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AAAS, State Of Arizona Co-Host Conference On Research And Development

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A panel on biomedical and biotech research will be hosted by ASU's Stuart Lindsay, professor of biophysics and UA Dean of Agriculture Eugene Sander. Panel participants are Maryanna Henkart, deputy director of the NSF's Molecular and Cellular Bioscience Division; and Dov Jaron, associate director of Biomedical Technology at the NIH.

A panel on materials science will be hosted by ASU Center for Solid State Science Director Paul McMillan and UA's Ken Jackson. Panel participants include Lance Haworth of the NSF's Materials Research Science and Engineering Centers Program; Tom Picraux, director of physical and chemical sciences at Sandia National Labs; and Lawrence Dubois, director of the DARPA Defense Sciences Office.

The conference is free and open to the public. To RSVP, call 602-965-1225. Press interested in attending the conference should call 602-965-6375 in advance to arrange for interviews and to receive an advance copy of the AAAS report (embargoed until Mar. 27) on Mar. 25. A conference schedule is attached.


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Contact: James Hathaway
Hathaway@asu.edu
602-965-6375
Arizona State University
23-Mar-1998


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