Chemistry for Life Sciences
31 August–3 September 2011
The 4th European Conference on Chemistry for Life Sciences, which is the official biennial Conference of EuCheMS, will be held between August 31 and September 3 at the Eötvös University in Budapest, one of the largest in Hungary.
This Conference follows the first in Rimini, Italy in October 2005 (I. Bertini), the second in Wroclaw, Poland (H. Kozlowski) in September 2007, the third in Frankfurt, Germany (J. Engels) in September 2009.
The scientific program covers the roles chemistry can play in life sciences, in biology, in medicinal chemistry, in pharmaceutical chemistry etc. The topics will include, among others, artificial photosynthesis, biogeochemistry, bioinspired organocatalysis, bioinorganic chemistry, bio-nanotechnology, computational aspects of biomolecules, dynamics in biology, genomics, glycochemistry, metals in medicine, neurochemistry, nucleic acid chemistry, peptide/protein bioconjugates for diagnosis and therapy, proteomics, structure of biomolecules, and synthetic biology.
A short tutorial course in biology will also be offered for non-specialists.
The scientific program will include invited plenary and keynote lectures and contributed papers (oral and poster).
The deadline for abstract submission is 15 April 2011. Oral presentations will be selected on the basis of the quality and creativity of the research presented in the provided abstract.
The official language of the symposium is English.
See Mark Your Calendar for contact information.
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