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Announcement FYSICA 2009

24 April 2009
The yearly meeting of the dutch physical society, FYSICA 2009, will take place on Friday april 24th at the Martiniplaza, Groningen.

Highlights of FYSICA 2009 are lectures on the LHC, grafeen, and the Nobel prize 2008. In addition to this, there will be focus sessions on the year of astronomy, physics of life, nanotechnology, from LHC to Planck, energy, and a student session on entanglement. The day program will be in english. After dinner, there will be a panel discussion, led by Wubbo Ockels, on sustainable energy for the 21st century.

For more information and registration (discounts apply if registered before april 1st) see http://www.fysica.nl
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