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Buseck Center for Meteorite Studies

Call for abstracts – BCMS Symposium on Solar System Exploration by Spacecraft and Microscope

Regents Professor Peter Buseck.
ASU Regents Professor Peter Buseck.
We are pleased to announce the call for abstracts for the Buseck Center for Meteorite Studies Symposium on Solar System Exploration by Spacecraft and Microscope.
BCMS will host a one-day symposium on March 9, 2023 to celebrate the renaming of the Center for Meteorite Studies in honor of Regents Professor Peter R. Buseck, and the inauguration of the BCMS Postdoctoral Fellowship in Meteorite Studies. 
The symposium will consist of invited talks from noted international experts in meteoritics, space exploration and early Solar System chemistry. An optional daytrip to Meteor Crater is also planned for March 10.
Abstract Submission for In-Person Poster Presentations 
Abstract text is limited to 250 words (text and references; not including title, authors or affiliations). Tables and/or figures may be added, but the abstract length is not to exceed one page. All abstracts must be converted to PDF format before submission and file size is limited to 4Mb.
Meeting Location
Interdisciplinary Science and Technology IV (ISTB4)
781 E. Terrace Mall
Tempe, AZ 85287-6004