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  Chemical Biophysics Symposium  
  March 04, 2002

Physiology / Biophysics

 
     
  University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
April 12-14, 2002


We are pleased to announce that the first annual Chemical Biophysics Symposium will be held in Toronto, Canada on April 12-14, 2002. The intent of this new symposium is to bring together a diverse set of researchers from the various branches of physical science to stimulate the exchange of ideas in an informal environment.

The meeting will be held on the campus of the University of Toronto, with inexpensive rooms available in nearby hotels at special rates. Toronto is an exciting, diverse city with many attractions, ranging from excellent museums to fine dining. Since Toronto is the largest urban centre in Canada, travel to and from the city is easy and relatively inexpensive. The costs of the meeting are minimal (Students/Post-docs: $70-$80 (credit card) and all others $130-$140 in
Canadian dollars), which covers registration and several meals (see the web page for more details).
 
 
Organized by: Cynthia Goh, Dwayne Miller, Jeremy Schofield, Andrew Woolley
Invited Speakers: X. Sunney Xie
Jacob N. Israelachvili
Fred Sachs
R. Dean Astumian Nils O. Petersen
Rebecca Williams
Gilbert C. Walker
 
Deadline for Abstracts: March 9, 2002
 
Registration: The costs of the meeting are minimal (Students/Post-docs: $70-$80 (credit card) and all others $130-$140 in Canadian dollars), which covers registration and several meals (see the web page for more details).
E-mail: biophys@chem.utoronto.ca
 
  Posted by:   Jeremy Schofield+  
Host: zigoto.chem.utoronto.ca
   
 
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