Sunday, 19 September 2010

View from the EPSC Press Room

Another European Planetary Science Congress (EPSC) is about to begin - this time in the beautiful location of the Angelicum Centre in Rome (although just for today we are down the road in the Cavour conference centre). The organising team are expecting up to 700 people to attend the conference, making it by far the biggest EPSC to date - it should be a great meeting and a showcase for planetary science in Europe.

In the press room, we are busy getting all the press releases together for the week.  We have a good range of stories over the week, which will be coming out day by day. We'll be posting updates on each day's news here.

It's now time for 5pm the "ice-breaker" reception, where there is a chance for old friends and new to meet and catch up socially before the main conference begins.  Time too for us to talk to the authors presenting the main news stories this week...

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