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会议时间: 2015-12-04 会议举办者: International Postgraduate Network
会议举办地: Bandung, Indonesia 会议主题: 生物科学
会议摘要
All academicians, researchers and postgraduate students are invited to submit paer and join this ICACB 2015 in Bandung

会议时间: 2015-11-06 会议举办者: Student for Nature Organization
会议举办地: Auditorium Maximum, 1 E. de Martonne Str... 会议主题: 生物科学
会议摘要
On behalf of the Student for Nature Organization and the Faculty of Biology and Geology at Babes-Bolyai University. Time: 14:00 - 17:00 Price: EUR10-45

会议时间: 2015-10-23 会议举办者:
会议举办地: Los Angeles, California, United States o... 会议主题: 生物科学
会议摘要
This conference occurs at a critical juncture in sexgender research in neuroscience, anthropology, psychology, and related disciplines. We will consider three sexgender questions: why now what鈥檚 fixedchangingchangeable what鈥檚 at stake

会议时间: 2015-10-19 会议举办者: International Journal of Arts and Sciences
会议举办地: Rome, Italy 会议主题: 生物科学
会议摘要
A four-day multidisciplinary conference in the heart of Rome. We welcome abstracts in various academic disciplines. Registration includes complimentary educational bus tours. A unique research experience in the Eternal City.

会议时间: 2015-09-30 会议举办者: Engineering Conferences International
会议举办地: Albufeira, Portugal 会议主题: 生物科学
会议摘要
With ongoing advances in both software and hardware development, including the huge increase in computers speed and memory, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) are playing an increasing role in simulating complex transport phenomena in medicine

会议时间: 2015-09-09 会议举办者: ECO Institute of Environmental Science and Technology
会议举办地: Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina 会议主题: 生物科学
会议摘要
The main goal of ICOEST is to bring together researchers, scientists and experts in universities, companies, institutions, communities, agencies, associations and societies to provide them a unique platform for sharing worldwide ideas.

会议时间: 2015-08-29 会议举办者:
会议举办地: Leipzig, Germany 会议主题: 生物科学
会议摘要
Experts will present their view on how operating room infrastructures and technologies are expected to advance the surgical field. This event will explore the future of surgery and outline prospective technology roadmaps for operating rooms.

会议时间: 2015-08-12 会议举办者: IBC Life Sciences
会议举办地: Shanghai, China 会议主题: 生物科学
会议摘要
This conference will help you find process development and manufacturing strategies to help you accelerate biologics to market.

会议时间: 2014-12-05 会议举办者: North Maharashtra University
会议举办地: Jalgaon, Maharashtra, India 会议主题: 生物科学
会议摘要
The first Global Biotech Congress was organized in December 2000 in collaboration with Dept. of Microbiology, R. T. M. Nagpur University, Nagpur with sustainable practices in biotechnology as its main theme. The Congress was a great success in that it allowed the participating scientists a direct interface with farmers and other end users of the technologies that they developed in their labs. The effort was widely applauded in India and abroad by the scientific community. About 2000 villagers participated in the Lab-to-Land technical parallel sessions. About 450 delegates and invitees from 68 renowned RD organizations and educational institutions of the world participated in the congress. The technical sessions dealt with 13 status papers on many front-line research areas of biotechnology and 74 research papers through poster session. Several important recommendations emerged out of the deliberations in the Global Conference and panel discussions including open-house sessions. The Second Global Biotech Congress was held during 18 21 December, 2006 in continuance with the prominent and pertinent recommendations that emerged out of the deliberations circulated for consideration and implementation by the developing and developed countries of the world. The congress was a joint endeavor of the Global Biotech Forum and Rajiv Gandhi Biotechnology Center, R. T. M. Nagpur University, Nagpur, India. Role of Sustainable Development, was the main theme of the Congress owing to its significance in face of the threat that human development faces today from the fast deteriorating environment. The Lab-to-Land parallel sessions involved 62 invited speakers including Chairmen, Coordinators and more than fifty thousand farmers. The technical sessions of the Congress dealt with 15 status papers on frontline areas of Biotechnology from the esteemed scientists representing countries like USA, Australia, Romania, Belgium, Mexico Czech Republic etc. More than five thousand...

会议时间: 2014-11-20 会议举办者:
会议举办地: Heidelberg, Germany 会议主题: 自然科学, 生物科学, 化学科学工业
会议摘要
Summary Conversion and processing of small molecules by cellular metabolic networks provides the cell with the necessary nutrients, biomass precursors and energy resources. Metabolism has therefore traditionally been seen as a downstream effector layer in the regulatory architecture of the cell. Recent work, however, revealed that metabolism commands cellular and organismal physiology and is closely intertwined with multiple signaling pathways. Studies on the mechanisms of metabolic sensing, characterization of the system-level impact of metabolism on regulatory networks and discovery of new metabolic coordination mechanisms have provided unforeseen insights into the crosstalk between metabolism and cellular homeostasis, which show a remarkable evolutionary conservation. This very active field of investigation is interdisciplinary in nature and requires a variety of approaches, from investigations at the molecular and cellular levels to system-wide genetic and integrative approaches in multiple species. This Symposium will therefore bring together leading researchers from a variety of disciplines and disease areas to stimulate cross-fertilizing discussions and exchanges. Aims The purpose of this symposium is to offer an integrated view of metabolism and highlight the emerging concept that metabolism exerts an important homeostatic role on multiple pathways involved in human disease, including tumor cell growth, inflammation, neuronal functions and epigenetic reprogramming.

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