A group of people including
members of both the Science Group of the Anthroposophical Society in Great
Britain Science and the Section of the School of Spiritual Science are planning
a weekend conference in November 2001 to commemorate the work of Lili Kolisko
who died on 20th November 1976.
Likely dates are 23-25 November 2001 and the venue will
probably be Stroud Centre for Science & Art. The aim will
be to have oral presentations, an exhibition of work, a visit to Kolisko Farm, a
demonstration of capillary dynamolysis and opportunities for
discussion. This conference comes at a time when there is a growing interest in
picture-forming qualitative methods. Indeed, their application in food quality
assessment was featured in a presentation of Ursula Balzer-Graf's work to the
Soil Association conference, Cirencester in 2000. The organisers
would welcome contributions to the content and funding of this conference.
Please direct all communications regarding the conference to