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The 11th International Conference on Systems Biology, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
A catalyst for international collaboration in Systems Biology
The 11th International Conference on Systems Biology continuing it’s annual series of conferences initiated by Hiroaki Kitano in Tokyo in 2000. Recent meetings were held in Yokohama 2006, in Long Beach 2007, Göteborg 2008 and Stanford, California 2009.
Scotland’s scientists have been pioneers, their inventions and innovations transforming people’s lives around the world. Today, Scotland recognises the vital importance of international collaboration in modern science, and it’s scientists are at the heart of many strategic alliances.
Scotland’s medical breakthroughs include the discovery of antibiotics, the production of Dolly the sheep, the discovery of the p53 tumour suppressor gene, Metabolic Control Analysis (a founding discipline for Systems Biology) and the development of magnetic resonance imaging.
Edinburgh has one of the most beautiful cityscapes in the world. With Scotland’s most famous castle dominating the city skyline, there is plenty to see and do with the perfect balance between all things traditional and contemporary.
Discover world-class museums and galleries, take a tour on an open-top bus or even visit the city’s own zoo. From the world famous Festivals to top-class restaurants and bars, not to mention fabulous shopping, you’ll be spoilt for choice
More information at: http://www.icsb2010.org.uk/
Sun, 10/10/2010 (All day) - Fri, 15/10/2010 (All day)
Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.