Great SciX-pectations Part II
As 2016’s “Great Scientific Exchange” draws closer, we ask six spec experts why you should attend
Joanna Cummings |
“The SciX convention this year will offer me the opportunity to see the breadth of spectroscopy work across a number of wavelengths, techniques, and disciplines. This will be a rare opportunity to meet researchers both in fields related to mine and ones that I have little insight into at present. Many times the most exciting ideas and discoveries come from connecting with researchers with knowledge and capabilities beyond your current boundaries. I very much looking forward to some exciting presentations and discussions and hope to leave the conference full of new ideas for exploring the planets using spectroscopy as a tool.”
– Ray Arvidson, James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor, Washington University in Saint Louis
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