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13th International Genome Sequencing and Analysis Conference
[TIGR] (San Diego, CA) October 25-28, 2001. GSAC has become one of the most
unique and important meetings
throughout the genome community. This meeting attracts the world’s
leading scientists, who come to
present their current research
findings and developments, and to
gather with other leaders within this
1st International Symposium on Life Science and Technology
(Basel, Switzerland) September 20-21, 2001. This two day symposium will explore life science products. Some of the themes to be examined include: process technology, functional foods, drug development, probiotic cultures and bioinformatics.
2001 Functional Genomics Satellite Meeting
[ICEM] (Seattle, WA) October 16-18, 2001. The Functional Genomics meeting will focus on genetic changes at the molecular level, their identification, expression, and function as well as exciting associated genomic technologies.
26th Annual Lorne Conference on Protein Structure and Function
[University of Melborne] (Lorne, Australia) February 4-8, 2001.
AlChE Annual Meeting
[American Institute of Chemical Engineers] (Reno, Nevada) November 4-9, 2001. The American Institute of Chemical Engineers Annual Meeting. This year’s topical conferences include Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology: Discovery, Development, and Delivery of Medicine and Bioinformatics and Genomics. The Bioinformatics and Genemoics topical also includes two short courses, a tutorial, and proceedings.
Annual Biocatalysis and Bioprocessing Conferences
[Center for Biocatalysis and Bioprocessing] (University of Iowa) Information about annual meetings at the University of Iowa in the areas of biocatalysis and bioprocessing.
Annual Meeting Information
[Phycological Society of America] (San Diego, CA) “Each year PSA sponsors a meeting, either alone or with other societies, where phycological researchers and educators present their latest findings.”
Beyond Genome 2001
[CHI] (San Francisco, CA) June 17-22, 2001. A weeklong event covering a number of computational tools used in the analysis and correlation of genomic data.
BIO 2001 International Convention and Exhibition
[Biotechnology Industry Organization] (San Diego, CA) June 24-27, 2001. “The World’s Largest Biotech Event.”
Biotech Branches Out: A Look at the Opportunities and Impacts of Forest Biotechnology
[Pew Initiative on Food and Biotechnology.] (Atlanta, GA) December 4-5, 2001. Topics to be covered include current research on forest biotechnology and how it may be influenced by public views on forests, international and domestic economic factors, including consumer acceptance, that influence the demand for genetically modified forest products, and analysis of the laws and regulations that govern the use of forest biotechnology, in the U.S. and globally.
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[Science Professional Networks] Workshops to join and learn about careers.
Chips to Hits
[IBC] (San Diego, CA) October 28 – November 1, 2001. A joining of industry and academia to address technology and application of microarrays, protein arrays, microfluidics, sample prep, data/imaging analysis and emerging technologies in the field.
The Consortium for Plant Biotechnology Research, Inc. Symposium 2001
[CPBR] (Washington, D.C.) March 4-6, 2001. “This Symposium will cover scientific reports of 1997 and 1998 projects, introduction of 2000 and 2001 projects, University-industry interactions, talks on agbio worldwide, and poster session of projects proposed for 2002.”
Fifth Annual Conference on Computational Genomics
[TIGR] (Baltimore, MD) November 28-December 1, 2001. An international conference on the latest technology and information in bioinformatics and computational genomics.
Fourth International Conference on Molecular Structural Biology
[ICMSB] (Vienna, Austria) September 5-9, 2001. Aims to bring together scientists from the field of X-ray crystallography, NMR spectroscopy, molecular biology, structure prediction, computer modeling, and microscopy.
Functional Genomics: Using a Systems Biology Approach to Develop Novel Therapeutics
[Cambridge Healthtech Institute] (Cambridge, MA) October 9-10, 2001. High-throughput function determination is critical to realizing potential within whole genomes of information. Exploration of gene function will probe into how genes encode for proteins by alternative splicing and how they employ a modular approach to genetic circuitry.
The Future of the Pharmaceutical Industry
[MIT] (Cambridge, Massachusetts) December 13-14, 2001. The briefing will explore how new biological tools, techniques and computing are being used to improve small molecule discovery, as well as about pharmaceutical research innovations that promise significant savings in time, cost and resource allocation, including: small molecule and protein microarray technologies that enable high throughput study of protein function and microchemical systems for pharmaceutical manufacturing, and
Integrating Bioinformatics & Cheminformatics
[Bioforums] (Carlsbard, CA) November 14-15, 2001. Leading practictioners witll share their strategies and insight on how to: Foster communication between your Bio and Chem Informatics’ teams to increase productivity, Manage the Plethora of information from the genome revolution, Increase a drug’s speed to marker, and discover potential therapies more easily.
[Society for Industrial Microbiology] A short listing of meetings sponsored by the Society for Industrial Microbiology including GMBIM and the society’s annual meeting.
[Cambridge Healthtech Institute] (San Diego, CA) November 12-13, 2001. The Protein Informatics conference is designed to provide in-depth coverage of the development and integration of databases utilized by research scientists for the storage/retrieval, analysis, data mining, and manipulation of biological sequence, structure, function, and annotation data.
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PSC Training: Workshops
[Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center] A list of workshops on computer analysis of biological molecules. Workshop titles include “Nucleic Acid and Protein Sequence Analysis” and “Methods and Applications of Molecular Mechanics and Dynamics to Molecules of Biological Interest.” These Workshops are sponsored by the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, New Mexico State University, Arizona State University, and the National Human Genome Research Institute and various on-site organizations.
[RECOMB, Montreal] (April 21-24, 2001) The fifth annual international conference on computational molecular biology.
Scottish Microbiology Society
This web site details the activities of the Scottish Microbiology Society and provides a newsletter and information about upcoming society and society sponsored meetings.
Southwestern and Rocky Moutain Fall Meeting 2001
[American Association for the Advancement of Science] (Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska) November 11-13, 2001. Scientists, graduate and undergraduate students are invited to present research reports, submit or participate in symposia, workshops or the Poster Session. Disciplinary sections include: Biological Sciences, Biomedical Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Physical Sciences and Engineering, Psychological Sciences, Science Education, and Social Sciences.
Structural Biology Industrial Platform
The platform is comprised of fifteen companies, including representatives of some of Europe’s largest pharmaceutical industries, as well as the European Commission and Research Centres in Europe, in efforts to promote structural biology research, training, and development.