Meeting of the British Biophysical Society, Durham July 11-13, 2012
Web registration now closed for BBS meeting in Durham July 11 - 13th - please contact the organizers if you still have an interest in attending since some options may now be limited (firstname.lastname@example.org). On site registrations will be possible.
the biennial meeting of the British Biophysical society will take place at Collingwood College, Durham University (http://www.dur.ac.uk/collingwood/), Durham.
The meeting entitled Biophysics at all Scales will feature an exciting programme of poster sessions and two parallel scientific sessions across a wide range of biophysical areas and techniques:
• Cellular Membranes
• Metals in Biology
• Novel techniques
• Macromolecular Complexes
• The Dynamic cell
• Protein Dynamics
Young researcher are particularly encouraged to submit their abstracts, as approximately 50% of all talks will be selected from the submissions.
In addition, the meeting will feature five plenary lectures by
• Brian Kobilka (Stanford University, USA)
• Paola Borri (Cardiff University, UK)
• Herman Gaub (LMU Munich, Germany)
• Franz Pfeiffer (TU Munich, Germany)
• Marina Kuimova (Imperial College London) BBS young Investigator 2012
The program also includes a commercial exhibition, a mixer on the first evening as well as the conference dinner in the famous Durham Castle (http://www.dur.ac.uk/university.college/) on Thursday 12 July.
The LMS (London Mathematical Society) Symposium entitled "Grand Biological Challenges for Mathematicians" will take place on Monday 9th July - Tuesday 17th July 2012 in Durham, that participants from the BS meeting are invited to attend. More information at http://www.maths.dur.ac.uk/lmsbio/
A satellite meeting organised by the Durham BSI entitled "Metals in Biology Half Day Meeting" will take please between 8.30-12.00 on Wednesday 11th July 2012 before the main meeting http://www.dur.ac.uk/bsi/events/mib/
A limited number of student travel bursaries will be available to BBS members.
Please apply here.
To contact the organisers, please email email@example.com.
Information and some videos of the plenary talks from our previous meetings can be found here.