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Capitol Science (CapSci) Conference 2012

The Henson School of Science and Technology at Salisbury University represents the only University Student Affiliate of the Washington Academy of Sciences.  With this honor comes an invitation for SU students to present their research at the biennial Capitol Science (CapSci) conferences.   CapSci ’12 is being held March 31 and April 1 at “University Row” in DC; SU students have been given a slot on Sunday, April 1 for a mini-symposium.

Students from all disciplines housed in the Henson School are eligible to participate; CapSci ’12  is one month before the Salisbury University Student Research Conference (SUSRC) ( and provides SU students with an excellent opportunity to practice their presentations. 

Students who wish to attend CapSci while not presenting are also welcomed. Nearly every scientific discipline imaginable will be represented including (but not limited to) cybernetics, chemistry, biology, physics, food safety, philosophy, and medicine.  

If you are interested in participating, please submit your name, discipline, and topic to Dr. Eugene Williams ( or Dr. Victor Miriel (

For more information about the conference, visit

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