terrill


SAS-2009 Local Organising Committee


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