Adhesion Society Announces 2005 Short Course

January 6, 2005
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Adhesion Society's 2005 Short Course, "Adhesion Science and Technology," to be held just before the National Adhesion Society Meeting, will provide attendees with a unique opportunity to learn from top experts in the field of adhesion. The proximity of the meeting has made it possible to assemble an outstanding group of instructors who would not otherwise be available in a single course. The goal here is not to give comprehensive coverage adhesion science, but to provide an introduction and overview of a variety of important and timely topics. Each subject is presented by a world-leading scientist, giving attendees the opportunity to learn from and interact with people whose expertise provides a unique view into the history, science, and relevance of their topic.

For more information, visit http:// www.adhesionsociety.org/shortcourse/2005/shortcourse.htm.

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