This annual symposium brings together outstanding young scientists from the United States and China to discuss their current research projects. This year's symposium will feature presentations about new findings on topics such as aging and neurodegeneration; brain imaging; the carbon cycle and climate change, and quantum information.
Details: The meeting will be held at Xiamen University in China Nov. 2 - 4. A preliminary program is available online at www.nasonline.org/cafos2005.
Reporters: Register in advance by contacting Edward Patte, Frontiers of Science, 949-387-7131 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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