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18th Annual ATCC Biotech Patent & Licensing Forum
[The American Type Culture Collection] (Herndon, VA) September 7 – 9, 2000. This interactive symposium is designed for biotechnology and chemical patent attorneys, examiners and agents, technology transfer and licensing experts , biotechnology researchers, and bioscience teachers and professors who are interested in current biotechnology patent and licensing issues.

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7th Pacific Rim Biotechnology Conference and Bioexpo
[Stargate Connections] (Vancouver, Canada) November 15-16, 2000. “BIOTECanada and the British Columbia Biotechnology Alliance are working together to bring you a program which will address the challenges and opportunities facing the biotechnology community in the year 2000 and beyond. This Confernece will have Leading Edge Business Sessions, Hot Science Topics, Internationally Recognized Experts, Partnering and Technology Transfer Forums, 70 Exhibit Booths, Senior Management & Senior Scientists, and Exposure to the World’s Biotechnology Community.”

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Advances in Tissue & Genetic Engineering for the Treatment of Arthritic Diseases
[The Knowledge Foundation] (Boston, MA USA) September 11-12, 2000. This international conference focuses specifically on tissue and genetic engineered approaches in the treatment of osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.

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Agricultural Microbes Genome I Conference
[Scherago International] (San Diego, CA) January 2000. Topics: Sequencing, Technology & Bioinformatics, and Functional Genomics/Applications.

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Alliance Chautauqua 2000
[Boston University] (Boston, MA) June 13-15, 2000. Featuring presentations, panels, and workshops on High Performance Computing, Bioinformatics, The National Technology Grid, Information Technology for the 21st Century, Distance Learning, High Performance Computing & the Arts, Clusters, High-Throughput Computing, Visualization, and Regional Networking Initiatives.

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BIO 2000
[Biotechnology Industry Organization] (Boston, MA) March 26-30, 2000. The largest Biotechnology Industry Conference.

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Bioinformatics
[SWBIC] (New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM) September 21-23, 2000.This workshop is an overview of the bioinformatics/computational molecular biology tools available for use over the Internet. It is
intended for university faculty and staff in the areas of molecular biology and biochemistry, and for graduate students who desire an
understanding of protein and nucleic acid sequence analysis, but have little knowledge of what tools are available on the Internet and
how to use them.

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Bioinformatics: Merging Biology and Computer Science
[SWBIC] (North Carolina A & T State University, Greensboro, NC) October 16-18, 2000. This workshop is an overview of the bioinformatics/computational molecular biology tools available for use over the Internet. It is
intended for university faculty and staff in the areas of molecular biology and biochemistry, and for graduate students who desire an
understanding of protein and nucleic acid sequence analysis, but have little knowledge of what tools are available on the Internet and
how to use them.

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Biotechnology 2000: 11th International Biotechnology Symposium
[DECHEMA] (Berlin, Germany) September 3-8, 2000. The theme of the meeting is “The Molecular Key for Biotechnology.”

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Blood Product Safety
[CHI] (McLean, Virginia) February 14-16, 2000. “This conference focuses on recent advances and new strategies in screening, inactivation, and removal of infectious agents in whole blood, component concentrates, and plasma.”

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Cardiovascular Genomics
[CHI] (Miami, FL) January 31-February 1, 2000. The prominent position of genetics in cardiovascular research is becoming increasingly established. Researchers are broadening their scope of genetic and molecular models of cardiovascular research and are using them in both clinical and applied laboratory settings (i.e., drug design).

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Drug Discovery Japan
[CHI] (Tokyo, Japan) January 24-26, 2000. This conference highlighted some of the latest developments for current approaches to Drug Discovery and Development. The program consisted of sessions covering Genomic Approaches for Target Identification and Validation, Pharmacogenomics and Compound Profiling, Combinatorial Libraries Design and Synthesis, Chemoinformatics, as well as High Throughput Screening. Presenters from leading research organizations in the U.S., Europe, Japan, and elsewhere were featured.

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Gene Quantification: Clinical Applications and Drug Development
[CHI] (La Jolla, CA) February 7-8, 2000. “Advances in quantification technologies and techniques, ranging from PCR, spliced vs. unspliced viral message and integrated vs. unintegrated HIV DNA, to strategies from improving throughput (either front or back end).”

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Genome 2000 Tri-Conference
[CHI] (San Francisco, California) February 26-March 3, 2000. Genomic Partnering: Emerging and Early Stage Companies, Human Genome Project: Commercial Implications, and Gene Functional Analysis.

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Integrative Bioinformatics
[CHI] (Zurich, Switzerland) January 20-21, 2000. Topics included: Data Management, Linking Microarrays with Proteomics, Software Tools for Use with Microarrays, Integrating Bioinformatics with Drug Discovery, Progress in Data Visualization, and Gene Expression Analysis.

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Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology
[ISMB] 8th International Conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology. August 19-23, 2000. The conference provided a general forum for disseminating the latest developments in bioinformatics.

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Lab-chips and Microarrays for Biotechnical Applications
[CHI] (Zurich, Switzerland) January 17-18, 2000. Innovations in technology and resulting applications were highlighted at the meeting, along with updates of the field’s most rapidly advancing research laboratories and commercial enterprises. Topics covered were: Engineering and Applications, POC Diagnostics, Lab on a Chip, MicroArrays, Genomic Studies, Screening Assays, and Environmental Monitoring.

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MICCAI 2000
[Western Pennsylvania Institute] (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA) October 11-14, 2000. “The focus is on the introduction of new computer-assisted tools, robotics technologies, image-guided intervention, and medical imaging techniques into clinical practice. Presentations are run as single track, without parallel sessions, and complemented with poster sessions and extensive hands-on exhibits.”

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Orthopaedic Tissue Engineering
[CHI] (Washington, D.C.) January 24-25, 2000. This conference presented the most current data on numerous aspects of orthopaedic tissue engineering, particularly as applied to bone, cartilage, tendon, and ligament repair.

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Rapid Methods and Automation in Microbiology 1980-2000
[Kansas State University] (Manhattan, KS) This workshop focuses on the practical application of conventional and new commercial systems of rapid identification of microorganisms from medical specimens, foods, water, and the environment. Workshop participants will receive eight days of intensive theoretical and hands-on training in microbiological automation.

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RECOMB2000: The Fourth Annual International Conference on Computational Molecular Biology
[ACM-SIGACT] (Tokyo, Japan) April 8-11, 2000. Conference topics included the development of algorithms for the analysis of sequences and structures, novel approaches to mapping and phylogenetics, and much more.

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Sixth World Biomaterials Congress
[Society for Biomaterials] (Kamuela, HI) May 15-20, 2000.

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