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Trip to Argonne, Spring 2009

by Amritanshu Palaria, Nicholas Vargo, Ahmad Ehteshamul Islam, raseong kim, Fengyuan Li, Himadri Pal

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NCN@Purdue SLC is organizing a trip to [http://www.anl.gov/ Argonne National Lab] in Chicago this Spring. The trip shall take place on a Saturday in April 2009. We will board the bus on Purdue campus in the morning and return before night the same day. The trip is free for NCN affiliated students at Purdue. All transportation and lunch expenses shall be paid by the NCN. If you want to visit, '''it is important that you vote''' your interest at .
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NCN@Purdue SLC is organizing a trip to [http://www.anl.gov/ Argonne National Lab] in Chicago this Spring. The trip shall take place on a Saturday in April 2009. The trip is free for NCN affiliated students at Purdue. All transportation and lunch expenses shall be paid by the NCN. We will board the bus on Purdue campus in the morning and return before night the same day. Argonne shall provide us a tour of their facilities. For information on the various research divisions of Argonne please check:[http://www.anl.gov/Science_and_Technology/divisions.html Argonne divisions]. If you want to visit, '''it is important that you vote''' your interest at [http://doodle.com/upwedkf6m9z8b7m9 this poll].
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