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Pictures From A Pre-exposition March 27, 2007

Posted by Beth in General.


Filed by Ivan Amato

It takes a gargantuan amount of effort, resources, skill, and logistics to get massive expositions, such as the ones at ACS national meetings, up and running. On Sunday morning I took my camera and strolled the main floor as crews meticulously, by hand, unpacked crates and assembled the fixtures, displays, instruments, and thousands of other whatsits, which within a day would sum to the exposition at the 233rd ACS national meeting. Click “more” to see a selection of images that captures only a few pixels of the big picture.








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