Overlooking the Eyjafjallajökull glacier
and the ongoing volcano eruption from
Hvolsvöllur on April 18th, 2010

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Ash axes scientific conferences
It's not just flights that are disrupted -- the linkurl:5th European Plant Science Organisation (EPSO) conference,;http://www.epsoweb.org/event/conference/finland-2010 scheduled for April 18 through 22 above the Arctic Circle, near Muonio in Lapland, has been postponed until 2011 due to the lingering volcanic ash cloud following the eruption of the Eyjafjallajökull volcano in Iceland last week. Another conference, linkurl:Cognitive Neuroscience;http://www.medcoast.org/aktiviteter/conferencecognitiveneurosciencefrommoleculetopatient2123april2010hankonorway.5.6ccae249126f6a0ed2b800016439.html hosted by MedCoast Scandinavia, scheduled for Wednesday through Friday of this week in Norway, is currently slated to proceed as scheduled, but there have been some changes in the program due to some lecturers not able to make the trip, according to Lisbeth Johnsen, contact person for Norwegian and international participants. AIDS denialist suspected of misconduct
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