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NAS COLLOQUIA SCHEDULED Virulence and Defense in Host-Pathogen Interactions: Common Features between Plants and Animals December 9-11, 1999 Organizers: Jim Cook, Noel T. Keen, Brian J. Staskawicz, John J. Meckalanos, and Frederick M. Ausubel Incentives To Promote Human Capital December 17-19, 1999; Irvine, California Organizer: James Heckman Variation and Evolution in Plants and Microorganisms; Fifty Years after Stebbins January 27-29, 2000; Irvine, California Organizers: Francisco Ayala and Walter Fitch The Biotic Crisis and the Future of Evolution March 16-19, 2000; Irvine, California Organizers: Norman Myers, Andrew Knoll Auditory Neuroscience: Development, Transduction, and Integration May 19-21, 2000; Irvine, California Organizers: James Hudspeth and Mark Konishi Links between Recombination and Replication November 10-12, 2000; Irvine, California Organizer: Charles Radding COMPLETED Industrial Ecology May 20-21, 1991; Washington, D.C. Organizer: C. Kumar N. Patel Proceedings: February 4, 1992 Images of Science: Science of Images January 13-14, 1992; Washington, D.C. Organizer: Albert Crewe Proceedings: November 3, 1993 Physical Cosmology March 27-29, 1992; Irvine, California Organizer: David Schramm Proceedings: June 3, 1993 Molecular Recognition September 10-11, 1992; Washington, D Organizer: Ronald Breslow Proceedings: February 16, 1993 Human-Machine Communication by Voice February 8-9, 1993; Irvine, California Organizer: Lawrence Rabiner Proceedings: October 24, 1995 Voice Communication Between Humans and Machines: August 1994 Changing Human Ecology and Behavior: Effects on Infectious Diseases September 27-28, 1993; Washington, D Organizer: Bernard Roizman Proceedings: March 29, 1994 Infectious Diseases in an Age of Change: January 1995 The Tempo and Mode of Evolution January 27-29, 1994; Irvine, California Organizers: Francisco Ayala, Walter Fitch Proceedings: July 19, 1994 Tempo and Mode in Evolution: January 1995 Chemical Ecology: The Chemistry of Biotic Interaction March 25-26, 1994; Washington, D.C. Organizers: Thomas Eisner, Jerrold Meinwald Proceedings: January 3, 1995 Physics: The Opening to Complexity June 25-27, 1994; Irvine, California Organizer: Philip Anderson Proceedings: July 18, 1995 Self Defense by Plants: Induction and Signaling Pathways September 15-17, 1994; Irvine, California Organizers: Andre Jagendorf, Clarence Ryan Proceedings: May 9, 1995 Earthquake Prediction February 10-11, 1995; Irvine, California Organizer: Leon Knopoff Proceedings: April 30, 1996 Quasars and Active Galaxies: High Resolution Radio Imaging March 24-25, 1995; Irvine, California Organizers: Marshall Cohen, Kenneth Kellerman Proceedings: December 5, 1995 Vision: From Photon to Perception May 21-22, 1995; Irvine, California Organizers: John Dowling, Lubert Stryer, and Torsten Wiesel Proceedings: January 23, 1996 Science, Technology, and the Economy October 20-22, 1995; Irvine, California Organizers: James Heckman, Ariel Fakes, and Kenneth Sokoloff Proceedings: November 12, 1996 Developmental Biology of Transcription Control October 25-28, 1995; Irvine, California Organizers: Roy Britten, Eric Davidson, and Gary Felsenfeld Proceedings: September 3, 1996

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