Seminar Biokimia 2008 di Bandung

Held at Institut Teknologi Bandung
Aula Barat and Chemistry Building
Jl. Ganesha no 10
Bandung, Jawa Barat, Indonesia
40132
June 24 – 27, 2008
The Gruber-Soedigdo Lecture (GSL) is created to recognize and honor Prof. Max Gruber (University of Groningen) and Prof. Soedigdo (Institut Teknologi Bandung), as founders of Biochemistry division at Institut Teknologi Bandung. The second GSL is going to be held this year, after the great success of the first GSL June 2006. The first GSL was focused on carbohydrate and carbohydrate acting enzyme, while the second will be directed toward understanding of protein folding and dynamics, its importance in protein function, as well as their implication on human disease.

Important dates
2 May 2008: Announcement
5 June 2008: Deadline for Abstract submission
6 June 2008: Notification of acceptance
13 June 2008: Deadline for full paper submission
20 June 2008: Deadline registration via internet

Overview
Conference Program
Call for Papers
Abstract and Paper Submission
Presenters, Abstracts, and Papers
Registration, Accommodation, and Travel
Conference Organizers and Key Partners
Conference Schedule
Related Links

This conference has been generously sponsored by Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Science and University of Groningen. (dikutip dari milis Farmasiana)
Open Access Research
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One Response to “Seminar Biokimia 2008 di Bandung”

  1. Areep Says:

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