345 Stockton Street
San Francisco, California

February 15: FAS Hosts Public Event --Evening with Richard Garwin (Dinner and Remarks)

Rethinking the International Fuel Cycle
SAN FRANCISCO CA -- With nuclear issues front and center, physicist Richard Garwin will tackle the tough problems associated with plutonium reprocessing on Thursday, 15 February 2007, from 7:30 – 10:00 p.m. at the Grand Hyatt San Francisco hotel. Few scientists have been as active to help improve U.S. national security and study the future of energy supplies.
The Federation of American Scientists will host an interesting and thought-provoking evening with Dr. Garwin http://fas.org/events/ who will discuss the pros and cons of plutonium reprocessing. This FAS event is free and open to the public. The buffet dinner will open at 7:30 p.m. followed by remarks at 8:30 p.m.
WHAT: An Evening with Richard Garwin
WHEN: 7:30 – 10:00 p.m. on Thursday, 15 February 2007
The Grand Hyatt San Francisco
BayView Room
345 Stockton Street
San Francisco, CA

To RSVP for this dinner and public lecture, please contact Jeff Aron at email [email protected]. Space is limited.

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The Federation of American Scientists (www.fas.org) was formed in 1945 by atomic scientists from the Manhattan Project. Endorsed by nearly 68 Nobel Laureates in biology, chemistry, economics, medicine and physics as sponsors, the Federation has addressed a broad spectrum of national security issues in carrying out its mission to promote humanitarian uses of science and technology. Today, FAS projects study nuclear arms control and global security; conventional arms transfers; proliferation of weapons of mass destruction; information technology for human health; and government information policy.

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Official Website: http://fas.org/events/

Added by mamarelo on February 7, 2007

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