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Sciences Impacting Our Future
Center for NonLinear Studies , Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM 87544
2000-06-05 to 2000-06-08

The twentieth century was marked by tremendous advances in
science. The physical laws of nature are now quantitatively understood
over a wide range of energy and length scales. The fundamental laws
governing life are emerging. In parallel, technological development
such as transistors, computers, and the internet, have transformed the
way we live. The impact of science may be even greater in the 21st
century. This conference will focus (and speculate) on sciences that
are bound to affect our future: biosciences, nanosciences, and

Invited Speakers:

R Chowdhury (Einstein Med.)
J Deisenhofer (Texas)
D Divincenzo (IBM)
M Ghil (UCLA)
D Glaser (UC Berkeley)
L Knopoff (UCLA)
R Laughlin, Robert (Stanford)
W Lipscomb (Harvard)
C Murray* (Bell Labs)
P Moore (Yale)
W Press (Los Alamos)
M Reed (Yale)
R Schekman (UC Berkeley)
O Sporns (Neurosci. Inst.)
J Tour (Rice)
D Weitz (Harvard)
G Whitesides (Harvard)
P Wolynes (Illinois)
* tentative

Deadline for Abstracts:



Registration Deadline: 2000-05-16
Online Registration:

Limited funds are available to support junior scientists
For Further Information Please Contact:
Mr. Roderick Garcia
Center for Nonlinear Studies, MSB258
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Los Alamos, NM 87545
Ph: (505) 667-1444
Fax: (505) 665-2659
Email for Requests and Registration:

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