Conferences featuring Biotechnology related topics or topics of interest to those working in the biotechnological field.
Three day event focusing on both upstream and downstream processing for biological manufacturing, production and cGMP specialists in Dusseldorf, Germany.
Discussion of life science research relating to genomics data, medical or phamacological observations, and computational simulations. Program of meeting held for two days in Switzerland.
To promote business development between pharmaceutical, financial and biotechnology companies. Held for three days in Germany.
Event marketing and planning company offering on campus biotechnology trade shows. Includes information on upcoming events and testimonials from exhibitors.
The International ATTD Conference on Advanced Technologies and Treatments for Diabetes.
International conference for business developers, focusing on applications to agro-food industry and new opportunities. Held for three days at Doorwerth, The Netherlands.
This conference will explore the therapeutic applications of proteins, the discovery and design of therapeutics, the problems associated with protein based drugs and new tools and strategies in process development.
Archives of a series of scientific meetings from Aventis and the Nature Publishing Group. Previous conferences include epigenetic regulation of identity, RNA interference, protein folding, and dynamics of the cell membrane. Last held for three days held at Maine, USA.
Education and networking experience for those involved in the manufacturing and development of oligonucleotide and peptide products for three days in Las Vegas, Navada.
Discussion of genome information to reduce drug discovery time and its uses in other fields like chemistry and computing. held for four days in San Francisco, California.
Details of two day meeting at Shriram Institute for Industrial Research, Bangalore, India.
Conference to be held June 23 - 25, 2010 at Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, to highlight some recent breakthrough stories and successes using SBDD driven by medicinal chemistry, computational and biophysical approaches.
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