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BioScience2004 – from molecules to organisms
18-22 July 2004
SECC, Glasgow, UK

BioScience2004 – a success!

The Biochemical Society's first Flagship Meeting BioScience2004 was a huge success, with over 1200 delegates attending, 64 companies exhibiting, and more than 500 posters presented over 4 days. Read on for comments, photos and a full meeting report. a>

Plans for BioScience2005 are now well underway. BioScience2005 - from genes to systems, will be held from 17 - 21 July, Glasgow, UK.
The website is 'live' and is being constantly updated with new information. iqoptions


News from BioScience2004

Wednesday 21
July 2004
- Hibernating squirrels may hold secrets of preventing damage from stroke in humans
Tuesday 20
July 2004
- Powerful market forces over-rule science ethics, says Nobel Laureate
Tuesday 20
July 2004
- Therapeutic cloning must start now, says stem cell expert
Tuesday 20
July 2004
- GM and biotechnology essential to help double global food production for rising population
Tuesday 20
July 2004
- Talking cells may help prevent cancer
Tuesday 20
July 2004
- Patently problematic: the european patent laws may dissuade stem cell research
Monday 19
July 2004
- Cholesterol-lowering drugs from chemist shops will help reduce heart attacks, says Glasgow heart expert
Monday 19
July 2004
- EESI-View - Enhanced Electronic Serials Interface - a new way of viewing journal articles on screen
 
Friday 16
July 2004
- New President and Vice-Chairman for Biochemical Society
Friday 16
July 2004
- Summary of the Press Releases

Why you should attend


Focus topics

Lipids, Rafts and Traffic (Including Biochemical Society Annual Symposium)
Signalling Outwards and Inwards
Structure Related to Function: Molecules and Cells
Genes: Regulation, Processing and Interference
Energy: Generation and Information
Ethics, Education and Employment
Research Colloquia

Logo images courtesy of Daan van Aalten, Julie Ahringer, Malcolm Bennett and Cathy Torgler. Meeting supported by the Greater Glasgow & Clyde Valley Tourist Board


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