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*2nd ASMET - The ASM Emerging Technologies Conference
Cancun, Mexico
26 Sep 2010 - 30 May 2010
Applications of Novel Molecular Biology to Microbial DetectionTechnologies to Microbial Strain TypingInformation Systems for Detection of Unexpected or Unwanted Events .

*21st IUBMB and 12th FAOBMB
Shanghai, China
2 Aug 2009 - 8 Aug 2009
International Congress of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology “Biomolecules for Quality of Life”.

*DNA damage: from causes to cures
Cambridge, United Kingdom
15 Dec 2008 - 17 Dec 2008
Annual Symposium of the Biochemical Society.

*4th Biologie prospective Santorini Conference
Santorini, Greece
21 Sep 2008 - 24 Sep 2008
The Santorini Conference series is devoted to the analysis of genetic and biochemical variations in man and its impact on the origin, prediction, prevention, diagnosis and therapy of human disorders particularly cardiovascular diseases.

*Molecular biology of Archaea
University of St Andrews, United Kingdom
19 Aug 2008 - 21 Aug 2008
This meeting will focus on archaeal DNA replication, recombination and repair, genetics and gene regulation..

*DNA Topoisomerases in Biology and Medicine (Topo2008)
Norwich, United Kingdom
20 Jul 2008 - 24 Jul 2008
The conference will be divided into five sessions: DNA Topology; Topoisomerase structure and mechanism; Topoisomerases in vivo; Topoisomerase in chemotherapy; Evolution and biodiversity in topoisomerases.

* Human Genome Analysis: Genetic Analysis of Multifactorial Diseases
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
23 Jul 2008 - 29 Jul 2008
This Advanced Course covers statistical methods based on linkage and association used to map disease susceptibility genes, with an emphasis on family-based designs. Discussions of the methodology are complemented by practical hands-on computer exercises..

*CELLULAR & MOLECULAR FUNGAL BIOLOGY
Holderness, NH, United States
29 Jun 2008 - 4 Jul 2008
The Cellular and Molecular Fungal Biology Conference provides a forum for presentation of the latest advances in fungal research with a particular emphasis on filamentous and pathogenic fungi..

*2nd international conference on Molecular Perspectives
Dubrovnik, Croatia
27 Jun 2008 - 1 Jul 2008
This meeting is entirely devoted to the subject of protein recognition, both from a fundamental viewpoint but also from the perspective of technological advances and drug discovery..

* Working with Pathogen Genomes 2008
Blantyre, Malawi
19 May 2008 - 23 May 2008
This 5-day residential workshop aims to give microbiologists with a working knowledge of computational sequence analysis, a firm grounding in the use of the latest genome analysis software (Artemis & ACT) developed at PSU..

* Molecular Basis of bacterial infection: basic and applied research approaches
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
11 May 2008 - 17 May 2008
This course will introduce participants to concepts and techniques currently used in studies on the molecular basis of bacterial infection..

*12th Annual International Conference on Research in Computational Molecular Biology (RECOMB2008)
Singapore, Singapore
30 Mar 2008 - 2 Apr 2008
The RECOMB Conference Series was founded in 1997 to provide a scientific forum for theoretical advances in computational biology and their applications in molecular biology and medicine.

*Gene expression and analysis - Linked Focused Meetings
Manchester, United Kingdom
26 Mar 2008 - 28 Mar 2008
Gene expression and analysis will be composed of three linked Biochemical Society Focused Meetings:Transcription ; Post-transcriptional control; New methods for the study of protein-nucleic acid interactions.

*GLYCOLIPID & SPHINGOLIPID BIOLOGY
Lucca (Barga), Italy
17 Feb 2008 - 22 Feb 2008
With the help of all attendants we'll try to cover the significant developments and perspectives all the way from biophysics/structure, genetics, metabolism/sphingolipidomics/novel techniques, transport/toxin, signaling/immunology, to cancer/Alzheimer.

*DNA Replication and Recombination (B5)
Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States
10 Feb 2008 - 15 Feb 2008
The Keystone Symposia “DNA Replication and Recombination” meeting, the longest standing meeting of this multi-decade series continues to meld investigators representing a range of disciplines who otherwise would not have a format for sharing........

*Plant and Animal Genome XVI Conference
San Diego, CA, United States
12 Jan 2008 - 16 Jan 2008
The current schedule for PAG-XVI is that there will be about 90 workshop and industry vendor presentations and computer program demonstration sessions. New workshops for PAG-XVI include Transposable Elements, Bud Dormancy etc..

*RNA UK 2008
Burnside Hotel, Cumbria, United Kingdom
18 Jan 2008 - 20 Jan 2008
The meeting will focus on the areas of RNA processing, RNA stability and RNA-mediated gene regulation..

*BIOMOLECULAR INTERACTIONS & METHODS
Ventura, CA, United States
13 Jan 2008 - 18 Jan 2008
Protein Interaction Dynamics: Theory, Method, & Practice.

*Molecular Mechanisms of Neurodegeneration 2007
Jolly Beach Resort, Antigua
3 Dec 2007 - 6 Dec 2007
Sessions include: Genetics of Alzheimer's Disease; APP Processing;Neurodegenerative Disease.

*IN VIVO BARRIERS TO GENE DELIVERY
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
26 Nov 2007 - 29 Nov 2007
This unique forum is designed to stimulate future research studies in this important area and to promote interactions amongst researchers in diverse basic scientific areas relevant to this field..

*MOLECULAR AND IMMUNOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO VACCINE DESIGN
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
29 Nov 2007 - 2 Dec 2007
We are looking forward to a broad-based meeting, and abstracts are welcomed on all scientific topics related to the design of novel vaccines, the immune response and delivery systems..

*Chromatin Structure & Function 2007
Jolly Beach Resort, Antigua
27 Nov 2007 - 30 Nov 2007
Chromatin Structure & Function 2007.

*3rd annual Advances in Metabolic Profiling conference and exhibition
Boston, MA, United States
13 Nov 2007 - 14 Nov 2007
As in previous years, we are organising an excellent list of influential speakers for the agenda..

*PHAGE DISPLAY OF PROTEINS & PEPTIDES
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United Arab Emirates
6 Nov 2007 - 19 Nov 2007
The lecture series, presented by a number of invited speakers, will emphasize PCR of immunoglobulin genes, the biology of filamentous phage and the utility of surface expression libraries, expression of antibodies in E.coli and mammalian cells etc..

*REVOLUTIONARY SEQUENCING TECHNOLOGIES & APPLICATIONS
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
6 Nov 2007 - 17 Nov 2007
Students will be instructed in the detailed operation of several revolutionary sequencing platforms, including sample preparation procedures, general data handling through pipelines, and in-depth data analysis..

*COMPUTATIONAL & COMPARATIVE GENOMICS
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
7 Nov 2007 - 13 Nov 2007
The course focuses on approaches for extracting the maximum amount of information from protein and DNA sequence similarity through sequence database searches, statistical analysis, and multiple sequence alignment..

*PROTEOMICS
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
6 Nov 2007 - 19 Nov 2007
This intensive laboratory and lecture course will focus on two major themes in proteomics: protein profiling and functional proteomics..

* WORKING WITH THE HUMAN GENOME SEQUENCE Oct 2007
Kilifi, Kenya
23 Oct 2007 - 25 Oct 2007
This three-day Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute workshop provides an intensive introduction to bioinformatics tools freely available on the internet, focusing primarily on the Human Genome data..

* Functional Genomics and systems biology Oct 2007
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
10 Oct 2007 - 14 Oct 2007
Sessions include: Transcriptome and proteome analysis; RBAi and mutagenesis studies; Single cell level analysis; Gene regulation networks and pathway analysis; Computational data analysis and interprevention; Functional Genomics of disease.

*CELL DEATH
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
26 Sep 2007 - 30 Sep 2007
The meeting will cover the field of cell death and apoptosis..

*"Studying cytoskeletal dynamics: from biology to physics"
Gif-sur-Yvette, France
24 Sep 2007 - 4 Oct 2007
Our general objective is to provide young researchers in life sciences with a conceptual and experimental tutorial framework enabling them to use in vitro biochemical assays, biomimeic assays and light microscopy physical methods to address major issues.

*BIOLOGY OF AGING
Les Diablerets, Switzerland
23 Sep 2007 - 28 Sep 2007
Sessions includeIMPACT OF DNA DAMAGE AND REPAIR FUNCTIONS ON AGING; ACCELERATED AGING.

*INTERACTOME NETWORKS - Mapping macromolecular interactions in the cell
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
29 Sep 2007 - 1 Sep 2007
The conference will address topics including ORFeome and other clone resources; Y2H and other binary assay maps; pull-down mass spectrometry approaches; finishing orthogonal binary assays; assembly/annotation etc..

*German Conference on Bioinformatics
Potsdam, Germany
26 Sep 2007 - 28 Sep 2007
An annual, international conference devoted to all topics in bioinformatics. Its tradition reaches back to 1985, and recent conferences have attracted up to 200 participants from all over the world..

*Combio 2007
Sydney, Australia
22 Sep 2007 - 26 Sep 2007
Combined Annual Conferences of the Australian Society for Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, the Australia and New Zealand Society for Cell and Developmental Biology and the Australian Society of Plant Scientists..

*Methods and Applications of Hybrid QM/MM Simulations to Biomolecular Systems
Pittsburgh, PA, United States
10 Sep 2007 - 13 Sep 2007
This workshop will cover the theory and application of hybrid quantum mechanical/molecular mechanical potential energy functions for simulating enzymatic reactions..

*RNAi Europe 2007
Barcelona, Spain
19 Sep 2007 - 21 Sep 2007
Welcome to the 4th annual RNAi Europe - Europe's largest conference & exhibition dedicated to RNA interference..

*MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES 2007
Hamburg, Germany
16 Sep 2007 - 19 Sep 2007
Herbsttagung der Gesellschaft für Biochemie und Molekularbiologie.

*Screening Targets
Boston, MA, United States
10 Sep 2007 - 11 Sep 2007
Agenda topics will include protein kinases, GPCRs and transporter proteins. Screening Targets will be held in parallel with the established Ion Channel Targets conference..

*From molecules to cognition: a tribute to Jean-Pierre Changeux
Paris, France
17 Sep 2007 - 19 Sep 2007
The Workshop will attempt a synthesis of our current understanding of the molecular basis of cognition, covering the whole range of neuroscience from the three-dimensional structure of molecules to brain imaging in humans..

*4th International PHD Student Symposium
Göttingen, Germany
12 Sep 2007 - 15 Sep 2007
Horizons in Molecular Biology.

* EMBO Conference on Protein Synthesis and Translational Control
Heidelberg, Germany
12 Sep 2007 - 16 Sep 2007
Partnered with Cold Spring Harbor Laboratories.

*Proteomics Europe
Amsterdam, Netherlands
4 Sep 2007 - 5 Sep 2007
We are assembling an excellent list of influential speakers for the agenda and will have a large exhibition alongside. The conference will be co-located with the European Biomarkers Summit..

*EMBO Practical Course on Chromatin Immunoprecipitation and related techniques
Heidelberg, Germany
2 Sep 2007 - 8 Sep 2007
The course is aimed at practicing scientists who have an a clear need to learn how to perform Chromatin Immunoprecipitation (ChIP) experiments..

* Mouse Molecular Genetics
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
5 Sep 2007 - 9 Sep 2007
New to Hinxton, this conference brings together researchers of multiple disciplines studying various molecular and genetics aspects of mammalian development and disease.

*EUKARYOTIC DNA REPLICATION AND GENOME MAINTENANCE
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
5 Sep 2007 - 9 Sep 2007
. We are looking forward to a broad-based meeting, and abstracts are welcomed on all aspects of replication of DNA in eukaryotes..

*EMBO Course on Chromatin Immunoprecipitation and related techniques
Heidelberg, Germany
2 Sep 2007 - 8 Sep 2007
he course is aimed at practicing scientists who have an a clear need to learn how to perform Chromatin Immunoprecipitation (ChIP) experiments..

*European Conference on the Spectroscopy of Biological Molecules
Bobigny, France
1 Sep 2007 - 6 Sep 2007
From single molecules to tissues: Application of optical spectroscopy (UV, CD, Raman, SERS, IR, fluorescence, microfluorimetry) to different biosystems; Multidimensional spectroscopies etc..

*INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY 2007 (ICMB07)
Bandar Baru Bangi, Malaysia
4 Sep 2007 - 6 Sep 2007
Topics to include: biofluids, cell biology, physiology, neurobiology and behaviour, development, ecology, population biology, genetics and evolution, epidemiology, immunology, molecular biology, DNA and protein structure and function, bio-informatics.

*2007 ARVO Ocular Cell and Molecular Biology (OCMB) Conference
Sarasota, Florida, United States
6 Sep 2007 - 8 Sep 2007
The OCMB Conference is designed to be highly interactive, focusing on studies of the retina, lens, cornea, and other ocular tissues..

*Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence (SENS), Third Conference
Cambridge, United Kingdom
6 Sep 2007 - 10 Sep 2007
The purpose of the SENS conference series, like all the SENS initiatives (such as the journal Rejuvenation Research and the Methuselah Mouse Prize), is to expedite the development of truly effective therapies to postpone and treat human aging.

*MECHANISMS OF EUKARYOTIC TRANSCRIPTION
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
29 Aug 2007 - 2 Sep 2007
A tenth meeting on transcriptional regulation in eukaryotes will be held at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory from Wednesday evening, August 29 to Sunday afternoon, September 2, 2007..

*EUKARYOTIC mRNA PROCESSING
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
22 Aug 2007 - 26 Aug 2007
The meeting will focus on the mechanisms and regulation of mRNA splicing, polyadenylation, turnover, localization and RNA interference. It will include all aspects mRNA transport, processing and control, including microRNA function..

*Computational biology: "From genomes to cells & ecosystems"
Cancun, Mexico
20 Aug 2007 - 26 Aug 2007
This 7-day practical course introduces advanced methods and applications in computational biology ranging from molecules to ecosystems with a particular focus on metagenomics..

*16th International Chromosome Conference,
Amsterdam, Netherlands
25 Aug 2007 - 29 Aug 2007
Conference aims at bringing together the most recent topics on fundamental chromosome research, merging & comparing sophisticated technologies & results from all major eukaryotic models, such as human, yeast, Drosophila, Arabidopsis, Caenorhabditis etc..

*EMBO Practical Course on Genome-wide SNP Association Studies
Helsinki, Finland
27 Aug 2007 - 31 Aug 2007
Practical course topics: High throughput SNP genotyping techniques; Structural variation in the human genome; Design of genome-wide association studies etc..

*CANCER MODELS & MECHANISMS 2007
Les Diablerets, Switzerland
26 Aug 2007 - 31 Aug 2007
This meeting will focus on news insights into cancer-relevant molecular pathways, with a particular emphasis on insights derived from, or validated in, model organisms..

* "DNA MicroArray "
M.S. University,TamilNadu, India
11 Aug 2007 - 16 Aug 2007
The aim of this workshop is to give the participants a practical introduction into the analysis of gene expression using microarrays..

*3rd International Conference of Quantitative Genetics
Hangzhou, China
19 Aug 2007 - 24 Aug 2007
A comprehensive survey of the current status of quantitative genetics. New technologies in areas ranging from genomics and molecular genetics to statistics are providing both opportunities and challenges for our understanding ........

*CHROMOSOME DYNAMICS
Biddeford, ME, United States
12 Aug 2007 - 17 Aug 2007
As the scientific understanding of larger bacterial chromosomes and eukaryotic chromosomes blossomed, the Bacterial Plasmid GRC expanded its focus to bring new topics into the program..

*ARCHAEA: ECOLOGY, METABOLISM & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
Andover, NH, United States
19 Aug 2007 - 24 Aug 2007
Expands on a number of emerging topics highlighting the evolution and composition of microbial communities and novel archaeal species, their impact on the environment, archaeal metabolism, and research that stems from sequence analysis of archaeal genomes.

*Drosophila genetics and genomics
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
5 Aug 2007 - 20 Aug 2007
This will be an advanced course on the genetics and genomics of Drosophila. The intended audience is postdoctoral and graduate students now working in a fly lab, or students who have recently completed a PhD in another field.

*Molecular Mycology: Current Approaches to Fungal Pathogenesis
Woods Hole, MA, United States
7 Aug 2007 - 23 Aug 2007
This course provides state-of-the-art training in molecular methods for studying fungal pathogens important in human disease. The course is designed for advanced graduate students, postdocs, and independent investigators. Limited to 18 students..

*BARRIER FUNCTION OF MAMMALIAN SKIN
Newport, RI, United States
5 Aug 2007 - 10 Aug 2007
The Conference will seek to have an optimal mix of attendees from academics, industry and government, in seniority and in country..

* Molecular Biology of Aging
Woods Hole, MA, United States
29 Jul 2007 - 18 Jul 2007
A three-week lecture and laboratory course featuring the newest and most exciting ideas in aging research, with emphasis on molecular approaches..

*15th Annual International Conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology (ISMB) & 6th ECCB
Vienna, Austria
21 Jul 2007 - 25 Jul 2007
For ISMB/ECCB 2007 we will encourage increased participation of experimental biology, as well as from industry. This guiding goal will impact the organization of the meeting in many ways including a Special Session Track for related disciplines.

*Senescence, Aging and Cancer
Ames, Iowa, United States
26 Jul 2007 - 29 Jul 2007
16th Annual Growth Factor and Signal Transduction Symposium.

* Workshop on Molecular Evolution
Woods Hole, MA, United States
22 Jul 2007 - 3 Aug 2007
The workshop consists of a series of lectures, demonstrations & computer laboratories that cover various aspects of molecular evolution. Scientists with a strong interest in molecular evolution, systematics & population genetics are encouraged to apply.

* Molecular Biology of Hearing and Deafness
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
11 Jul 2007 - 15 Jul 2007
This meeting aims to present and discuss the latest findings relating to the molecular basis of hearing and deafness..

*6th European Biophysics Congress
London, United Kingdom
14 Jul 2007 - 18 Jul 2007
The Congress will take place at Imperial College London, from 14th to 18th July 2007..

*23rd International Conference on Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology
Melbourne, Australia
1 Jul 2007 - 6 Jul 2007
The Australian Yeast Group have been meeting formally since the year 2000, but we actually have a much longer history of yeast research in Australia and are enthusiastic to host the world’s foremost yeast meeting..

*Algebraic Biology, AB'07
Castle of Hagenberg, Austria
2 Jul 2007 - 4 Jul 2007
An international forum to promote discussion and interaction between researchers who intend to apply symbolic computation -- computer algebra and computational logic -- to various issues in biology..

*XXIII International Conference on Yeast Genetics & Molecular Biology
Melbourne, Australia
9 Jul 2007 - 14 Jul 2007
The Australian Yeast Group is host for the 2007 ICYGMB which is the most important meeting in yeast research which attracts 1,000 delegates presenting 600 lectures and posters..

*Affinity 2007 Conference
New York City , NY, United States
8 Jul 2007 - 12 Jul 2007
th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for Molecular Recognition.

*Summer Schools in Applied Molecular Microbiology
Split, Croatia
23 Jun 2007 - 1 Jul 2007
This is the first lecture course in this new series, entitled "Microbial Genomics and Secondary Metabolites” to be held at the Mediterranean Institute for Life Sciences (MedILS).

*Mechanisms & Regulation of Prokaryotic Transcription
Saxtons River, Vermont, United States
23 Jun 2007 - 28 Jun 2007
Emphasis will be on cutting edge research, with prominent scientists in each field making presentations to attendees who themselves are heavily engaged in research or in ancillary fields.

*Beyond Genome 2007
San Francisco, CA, United States
20 Jun 2007 - 22 Jun 2007
"Top 10 Challenges in the Post-Genome Era".

*EMBO Workshop: "DNA Supercoiling and Topoisomerases "
Fréjus, France
17 Jun 2007 - 22 Jun 2007
The workshop is intended to unite experts from single-molecule biophysics, biochemistry, chemistry, structural biology, genetics, and clinical science..

*8th Course: Biophysics and the Challenges of Emerging Threats
Erice, Sicily, Italy
19 Jun 2007 - 30 Jun 2007
INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF BIOLOGICAL MAGNETIC RESONANCE.

*20th Meeting of the European Society for Animal Cell Technology (ESACT)
Dresden, Germany
17 Jun 2007 - 20 Jun 2007
The Society promotes the communication of cutting edge developments in the biological sciences with current and future implications to animal cell technology and actively encourages the interaction among academic institutions, regulatory agencies etc..

*50th Annual Conference of The Genetics Society of Canada
Montreal, Canada
18 Jun 2007 - 22 Jun 2007
This meeting will be held jointly with the Canadian Drosophila Research Conference..

*DNA Computing
Memphis, Tennessee, United States
4 Jun 2007 - 8 Jun 2007
The 13th International Meeting on DNA Computing will focus on the most recent and promising experimental and theoretical results with the greatest impact, under the auspices of the International Society for Nanoscale Science, Computation & Engineering.....

* RNAi
Helsinki, Finland
6 Jun 2007 - 12 Jun 2007
EMBO Lecture Courses 2007 Contact: jussi.taipale@helsinki.fi.

*MicroRNA and Cancer
Keystone, CO, United States
8 Jun 2007 - 12 Jun 2007
This meeting will highlight emerging roles of microRNAs in tumorigenesis and place these in the context of microRNAs biochemistry and biology..

*72nd CSHL SYMPOSIUM: CLOCKS & RHYTHMS
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
30 May 2007 - 4 Jun 2007
The Symposium will include 12/13 oral sessions and 2/3 poster sessions covering molecular strategies aimed at understanding the structure and function of biological clocks and rhythms..

* "Plant DNA Repair and Recombination "
Presqu'île de Giens, France
31 May 2007 - 3 Jun 2007
This workshop will bring together the international community of scientists working on Genome Structure and Maintenance in plants.

*X IUBMB Conference & XXXVI Annual Meeting of the Brazilian Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (SBBq)
Salvador, Bahia, Brazil
21 May 2007 - 25 May 2007
"Infectious Diseases: Biochemistry of Parasites, Vectors and Hosts".

*SEQNSYNTECH Advances in Nucleic Acid Synthesis & Sequencing
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
15 May 2007 - 15 May 2007
SEQNSYNTECH forms part of several co-located meetings centered on genomics and drug research..

*Humanising Model Organisms to Understand Pathogenesis of Human Disease
Hinxton, United Kingdom
1 May 2007 - 4 May 2007
It is the aim of this conference to report and discuss some of the outstanding advances that have recently been made in modelling human disease and foreign compound metabolism and how these models can be applied to disease prevention & drug development.

*Molecular Basis of bacterial infection: basic and applied research approaches 2007
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
8 May 2007 - 14 May 2007
This will be a themed course that will introduce the participants to concepts and techniques currently exploited in studies on the molecular basis of bacterial infection..

*EMBO Conference on Chromatin and Epigenetics
Heidelberg, Germany
3 May 2007 - 6 May 2007
Chromatin mechanism in epigenetic marking; Non-coding RNA and gene silencing; Parental imprinting, dosage compensation and monoallelic expression.

*TELOMERES & TELOMERASE
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
2 May 2007 - 6 May 2007
We are pleased to offer the fifth Cold Spring Harbor meeting on Telomeres & Telomerase to bring together a diverse group of scientists studying various molecular, cellular and genetic aspects of telomeres and telomerase biology..

*Chemogenomics
Columbus, OH, United States
8 May 2007 - 10 May 2007
In this workshop, we will survey advances in experimental techniques for high throughput profiling, statistical design and assessment for association, and chemoinformatic techniques for large-scale datamining of compound-gene associations..

* High throughput microscopy for systems biology
Heidelberg, Germany
30 Apr 2007 - 5 May 2007
EMBO Lecture Courses 2007 EMBO Lecture Courses 2007 Contact: jan.ellenberg@embl.de.

*Molecular Diagnostics World Congress
Philadelphia, United States
26 Apr 2007 - 27 Apr 2007
Agenda topics will include : Point-of-Care Diagnostics; Cancer Markers and Diagnostics;Emerging Technologies for Molecular Diagnostics.

* Mass spectrometry and proteomics
Odense, Denmark
22 Apr 2007 - 27 Apr 2007
EMBO Lecture Courses 2007 Contact: jenseno@bmb.sdu.dk .

*RNAi World Congress
Philadelphia, PA, United States
24 Apr 2007 - 25 Apr 2007
Following three successful annual meetings in Europe we welcome you to the inaugural RNAi World Congress..

*International Conference on Cellular Responses to DNA Damage
Hsin-Chu, Taiwan
26 Apr 2007 - 28 Apr 2007
New advents in the research field of the cellular responses to DNA damage are the theme of the conference. As new discovery is often led by a new tool of exploration, thus, we also include a workshop to introduce the recently-developed methods.

*RECOMB 2007 11th Annual International Conference on Research in Computational Molecular Biology
San Fransisco bay area, United States
21 Apr 2007 - 25 Apr 2007
The RECOMB Conference Series was founded in 1997 to provide a scientific forum for theoretical advances in computational biology and their applications in molecular biology and medicine..

*Molecular Genetics for Cytogeneticists
Manchester, United Kingdom
25 Apr 2007 - 26 Apr 2007
This two day course is designed for clinical cytogeneticists who want hands-on experience in molecular bioogy techniques used in NHS genetics laboratories. The course is run by Nowgen in partnership with the Centre for Integrated Genomic Medical Research.

*Industry and Health Authority Conference on: Oligonucleotide-based Therapeutics
Bethesda, MD, United States
19 Apr 2007 - 20 Apr 2007
This conference will establish dialogue and discussion among Industry and Health Authorities to inform, teach, and share product development and regulatory information in the areas of nonclinical, chemistry, manufacturing and control (CMC) etc..

*SBS 13th Annual Conference & Exhibition
Montreal, Canada
15 Apr 2007 - 19 Apr 2007
The 2007 scientific program encompasses many of the core themes from the most popular sessions from the previous SBS conferences, including target biology and screening strategies, as well as presentations on new instrumentation and technologies..

*Autophagy in Health and Disease
Monterey, CA, United States
15 Apr 2007 - 20 Apr 2007
In recent years, there has been an explosion of knowledge about the molecular mechanisms of autophagy and its roles in organelle turnover, cell death regulation, cancer cell biology, innate immunity, aging, and neurodegenerative disorders..

*Epigenetics: Regulation of Chromatin Structure in Development and Disease
Breckenridge, Colorado, United States
11 Apr 2007 - 16 Apr 2007
This Keystone Symposium on ‘Chromatin Structure in Development and Disease’ will bring together diverse fields, from basic studies in model organisms to medical research to biotechnology..

* High-throughput sequencing applied to marine organisms, a European perspective
Roscoff, France
15 Apr 2007 - 17 Apr 2007
The application of genomic approaches to marine organisms is currently providing important insights into many key areas of research. These include traditional areas of marine biology, such as understanding planktonic ecosystems etc..

*MedChem India 2007
Hyderabad, India
12 Apr 2007 - 13 Apr 2007
Welcome to the inaugural MedChem India conference and exhibition, inspired by the successful MedChem Europe event, which is now in its third year..

*MicroRNA in Development and Cancer (partially supported by the College of Medicine)
Columbus, OH, United States
12 Apr 2007 - 13 Apr 2007
One of the goals of this workshop is to bring interested statisticians to interact with biologists, the majority of the invited speakers, to tackle such, and many other problems in microRNA research.

*Training Workshop: Molecular characterization of inbred lines and populations in maize
New Delhi, India
1 Apr 2007 - 3 Apr 2007
http://wThe goal of this workshop is to provide background and training in the use of SSR markers for characterizing crop germplasm, with particular emphasis on heterogeneous populations, particularly maize..

*NACON VII Recognition Studies in Nucleic Acids
Sheffield, United Kingdom
1 Apr 2007 - 5 Apr 2007
The prime objective of this Meeting is to maintain prominence for a subject whose importance has grown markedly in the last ten years in many international centres. Its significance for the Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Industries.

*The Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities 2007
Tampa, Florida, United States
31 Mar 2007 - 3 Apr 2007
Creating the Biological Roadmap.

*First International Symposium on Thymosins in Health and Disease
Washington, DC, United States
21 Mar 2007 - 24 Mar 2007
This meeting will bring together many of the leading researchers in the US, Europe, and Asia, to report on advances that have been made in the chemistry, biology, and clinical application of thymosins in health and disease..

* microRNA In Human Disease and Development
Boston, MA, United States
29 Mar 2007 - 30 Mar 2007
microRNA as Diagnostic Biomarkers and as Targets for Therapeutic Development; Role of microRNA in Cancer, HIV, and Behavior.

*“Biotechnology, Breeding, and Seed Systems for African Crops”.
Maputo, Mozambique
26 Mar 2007 - 29 Mar 2007
The primary purpose of this gathering is to give plant breeders, molecular biologists, and seed specialists linked to The Rockefeller Foundation's Program on African Crops an opportunity to report on progress made since the last meeting in Nairobi, Kenya.

*Molecular and Cellular Determinants of HIV Pathogenesis (X8)
Whistler, BC, Cameroon
25 Mar 2007 - 30 Mar 2007
Recent research has highlighted the dynamic nature of the ongoing conflict between HIV and its infected host; if left untreated, this is a battle that is almost always won by the virus..

*Genes, Clones & Patents
Oxford, United Kingdom
21 Mar 2007 - 23 Mar 2007
This course is an introduction to modern developments in molecular biology and genetic engineering and a discussion of recent developments in the law of patents..

* Nuclear Receptor Pathways to Metabolic Regulation
Steamboat Springs, CO, United States
27 Mar 2007 - 1 Apr 2007
The goal of this meeting is to bring together investigators working on different nuclear receptors, and the regulation of different metabolic pathways, to present the latest and most exciting paradigmatic and technical breakthroughs..

*2nd International Conference on Plant Molecular Breeding (ICPMB)
Sanya, Hainan, China
23 Mar 2007 - 27 Mar 2007
his event will focus on Applied plant genomics and molecular plant breeding in view of the increasing need to use new molecular approaches and mine novel gene resources..

*How drugs work - An Introduction to Molecular Pharmacology
Oxford, United Kingdom
22 Mar 2007 - 23 Mar 2007
In this two-day course we shall discuss the principles of drug action at the molecular level. The primary emphases of the course are the interactions of drugs with their target receptors, the molecular consequences of these events leading to modification.

* Mouse Models at the Frontiers of Cancer Discovery (X4)
Whistler, BC, Canada
18 Mar 2007 - 23 Mar 2007
The application of genomics technologies has begun to show promise in informing the human disease. Nevertheless, the use of such models in translational research is in its infancy. This meeting will highlight advances in the understanding of mechanisms.

*MarBEF training course GENETIC FINGERPRINTS IN BIODIVERSITY RESEARCH
Bremen, Germany
5 Mar 2007 - 9 Mar 2007
The training course discusses the different diversity fingerprinting techniques with actual research examples. A hands-on part demonstrate the basic molecular techniques (DNA isolation, PCR, agarose electrophoresis) and T-RFLP etc..

*51st Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society
Baltimore, MD, United States
3 Mar 2007 - 7 Mar 2007
Symposia include: Calcium-Activated Switches; Biophysics and the Molecular Origins of Life; Protein Biophysics in Living Cells; Membrane Transporters.

* A joint EMBL-GE Healthcare practical course on expression profiling with the CodeLink™ system and data analysis
Heidelberg, Germany
5 Mar 2007 - 9 Mar 2007
The course will highlight the robust use of the CodeLinkTM system, which enables accurate and highly sensitive determination of gene expression changes, applying a high density oligonucleotide-based microarray platform..

*EMBO Workshop: Viral RNA: Structure, Function and Targeting
Heidelberg, Germany
5 Mar 2007 - 7 Mar 2007
The aim of this interdisciplinary workshop is to review current state-of-the-art of research on viral RNAs, ranging from structure elucidation to targeting of RNAs for the development of new inhibitors of viral infections..

*I Simpósio Nacional de Genética Molecular de Plantas
Natal (RN), Brazil
3 Mar 2007 - 6 Mar 2007
SBGMP 2007 abordará temas relacionados ao desenvolvimento de plantas com ênfase nas áreas de genética, biologia molecular, bioquímica e fisiologia.

* Identification and characterization of protein complexes using the TAP method
Heidelberg, Germany
1 Mar 2007 - 31 May 2007
EMBO Lecture Courses 2007 Contact:Bertrand.Seraphin@cgm.cnrs-gif.f .

*Molecular approaches to study trophic interactions: Current progress and future directions
Innsbruck, Austria
1 Mar 2007 - 3 Mar 2007
Molecular techniques provide exciting new approaches to the study of trophic interactions in aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems, allowing us to address previously intractable questions in trophic ecology..

*Screening Europe 2007
Barcelona, Spain
20 Feb 2007 - 21 Feb 2007
Agenda Topics: ADME-Tox, Cell-Based Assays, High Content Screening, High Throughput Screening, Library Management.

*Marine Genomics Exploratory Workshop: Transcriptomics Approaches for the Analysis of Marine Systems
Heidelberg, Germany
23 Feb 2007 - 25 Feb 2007
Transcriptomic approaches are becoming increasingly important tools in biological research of marine systems, and sequences and expression data have been generated across all nodes of the MGE network..

*3rd Annual Pathway Analysis
San Francisco, CA, United States
28 Feb 2007 - 2 Mar 2007
"Road Maps Through the Genome. 3rd Annual Pathway Analysis will discuss topics like: microRNA Expression Analysis: From Technology to Cancer Profiling; An Integrated Solution for Robust, High Sensitivity miRNA Expression Analysis Using Real Time qRT PCR.

* High-resolution Molecular Cytogenetics
Hinxton, United Kingdom
25 Feb 2007 - 2 Mar 2007
From DNA microarrays to sequence analysis of chromosome rearrangements.

*MedChem Europe 2007
Barcelona, Spain
20 Feb 2007 - 21 Feb 2007
Agenda Topics will include: Protein Kinases, GPCRs, Cheminformatics, Chemical Genomics, Natural products.

*3rd BIOXHIT Annual Meeting
Didcot, United Kingdom
20 Feb 2007 - 21 Feb 2007
The topics covered are crystallisation technology, synchrotron beamlines, beamline endstations and data collection, data processing and structure determination, databases and networking, training, implementation and dissemination..

*"The role of structures in biology – past, present and future"
Didcot, United Kingdom
19 Feb 2007 - 19 Feb 2007
International experts in the field of the use of synchrotron radiation in biological research will present their point of view as well as representatives from major funding agencies and industry representatives..

*Joint Congress of the Spanish Proteomics Scoiety & the European Proteomics Association
Valencia, Spain
10 Feb 2007 - 14 Feb 2007
The focus of this meeting will be PROTEOMICS & PATHOLOGY: linking both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. The aim is to provide the appropriate atmosphere for scientists from European and Latinamerican countries..

*MAMMALIAN DNA REPAIR
Ventura, CA, United States
4 Feb 2007 - 9 Feb 2007
Mammalian DNA Repair GRC does not attempt to be comprehensive in its coverage of the multiplicity of DNA repair processes and their biological importance but rather highlights recent major advances in selected key areas..

*Host Cell Interaction and Response to the Cancer Cell
Keystone, CO, United States
21 Jan 2007 - 26 Jan 2007
The goal of this meeting will be to bring together experts in areas such as tumor immunology, angiogenesis and tumor cell biology to begin to define the host cellular response to the tumor and to identify new molecular pathways.

*Advances in Protein Crystallography
San Fransisco, United States
24 Jan 2007 - 25 Jan 2007
The 4th annual Advances in Protein Crystallography conference.

*RNAi for Target Validation and as a Therapeutic
Keystone, CO, United States
28 Jan 2007 - 2 Feb 2007
RNA Interference (RNAi) remains a promising new approach for gene silencing both in the context of post-genomic research on target validation and for potential therapeutic applications.

*MicroRNAs and siRNAs: Biological Functions and Mechanisms
Keystone, Colorado, United States
28 Jan 2007 - 2 Feb 2007
The aim of this meeting is to report on recent advances in understanding both the molecular mechanisms of siRNA- and miRNA-directed silencing and the biological functions of these mechanisms..

*4th annual Advances in Protein Crystallography conference
San Francisco, CA, United States
24 Jan 2007 - 25 Jan 2007
Agenda includes: A Plug-Based Microfluidic System for the Crystallization of Proteins; Crystallization by Rational Protein Surface Engineering; An Automated Microseed Matrix Screening Method for Protein Crystallization etc..

*High-Content Analysis 2007
San Fransisco, United States
23 Jan 2007 - 26 Jan 2007
Topics Include: Compound Screening; In Vitro Toxicology; Pathway Analysis; Neuronal Screening; Assays and Reagents ; Data Analysis.

*The Miami Winter Symposium “Innate Immunity and Novel Vaccines”
Miami Beach, Florida, United States
27 Jan 2007 - 31 Jan 2007
Sessions include: INNATE IMMUNITY AND INFECTIOUS DISEASE; IMMUNE EVASION;IMMUNE EVASION; IMMUNE EVASION.

*'Gene Silencing: The Biology of Small RNAs and the Epigenome'
Riverside, CA, United States
18 Jan 2007 - 20 Jan 2007
Sessions include: Small RNA Biogenesis & Action Mechanisms; Small RNA Function & Development etc..

*Pathogens and diseases meet the immune system
Marseille, France
11 Jan 2007 - 13 Jan 2007
The objective of this workshop is to provide an integrated view of the many faces of the host-pathogen cross-talk, by bringing together international experts addressing topics such as cell biology, virology, control of infectious diseases etc..

*CHI's 6th Annual PepTalk
Coronado, CA, United States
8 Jan 2007 - 12 Jan 2007
Featuring: PROTEIN EXPRESSION; PROSPECTING THE PLASMA PROTEOME; optimizing protein & antibody therapeutics etc..

*Chromatin Structure & Function 2006
Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
5 Dec 2006 - 8 Dec 2006
Topics covered: Chromatin modifying enzymes, Chromatin remodelling, Histone variants, Heterochromatin, X-inactivation, DNA methylation, RNA connections.

*Inorganic Chemistry - Metal-Nucleic Acid Interactions
Athens, Greece
12 Nov 2006 - 17 Nov 2006
The Conference will deal with several aspects of the interaction of Metal ions and Nucleic acids and their relevance for the treatment and diagnosis of diseases..

*Translational Control and Non-Coding RNA Meeting
Nove Hrady, Czech Republic
8 Nov 2006 - 12 Nov 2006
Topics: General translation initiation, Differential regulation of translation initiation, Translation initiation and stress, Translation initiation - control by non-coding RNA, Cap-independent translation initiation, Translational control in development..

*International Structural Genomics Organization (ISGO)
Beijing, China
22 Oct 2006 - 26 Oct 2006
The two major themes of ICSG 2006 will be: large-scale Structural Genomics to create new innovations and technologies; and application of new technologies for conventional structural biologists..

*Protein kinase inhibitors
Paris, France
12 Oct 2006 - 13 Oct 2006
A series of talks by internationally renowned experts from both academia & industry will review the following topics: current concepts on the human kinome & other modular interaction domains involved in protein kinase signalling, recent advances etc..

*3rd International Symposium on Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Havana, Cuba
16 Oct 2006 - 20 Oct 2006
Like in previous occasions, these events will represent a special opportunity to divulge and exchange the most recent scientific research and teaching advances in all fields of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in a friendly atmosphere.

*AARS2006
San Diego, CA, United States
1 Oct 2006 - 6 Oct 2006
International Conference on Aminoacyl-tRNA Sythetases: From the Genetic Code to Human Disease & Medicine.

*Interface of Cell Biology & Cellular Microbiology
Sant Feliu de Guixols, Spain
23 Sep 2006 - 28 Sep 2006
Macromolecular Complexes in Microbial Pathogenesis, Membrane Trafficking and Cell Signalling.

*Integrative Approaches to Brain Complexity
Hinxton, United Kingdom
28 Sep 2006 - 1 Oct 2006
Understanding the structural and functional complexity of the vertebrate nervous system is the theme of this meeting. Advances in genomics and proteomics are defining the molecular building blocks that underpin the structural complexity of the brain.

* Horizons in Molecular Biology
Goettingen, Germany
14 Sep 2006 - 16 Sep 2006
3rd International PhD Student Symposium a forum for young scientists from all over the world to discuss their research and form networks..

*Molecular Mechanisms In Lymphatic Function & Disease
Les Diablerets, Switzerland
3 Sep 2006 - 8 Sep 2006
This conference is devoted to an in-depth exploration and discussion of lymphatic vascular research and biology, with special emphasis upon lymphatic development, involvement in human diseases such as lymphatic malformations and lymphedema with adipogenes.

*TRANSLATIONAL CONTROL
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
6 Sep 2006 - 10 Sep 2006
Sessions include; Initiation Factors & Mechanism; Regulatory Elements in mRNA (inc. IRESs); Viral Strategies; Ribosome Structure & Function.

*7th Balkan Meeting of Human Genetics
Skopje, Macedonia
31 Aug 2006 - 2 Sep 2006
Last advances in the fild of molecular biology, cytogenetic, clinical genetic, cancer genetics, monogenic and complex diseases, prenatal diagnosis, proteomics, and population genetics in Balkan Countries.

*8th International Congress on Plant Molecular Biology
Adelaide, Australia
20 Aug 2006 - 25 Aug 2006
The theme of the conference highlights the desire of the committee to bring together experts from a variety of fields to further knowledge and research in plant molecular biology..

*Molecular Genetics of Bacteria & Phages
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
22 Aug 2006 - 27 Aug 2006
The specific goal of this meeting is to bring together a group of scientists studying diverse aspects of prokaryotic biology using the tools of molecular biology, genetics, biochemistry, and structure analysis..

*INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY for PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 2006 Congress
Adelaide, Australia
20 Aug 2006 - 25 Jul 2006
INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY for PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 2006 Congress.

*Indaba 5
Berg-en-Dal, Kruger Park, South Africa
20 Aug 2006 - 25 Aug 2006
"Models, Mysteries and Magic of Molecules" The symposium will be directed at all molecular scientists from chemistry, biology, physics, materials science and related fields such as crystallography, spectroscopy, catalysis and others..

*The Biology Of Post-Transcriptional Gene Regulation
Oxford, United Kingdom
13 Aug 2006 - 18 Aug 2006
Topics include: System biology approaches to RNA processing; Pre-mRNA Splicing: splicing factors, mechanisms & human diseases; Pre-mRNA splicing & Cancer etc..

*6th Australasian Workshop on Mutation Detection
Couran Cove, Australia
2 Aug 2006 - 5 Aug 2006
Methods, Cancer Gene Analysis & Diagnostic Applications.

*Lung Surfactant: Cellular and Molecular Biology
Snowmass Village, CO, United States
5 Aug 2006 - 10 Aug 2006
2006 FASEB Summer Research Conferences.

*Santa Cruz Conference on Developmental Biology
Santa Cruz, United States
3 Aug 2006 - 7 Aug 2006
The planned program will be a superb course in advanced developmental biology, and help those working with each particular organism to keep abreast of exciting new developments in the study of other organisms..

*14th Annual Conference ISMB 2006
Fortaleza, Brazil
6 Aug 2006 - 10 Aug 2006
ISMB will provide a forum for disseminating the latest developments in bioinformatics. This multidisciplinary conference brings together scientists from molecular biology, medicine, computer science, mathematics and statistics..

* Working with the HapMap
Hinxton, United Kingdom
31 Jul 2006 - 2 Aug 2006
This three-day residential course will provide a comprehensive overview of the International Hap\Map Project, and will include practical experience of working with the HapMap data to map phenotypic traits to locations in the human genome..

*The Biochemical Society's BioScience 2006
Glasgow, United Kingdom
23 Jul 2006 - 27 Jul 2006
Topics include: Molecular basis of transcription. Nuclear receptors - structure, mechanisms and therapeutic targets.Control of immune responses..

*Glia in Health & Disease
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
20 Jul 2006 - 24 Jul 2006
The proposed meeting will assemble the leaders in the field, together with junior faculty, postdoctoral fellows and graduate students, to discuss new, cutting-edge developments in the study of all aspects of glial biology in health and disease..

*Molecular neurology & neuropathology
Hinxton, United Kingdom
20 Jul 2006 - 26 Jul 2006
This is an intensive discussion-based course that offers the unique opportunity to learn the latest concepts and methodologies associated with the study of human neurological disorders such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and epilepsy..

*2006 WSEAS BIO'06
Athens, Greece
14 Jul 2006 - 16 Jul 2006
2006 World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society (WSEAS) International Conference on CELLULAR and MOLECULARBIOLOGY - BIOPHYSICS and BIOENGINEERING (BIO'06).

*16th John Innes Symposium
Norwich, United Kingdom
19 Jul 2006 - 21 Jul 2006
Organisms and the Environment: integrating signals and responses.

*XXth Federation of European Connective Tissue Societies (FECTS) meeting
Oulu, Finland
1 Jul 2006 - 5 Jul 2006
he aim of the meeting is to highlight and discuss the latest developments in the broad field of extracellular matrix biology..

*Gene Transcription in Yeast
Sant Feliu de Guixols, Spain
24 Jun 2006 - 29 Jun 2006
The main goal of this conference will be to discuss and integrate the very latest information from different areas of research that control the same final process – the expression of genes, fundamental to life in all organisms..

*Biomolecules - From Gas Phase Properties to Reactions relevant in Living Cells
Obergurgl, Austria
24 Jun 2006 - 29 Jun 2006
The scope of the conference ranges from the investigation of gas phase molecules (the building blocks of bio-molecules) through the study of molecules under micro-solvation to studies probing larger molecular systems deposited on substrates.

*RNA 2006 Annual Meeting
Seattle, Washington, United States
20 Jun 2006 - 25 Jun 2006
The meeting is open to all whose work touches on the field of RNA research. The RNA Society is a multidisciplinary society, and includes all aspects of molecular, evolutionary and structural biology, biochemistry, chemistry, biomedical sciences, genetics.

*13th Annual Nucleic Acid-Based Technologies
Baltimore, MD, United States
27 Jun 2006 - 28 Jun 2006
New technical developments that improve the performance of nucleic acid amplification and detection, as well as practical examples of how these techniques are used, is the emphasis of Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s Meeting.

*Basement Membranes
Barga, Italy
18 Jun 2006 - 23 Jun 2006
Topics include: Structure/Biophysics of Matrix Proteins and Receptors; Genetics of BM and BM Receptors I; Proteoglycans and Signaling; BM Receptors &Signaling.

*Biopolymers
Newport, RI, United States
11 Jun 2006 - 16 Jun 2006
Topics include:Self-assembly of large cellular complexes;Ligand recognition and protein folding ; Protein amyloids.

*Single Molecule Approaches To Biology
New London, NH, United States
18 Jun 2006 - 23 Jun 2006
This conference seeks to bring together top experts in molecular and cell biology with innovators in the measurement and manipulation of single molecules. The intention is to better promote the use of the single-molecule approach.

*2006 FASEB Summer Research Conferences Nucleic Acid Enzymes
Saxtons River, Vermont, United States
10 Jun 2006 - 15 Jun 2006
Sessions include: The ribosome and peptide synthesis; Nucleases; Nucleic acid processing and modification.

* "Common Molecular Mechanisms of Mammary Gland Development and Breast Cancer Progression"
Dublin, Ireland
6 Jun 2006 - 8 Jun 2006
EMBO Molecular Medicine Conference. Sessions include:Mammary epithelial cells and their environment; “Omics” approaches in breast cancer; Invasion, metastasis and recurrence; Susceptibility genes and biomarkers in breast cancer; Therapeutic implications.

*Symposium on Aging
Boston, MA, United States
5 Jun 2006 - 5 Jun 2006
This event is free and open to the public.

*Signalling to Chromatin - Epigenetics
Hinxton, United Kingdom
5 Jun 2006 - 9 Jun 2006
Sessions will focus on: Signalling to the nucleosome: Histone modifications; Signalling to the nucleosome: Nucleosome remodelling; Signalling to genes; Signalling to chromatin in development; Signalling to chromatin in the immune response.

*71st CSHL SYMPOSIUM: Regulatory RNAs
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
31 May 2006 - 5 Jun 2006
The Symposium will include 12/13 oral sessions and 2/3 poster sessions covering molecular strategies aimed at understanding and controlling the cancerous state..

*RETROVIRUSES
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
23 May 2006 - 28 May 2006
We are looking forward to a broad-based meeting, and abstracts are welcomed on all aspects of retrovirology..

*Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution 2006 Annual Meeting
Tempe, Arizona, United States
24 May 2006 - 28 May 2006
Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution 2006 Annual Meeting.

*III International Symposium on Surveillance and Vector Control
Varadero, Cuba
23 May 2006 - 25 May 2006
In the global context, vector-borne diseases are still a heavy burden for many peoples worldwide; it is necessary, then, to gather knowledge, criteria and wills to carry out a fruitful fight against these health problems and their vectors..

*2nd INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP FOR THE MORPHOLOGICAL & MOLECULAR IDENTIFICATION OF THE STRAMINIPILES: Phytophthora and Pythium
Raleigh, North Carolina, United States
21 May 2006 - 26 May 2006
Oomycetes have many fungus-like characteristics, but lack taxonomic affinity with true fungi. Instead oomycetes are phylogenetically relatives of diatoms and brown algae within the Kingdom Straminipila..

*Penn State Plant Symposium--RNA Biology: Novel Insights from Plant Systems
Penn State University, United States
18 May 2006 - 20 May 2006
The 2006 Symposium will highlight unique progress in RNA biology within the plant sciences, while also providing broader insights into the general field of RNA research from other biological systems and approaches..

* Molecular Basis of infection: basic and applied research approaches
Hinxton, United Kingdom
14 May 2006 - 20 May 2006
This will be a themed course that will introduce the participants to concepts & techniques currently exploited in studies on the molecular basis of infection. Several themes will run throughout the week..

*RNA Biology: Novel Insights from Plant Systems
Penn State University, United States
18 May 2006 - 20 May 2006
16th Penn State Plant Symposium. The 2006 Symposium will highlight unique progress in RNA biology within the plant sciences, while also providing broader insights into the general field of RNA research from other biological systems and approaches..

*B Cells Cross the Divide - From In Silico to the Whole Person
Sant Feliu de Guixols, Spain
13 May 2006 - 18 May 2006
The purpose of this meeting is to discuss B cell physiopathology beyond conventional biological issues.. A wide spectrum of disciplines will thus be covered ranging from immunology, neurosciences, physical and engineering sciences, social sciences.

* Improving Clinical PCR
London, United Kingdom
9 May 2006 - 9 May 2006
Improving Clinical PCR.

*Molecular Chaperones & the Heat Shock Response
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
3 May 2006 - 7 May 2006
This meeting will cover all aspects of the biology of chaperones. Topics include: Chaperone Biochemistry & Protein Folding; Chaperone Function in Disease and Development; Regulation of the Stress Response.

*Regulation of Eukaryotic Transcription: From Chromatin to mRNA
Taos, New Mexico, United States
21 Apr 2006 - 26 Apr 2006
Sessions include: Structure of Transcription Complexes.

*Microarrays in Medicine: Arrays of Possibilities
Boston, MA, United States
26 Apr 2006 - 27 Apr 2006
Presentations inlcude: Probing Genomes, Pathways and Disease using Microarrays; Determining the Molecular Basis of Disease.

*MASAMB-2006 Mathematical and Statistical Aspects of Molecular Biology
Dublin, Ireland
10 Apr 2006 - 11 Apr 2006
With typically around 60-80 participants from mathematics, statistics, computer science, bioinformatics, biology and related fields, the MASAMB meetings provide an intimate setting for exchange of ideas in methodological and applied research..

*Channels, Receptors & Synapses
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
18 Apr 2006 - 22 Apr 2006
he proposed meeting will assemble the leaders in the field, together with junior faculty, postdoctoral fellows and graduate students, to discuss new, cutting-edge developments in the molecular control of neuronal excitability and synapse function..

* MICROARRAYS AND THE TRANSCRIPTOME
Hinxton, United Kingdom
3 Apr 2006 - 11 Apr 2006
The course will provide a comprehensive overview and practical experience of the production and uses of DNA microarrays with respect to gene expression, regulation and gene networks..

*RNAi2006
Oxford, United Kingdom
22 Mar 2006 - 23 Mar 2006
The conference will address all aspects of RNA interference research and will cover advances in understanding the biology of RNA interference in all systems and its applications in gene function analysis, drug target discovery and validation, and therapy..

*Optical Spectroscopy of Biomolecular Dynamics II
Eilat, Israel
19 Mar 2006 - 23 Mar 2006
Optical Spectroscopy of Biomolecular Dynamics II. The second in a series of symposia that aim at bringing together experts from the whole range of techniques of optical spectroscopy ,who are interested in studying the dynamics and function of biomolecules.

*2nd Annual Protein Folding Disorders
Baltimore, MD, United States
9 Mar 2006 - 10 Mar 2006
This highly focused conference will discuss strategies for elucidating protein misfolding mechanisms, methods for improved study of these events and applications to the development of effective drug discovery and development for treatment.

*American Academy of Forensic Scientists 58th Annual Scientific Meeting
Seattle, Washington, United States
20 Feb 2006 - 25 Feb 2006
The Academy's annual scientific meeting is held in February at which time over 500 scientific papers, breakfast seminars, workshops, and other special events are presented..

*THE BIOLOGY OF GENOMES
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
10 Feb 2006 - 14 Feb 2006
The 2006 meeting will address DNA sequence variation and its role in molecular evolution, population genetics and complex diseases, comparative genomics, large-scale studies of gene and protein expression, and genomic approaches to ecological systems..

*Biophysical Society's 50th Annual Meeting
Salt Lake City, United States
18 Feb 2006 - 22 Feb 2006
Symposia include: Bacterial Chemotaxis and Motility;Nucleosome Structure, Dynamics, and Function;Structure by Design: From Single Proteins to Nanostructures.

*"Key Genes in Hormone-Sensitive Human epithelial tumors"
Brussels, Belgium
9 Feb 2006 - 10 Feb 2006
International Meeting in collaboration with the Belgian Science Policy & 192nd meeting of the Belgian Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

*New Directions in Plant Ecological Development
London, United Kingdom
23 Jan 2006 - 24 Jan 2006
The 14th New Phytologist Symposium aims to support and advance this exciting area by bringing together researchers addressing the cellular and molecular mechanisms of environmental response and those working at the level of populations, communities etc..

*Molecular Graphics and Simulation of Biomolecules
Warwick, United Kingdom
9 Dec 2005 - 9 Dec 2005
Molecular Graphics & Simulation of Biomolecules. Aimed primarily at those directly involved in research within academia or pharmaceuticals. Also a suitable grounding in the application of molecular graphics and/or molecular dynamics simulations..

*High Throughput Technologies & Data Analysis
London, United Kingdom
9 Nov 2005 - 9 Nov 2005
High Throughput Technologies & Data Analysis. This will be an exciting meeting which will cover novel genomic technologies and the use of bioinformatics in high throughput data analysis..

*Target Discovery Using Small Molecules::
Boston, MA, United States
21 Oct 2005 - 21 Oct 2005
Target Discovery Using Small Molecules..

*ComBio2005
Adelaide, Australia
25 Sep 2005 - 29 Sep 2005
ComBio2005 will be a fully integrated meeting incorporating the Annual Conferences of the Australian Society for Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, the Australia and New Zealand Society for Cell and Developmental Biology and the Australian Society of Plant.

*Keystone meeting: Tissue-Selective Nuclear Receptors (D4)
Breckenridge, Colorado, United States
18 Sep 2005 - 22 Sep 2005
Keystone meeting: Tissue-Selective Nuclear Receptors (D4).

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