19 May 2010
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Seth Davis (email@example.com)
The Geochemical Society (GS) has awarded a Meeting Assistance Program (MAP) grant of $2,000 (USD) to the 12th International Conference on Thermochronology (Thermo2010) to be held in Glasgow, Scotland, UK from 16-20 August 2010. The funds shall be used to provide financial assistance to geochemical students attending the conference.
Thermo2010 is being organized by Prof. Roderick Brown (University of Glasgow), Dr. Katherine Dobson (University of Glasgow), Dr. Darren Mark, Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre), Dr. Cristina Persano (University of Glasgow), and Dr. Finlay Stuart (Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre)
The Geochemical Society Meeting Assistance Program annually awards up to five $2,000 (USD) grants to support geochemical sessions/symposia at scientific conference of geochemical relevance. The GS Program Committee reviews MAP applications.
The Geochemical Society is an international non-profit scientific organization, founded in 1955, to encourage the application of chemistry to the solution of geological and cosmological problems. Its business office is located in the Earth and Planetary Sciences Department of Washington University in St. Louis.