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[SA_scat] Closure of the SAS-2009 website

Dear Colleagues,


We wish to announce that the domain name for the SAS-2009 conference
website, www.sas2009.org, will EXPIRE on February 12, 2011. After this
date the website will no longer be accessible.


It is our intention, when other duties permit(!), to migrate some of the
legacy content from the conference website to our 'SAS Portal' website
at www.small-angle.ac.uk .


In the meantime:


-          The Proceedings of SAS-2009 are available online in the open
access journal Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2010, Volume 247
at http://iopscience.iop.org/1742-6596/247/1 ;


-          Photographs from the conference are available online at
http://www.flickr.com/photos/sasoxford ;


-          The next International Conference on Small-Angle Scattering
(SAS-2012) will be held in Sydney, Australia from 18-23 November 2012.
The conference website is at www.sas2012.com ;


-          SAS-2015 is due to be held in Berlin, Germany.



Our best wishes for a prosperous and productive 2011!





Stephen King (ISIS)

Nicholas Terrill (Diamond)



SAS-2009 Local Organising Committee

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