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Reflections from the Frontiers, Explorations for the Future: Gordon Research Conferences, 1931–2006
Tells the story of the Gordon Research Conferences (GRC), a series of scientific meetings that play a major role in advancing new theories and developing applications. Firsthand accounts from the world’s leading scientists offer a unique lens through which to view and understand the wide range of disciplines and fields that make up today’s scientific endeavor. Includes a time line, as well as essays that provide historical perspective on the development of the GRC org. "A fascinating compendium of personal reminiscences about the conferences and their scientific impacts, contributed by a diverse group of 80 well-respected scientists, reveals why these conferences are so popular and successful and why they have persisted for so long.” Illustrations.
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