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Attendee List Is Available For Water-Borne Symposium

January 20, 2014

Event set for Feb. 24-27 in New Orleans

The preliminary attendee list for the 2014 Waterborne, High-Solids and Powder Coatings Symposium is now available upon request, according to organizers. The event is developed by The School of Polymers and High-Performance Materials at The University of Southern Mississippi. To obtain the preliminary registration list (as of Jan. 15, 2014), email waterborne@usm.edu for your copy.
 
Preliminary outlook for 2014:
• 23 Technology Showcase booths registered (1more available)
• 11 Sponsors and 5 press partners
• 22 student posters being presented
• 3 student presentations

Registration available at: www.waterbornesymposium.com/online-registration/

Full program details (including abstracts and speakers bio’s) are now available at www.waterbornesymposium.com

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