(should you experience any difficulties downloading registration form from website please email email@example.com)
Deadline for registration 21 January 2007
An affinity proteomics approach is essential to the ambition of characterising the composition and function of proteomes of different species. It will require a systematic collection of specific binding reagents against all members of the proteome. While the most familiar affinity reagents are the classical antibodies and their fragments, there are also alternative engineered forms of novel protein scaffolds and nucleic acid aptamers with similar diversity and binding properties. This meeting will explore the technologies and reagents required for affinity proteomics, with participation of the ProteomeBinders consortium which brings together the foremost groups in Europe interested in different aspects of protein analysis.
The EMBO Workshop "Intrinsically disordered proteins (IDPs): biophysical characterisation and biological significance" (http://embo-iup.enzim.hu/) will take place on May 20-24, 2007 in Budapest, Hungary, at the Central European University (CEU) Conference Center http://www.ceucenter.hu/. Registration at our website is already open.
The aim of the workshop is to bring together researchers and students in Europe and across the world in order to share results and concepts in the novel and rapidly developing field of protein disorder (intrinsically unstructured/disordered/unfolded proteins). We intend to focus on various aspects of IDPs, by presenting and discussing recent developments in their bioinformatic and structural characterization, and assessing their physiological and pathological significance.
Invited speakers are listed in the comments.
Important dates: Deadline for application: Feb 28th, 2007 Deadline for abstracts: March 10th, 2007
Poster Please find the poster of the meeting attached. Its high-resolution version can be downloaded from the website of the conference http://embo-iup.enzim.hu/. We strongly encourage you to post this poster in your institute and advertise the meeting to your colleagues.
We hope to see you in Budapest next may, the organizing committee:
Dr Peter Tompa, Prof. Joel Sussman, Prof. Israel Silman, and Prof. Istvan Simon
It is my pleasure to announce that the International Congress on Plant Mitochondrial Biology 2007 (ICPMB2007) will be organized from June 25 - 29, 2007 in Nara, Japan. ICPMB2007 has dedicated sessions to accommodate all types of research on plant mitochondria. We expect that the program is appealing to a wide array of scientists and students from around the world to present and discuss their latest results with international peers.
The Third edition of The RNA World is freely accessible on-line, courtesy of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press. Here's how to find it. Log into http://rna.cshl.edu. If it's your first visit to CSHL Press, you'll need to register, which is quick and free. If you're already registered, just enter your e-mail address. You will then see the sentence "Click here to view the Table of Contents", after which you can click on individual chapters. You can also access the chapters from the second edition (1999) that are not rewritten in the third edition; most of them have stood up very well to the test of time.
One hint: printing the chapters of The RNA World III straight from the Web page is inefficient. You get only a narrow strip of text on each page. But if you select the text and paste it into a Word document, it's extremely efficient: you can print the equivalent of two pages of the book on a single page.
This is the First announcement for the 12^th European Conference on Spectroscopy of Biological Molecules (ECSBM - 12) that will be held in Bobigny (Paris region), in September 1 - 6, 2007 (website http://www.ecsbm.eu).
ECSBM conferences are held every two years in a European country. The first edition took place in Reims, France, in 1985 whereas the 11^th edition in 2005 was held in Aschaffenburg, Germany.
The conference will deal with all branches of pure and applied biospectroscopy. Main topics will include:
* Application of optical spectroscopy (UV, CD, Raman, SERS, IR) and imagery to different biosystems
* Multidimensional spectroscopies
* Biological systems analysed by neutron scattering and synchrotron radiation
* Magnetic spectroscopies (NMR and EPR)
* Biomolecular dynamics within different time-scales
* Single molecule and/or single cell spectroscopies
* Theoretical approaches used for analysing biomolecular systems
* Spectroscopic applications in medicine (diagnosis)
* Applications in nanobiotechnology, micro-arrays, biosensors, lab-on-chip
* Spectroscopic applications in pharmaceutical and food domains
You will find as an attached file an announcement poster which you can display in your Department/Institution. We will be pleased to send, upon request, a printed and larger one to your postal address.
We apologize if you receive multiple copies of this message and remain at your disposal, should you need additional information.
Alberto Mezzetti, Ph.D. Member of the Organizing Committee of ECSBM 2007
Early registration : April 16 2007 Normal registration : May 14 2007
Yalta, Crimea, Ukraine International Symposium “The Plant Cytoskeleton: Genomic and Bioinformatic Tools for Biotechnology and Agriculture” 19-23 September 2006 (Supported as NATO ESP.NUKR.ARW.982090 and INTAS Symposium)
WORKSHOPS TO BE HELD IN 2006 This year, the International University of Andalusia (UNIA), in collaboration with the "Instituto de Salud Carlos III", will organize four Biomedicine workshops. In the following page you can find all the information regarding the workshops "Current Trends in Biomedicine" to be held in 2006.
RNA in Disease and Therapy 2-4 October 2006 Organized by: Alfredo Berzal-Herranz ( Instituto de Parasitología y Biomedicina "López-Neyra", CSIC, Granada, Spain ) Bryan Cullen (Duke University, Durham, USA) Mariano Garcia-Blanco (Duke University, Durham, USA)
PATHOCYCLES: Role of cell cycle regulators in the induction of virulence programme in pathogenic fungi 23-25 October 2006 Organized by: Jaime Correa-Bordes (Universidad de Extremadura, Badajoz, Spain) Paul Nurse (Rockefeller University, New York, USA) José Pérez-Martín. (Centro Nacional de Biotecnología,CNB-CSIC, Madrid, Spain)
Mechanisms and biological consequences of recombinational DNA repair-mediated genome instability 6-8 November 2006 Organized by: Andrés Aguilera (Universidad de Sevilla, Spain) Roland Kanaar ( Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
MITOCHONDRIOPATHIES. Diverse origin of mitochondrial diseases 27-29 November 2006 Organized by: Joaquín Arenas ( Centro de Investigación Hospital Universitario 12 de Octubre, Madrid, Spain) Salvatore DiMauro ( Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, USA) Plácido Navas (Centro Andaluz de Biología del Desarrollo, Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Sevilla, Spain)
As we previously informed you, the "Sialoglycoscience 2006, Fifth International Conference, Mishima, Japan," will be held in August 27-30, 2006, at Torey Human Resources Development Center located in Mishima, Japan. With this e-mail, we would like to update the following three things.
(1) On May 1, 2006, detail information on Sialoglycoscience 2006 has become available at our website: http://www.gak.jp/sialo06/ We apologize to you for the delayed notification of the detail information of Sialoglycosience 2006. Please visit us at the website.
(2) Registration: The site for Registration and Room reservation is now open at our website. Please register through this site.
(3) Call for papers: Now we would like to invite you to Sialoglycoscience 2006. In addition to an excellent list of noted and outstanding researchers as invited speakers, we believe your contributions would be the most important to make the conference more exciting and fascinating. We would appreciate if you submit your paper through the Call for Paper in our website.
Please feel free to ask anything to us, if you have any questions on the Sialoglycoscience 2006.
We are looking forward to seeing you at the meeting in August.
With best wishes,
Yasuo Suzuki Chair of the Sialoglycoscience 2006 Makoto Kiso Co-Chair
******************************** Important Dates: Monday, May 1, 2006: Opening of Abstract Submission Wednesday, May 31, 2006: Deadline for early Registration Friday, June 30, 2006: Deadline of Abstract Submission Friday, July 28, 2006: Deadline for Registration Sunday, August 27 to Wednesday, August 30, 2006: Conference ********************************
We are pleased to invite you at the 2nd Eastern European Conference on Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs, entitled “FOSTERING RESEARCH ON RARE DISEASES IN EASTERN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES” (www.conf2006.raredis.org).
The conference will be carried out on 8-9 September 2006 in the beautiful town of Plovdiv (Bulgaria) under the auspices of the Bulgarian Ministry of Health. It is organized by the Information Centre for Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs - a project of the Bulgarian Association for Promotion of Education and Science.
This event is a logical continuation of the very successful First Eastern European Conference on Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs, which took place on 27 May 2005 in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. The aim of this first and very important conference was to raise governmental and public awareness in Eastern Europe on rare diseases and orphan drugs. All presentations are available online (www.conf2005.raredis.org) in video and PDF form giving free access to all interested parties. Up to know, the conference website is accessed by 2 800 unique visitors from more than 80 countries!
Now, we have decided to invite researchers and teams from Eastern Europe to present their research on rare diseases and orphan drugs by oral presentations and posters. The scientific committee consists of prominent scientists with extensive experience on the topic. A special panel session with invited speakers from leading EU institutions will increase the knowledge of attendees and will present to them the best European standards and practices on rare diseases research.
Participants from Eastern European countries with scientific paper/poster could apply for a fellowship. Presented papers/posters will be published in full text after the conference.
Scientific papers about all rare diseases and rare forms of common diseases will be considered!
The Second Automated Function Prediction Meeting August 30 - September 1, 2006. University of California, San Diego AFP 2006 will feature three exciting days of discussions on computational function prediction in molecular biology. The meeting program includes plenary talks delivered by leading researchers in the field, a special discussion panel on gene and protein annotation and a poster session. Talk abstracts are invited, and accepted speakers will have the opportunity to publish their work as an article in a special section of BMC Bioinformatics.
Talk abstract submission deadline: April 26, 2006.
The BioMail program does not work anymore, because the PubMed now offers the analogous service. We strongly recommend you to switch to it. Another possibility is to use the BioMail program on the web site http://www.biomail.org/.
To set up your PubMed e-mail alerts, you should perform the following steps: (1) visit the PubMed web page: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/ ; (2) click the "register" link in the right upper corner of the page; (3) fill in a short form: username, password and e-mail address (in a few minutes you will get a message from PubMed with a web link to confirm your registration); (4) perform the search with selected keywords and click the link "Save search" (to the right of the search window); (5) the question "Would you like to receive e-mail updates..." would appear in a small window, select "Yes" as an answer; (6) select the e-mail alerts parameters (time intervals, etc) - and that is it
RNA 2006 will include oral and poster presentations covering the entire field of RNA including structure, function, chemistry, and biology. Sessions will cover RNAi, chromatin silencing, riboregulation, noncoding RNA, RNA structure and folding, RNA catalysis, splicing mechanisms and regulation, 3' end formation, RNP function and dynamics, RNA transport and localization, RNA editing and modification, RNA biogenesis, ribosomes, translation, bioinformatics, and RNA turnover. As always, the meeting will involve the membership of the society to the fullest extent, with all presentations being selected from submitted abstracts, and additional workshops being arranged as required.
We hope to see you at RNA 2006!
Andrea Barta, Medical University of Vienna Adrian Ferre-D'Amare, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Elisa Izaurralde, European Molecular Biology Laboratory Alan Weiner, University of Washington
Witec Filipowicz (Basel) Danesh Moazed (Harvard) Amy Pasquinelli (San Diego) Karen Wasserman (Wisconsin) Saba Valadkhan (Case Western Reserve) Stephen Cusack (Grenoble) Melissa Jurica (Santa Cruz) Juan Valcarcel (Barcelona) David Bentley (Denver) Kathy Collins (Berkeley) Maria Carmo-Fonseca (Lisbon) Ken Stuart (Seattle) Eric Phizicky (Rochester) Jon Lorsch (Johns Hopkins) Kim Mowry (Brown) Todd Lowe (Santa Cruz) Elena Conti (Heidelberg) Gabriele Varani (Seattle)
We are glad to inform you that the 14th European Bioenergetics Conference (EBEC) will take place in Moscow, July 22- 27, 2006. The conference venue is M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University.
The scientific program will seek to address the main areas of interest and current research within the field of fundamental and applied bioenergetics, extending the traditional topics to related areas of cell biology, including physiological, pathological and environmental aspects. It will provide a forum for the free exchange of ideas and information. Moreover, “Perspectives of bioenergetics” will be discussed at a round table. “Colloquia suggested by participants” and poster sessions will be included in the program. Some time will be reserved for informal discussions.
PLENARY SESSIONS AND COLLOQUIA PLANNED BY ORGANIZERS 1. Molecular bioenergetics 1.1.Respiratory chain 1.2.Light-driven energy transducers 1.3.ATP-synthase and ATPase 1.4.Energy-consuming porters 1.5.Coupling mechanisms 2. Physiology and pathology of mitochondria (in vitro, ex vivo and in vivo studies) 2.1.Uncoupling 2.2.Reactive oxygen species 2.3.Aging 2.4.Cancer, ischemia and degenerative disorders 2.5.Programmed death of the cell (apoptosis and necrosis) and of the mitochondrion (mitoptosis) 2.6.Dynamics of mitochondrial morphology 2.7.Therapeutic approach The preliminary program is available at www.be2006.ru
The Conference is supported by the Professional Congress Organizer (PCO) - Monomax Congresses and Incentives Co Ltd., a member of the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA). Monomax Congresses and Incentives Co Ltd. will render the conference the following services: accept conference registration fee; accept abstracts; reserve a hotel according to the application; prepare documents for getting Russian Tourist visa; provide transportation to/from airport from/to hotel; propose and prepare a cultural program for conferees and accompanying persons;
TO REGISTER and send ABSTRACT please link at www.be2006.ru. Deadline for ABSTRACT submission is 15 January, 2005.
The Registration Fee for all participants includes attendance to the conference, the conference materials, admission to the Welcome Reception, City Tour, lunches and coffee/tea in the breaks, tourist visa invitation for the period of the conference, transfers hotel-conference venue- hotel. For accompanying persons the fee includes the Welcome Reception, tourist visa invitation for the period of the conference, transfers hotel-conference venue- hotel.
Category of participants Before 31 March 2006 Regular Participant EUR 600.- Student (with student card) EUR 450.- Accompanying person EUR 200.-
After 31 March 2006 Regular Participant EUR 650.- Student (with student card) EUR 500.- Accompanying person EUR 250.-
Cancellation, refund: Before 31 May 2006 80% refund After 31 May 2006 no refund
ACCOMMODATION We are glad to offer the accommodation for the conference participants in the following hotels: Hotel Ukraine**** Single standard room: 80 euro Double comfort room: 123 euro Hotel Orlenok**** Single room: 150 euro Double room: 165 euro Hotel Sputnik*** Single standard room: 55 euro Double renovated room: 100 euro Hotel Akademicheskaya*** Single standard room: 80 euro Double standard room: 85 euro Student House at Moscow State University-hostel Single room (room in block): 20 euro The prices are given for situation on October, 2005. Probably the prices will change. You can book the hotel later on www.be2006.ru
TRANSFERS The transportation by buses from the hotels to the conference venue and from the conference venue to the hotels will be provided during all conference period. The participants can also book the service of transfer from/to airport to/from the hotel additionally. The coast of this transportation is not included in the registration fee. The service will be available later on web page www.be2006.ru
SOCIAL PROGRAM During the Conference the participants will be able to take part in events of social program. For the conferees and accompanying persons will be offered such excursions as: the bus tour around the city (included in the registration fee), excursion to the Kremlin, Novodevichy Convent, Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, State Tretyakov Gallery, and post conference tours such as: tour to St. Petersburg, and Golden Ring of Russia (not far away from Moscow).
All information about attendance at the conference and news are available on the conference web page www.be2006.ru. All services should be booked online at www.be2006.ru
CONTACT INFORMATION: National Organizing Committee E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.be2006.ru PCO - Monomax Congresses and Incentives Co Ltd Svetlana Pagaeva project manager e-mail: email@example.com
We look forward to welcome you at the conference, Russian Bioenergetics Group Monomax Congresses and Incentives Co Ltd.