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If you would like to send your presentation prior to the meeting to Budapest, please send it by e-mail to Robert Hohol 2010-08-17 Please donate mineral, rock, and ore specimens to the Eötvös Museum of Natural History
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At IMA2010 13 cutting edge science plenary talks will be held.
Six of them are ELEMENTS 5 talks.
Please click here to read further details on the ELEMENTS 5 talks.
The seven regular PLENARY TALKS are scheduled every day, from Sunday (Aug. 22) to Friday (Aug. 27)
(for a general overview, see the IMA2010 Plenary and Elements5 talks timetable)
Timing, speakers and titles:
Sun 22nd, 14.30-15.20
Bob Hazen : Mineral Evolution: The co-evolving geo- and biospheres
Mon 23rd, 16.00-16.50
Peter Buseck : 40 years of mineralogy on the nanoscale
Tues 24th, 16.00-16.50
Bill Griffin : Composition and evolution of the subcontinental lithospheric mantle and origin of its diamonds
Wed 25th, 13.00-13.50
Olgeir Sigmarsson : Mineralogical and glass compositional variations during the 2010 eruption of Eyjafjallajökull, Iceland
Wed 25th, 16.00-16.50
Jonathan R. Lloyd: The mineral-microbe interface and its defining role in controlling contaminant mobility in the subsurface
Thurs 26th, 16.00-16.50
Frank Hawthorne (IMA Medalist 2009): Toward theoretical mineralogy: the bond-topological basis of structure stability and mineral reactions
Sponsored by International Mineralogical Association (IMA)