Date: March 7, 1994, pp.22
Carl Storm, former chief scientist and program manager for technology development at Los Alamos National Laboratory's Explosives Technology and Application Division Office, has assumed the position of director of the Gordon Research Conferences. Storm, 59, succeeded Alexander Cruickshank, who had held the position since 1968. Storm began his new job on December 1.
Founded in 1931, the Gordon Research Conferences is a Rhode Island-based organization that sponsors meetings exploring topics at the frontiers of chemistry, physics, and the biological sciences. Convened in New England, California, Hawaii, and Europe, the conferences attract approximately 15,000 scientists worldwide and are characterized by a casual, off-the-record environment. Attendance at the individual Gordon conferences is limited to small groups of 100 to 130 scientists (J. Seiken, The...