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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 indian binary trading 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.
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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 which is the best binary option trading platform in india and Cathy Torgler. Meeting supported by the Greater Glasgow & Clyde Valley Tourist Board


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