Florence, birthplace of the Renaissance and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, hosts the Goldschmidt conference in August 2013. Set in one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Goldschmidt2013 will be able to offer an outstanding science program alongside the oppurtunity to enjoy the many cultural riches the city has to offer.
Based in the heart of the city, the Firenze Fiera Congress and Exhibition Centre, will host all the scientific sessions in one complex. With two international airports within easy reach and an integrated public transport system, visiting the historic city of Florence is simple.
Abstract submission is now open, with the abstract submission deadline being April 12th (23:59 GMT) 2013. Registration, exhibition bookings and accommodation information is also available from the relevant pages on the site. Field trips and some Workshop registrations are also available on the site. Field trips must be booked by April 12th and bookings for workshops will close on June 25th.
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