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Events, July 7, 2013 - July 11, 2013


The Congress Theme is “Mechanisms in Biology” and we are seeking to build a powerful and diverse program to support this key theme. Symposia presently under consideration include: Immunology, RNA, Carbohydrate Biochemistry, Stem Cell Biology, Mechanisms of Proteolysis, Bacteriology, Bioinformatics, & Techniques of Biochemistry. A total of 37 symposia will be included in the program. We are expecting to have a strong cohort of keynote and symposium speakers from Europe, USA, Japan and other countries.
We are pleased to announce now that eleven Nobel Laureates: Sidney Altman, Aaron Ciechanover, Jules Hoffmann, Robert Huber, Roger Kornberg, Jean-Marie Lehn, Richard Roberts, Jack Szostak, Susumu Tonegawa, Kurt Wuthrich, and Ada Yonath will deliver their plenary lectures at the 38th FEBS Congress in St. Petersburg.
As usual, before the main FEBS Congress the Young Scientists’ Forum will take place. Information about this can be found on this web site. The regular “Science and Society” meeting at FEBS Congresses will this time be devoted to cancer. This theme will be covered also by special scientific symposia “Molecular Biology of Cancer”.
We are delighted to invite a broad scientific community to this meeting to present their results from across the field of molecular life sciences. We are expecting to arrange a peer-reviewed selection of poster applications and invite the best applicants for oral presentation at the symposium sessions. We are also sure that a very good exhibition of scientific and biomedical equipment will be arranged during the Congress.

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