Wednesday, February 10, 2016

A Day Late

Maybe not
One of the largest earth and space science meetings in the world is moving to New Orleans in 2017, drawing more than 25,000 scientists to the city.
The meeting will move to Washington D.C. in 2018, then return to its usual home in San Francisco by 2019.

In a news release, the American Geophysical Union said planned renovations at San Francisco's Moscone Center prompted the group's decision to relocate the annual meeting for two years.

1 comment:

Bernard J. said...

Speaking of a day late...

Hey Prof Rabbett - gravity waves are now really a Thing!!!

(Does cartwheels, high fives, chest bounces with colleagues... and I'm not even a physicist!)