Ellections for the Governing Bodies of the Portuguese Biochemical Society
SPB will held ellections in Hotel Vila Galé, Coimbra, on the 19th of December at 18 h 30 min during the SPB General Assembly. The list with the candidates can be seen here. Votes may be sent by mail according to these instructions using this ballot.
FEBS Courses and other applications applications
FEBS has announced several advanced courses for 2014. Please see the full list for further details. Moreover, Youth Travel Fund is available to support attendance to these courses. For more details go here.
There are also grants to participate in the FEBS 2015 - FEBS Young Scientists' Forum. For more details go here.
XVIII Congress of the Portuguese Biochemical Society
SPB has announced that it will hold the meeting XVIII Congress of the Portuguese Biochemical Society, which will be held at the Hotel Vila Galé in the beautiful city of Coimbra from December 17-20, 2014. The SPB Meetings have been a forum for discussion and interaction of Portuguese and foreign scientists and students in the field of biomedicine and biomolecular sciences during the last decades. For the 2014 edition, highly-recognized international scientists to present keynote and plenary lectures are invited. For further information please see the congress site.
Late registrations are still accepted. See poster here.
Registration at a discount rate available for students with the best phrases about the XVIII Congress of the Portuguese Biochemical Society. See poster here.
FEBS 40th Conference
FEBS has announced that it will hold the meeting FEBS 40th Conference, that will take place in Berlin from 4–9 July 2015. For further information please see the congress site.
Comemorating 50 years of FEBS
As part of the 50th anniversary celebrations of FEBS, Constituent Societies were invited to compile FEBS 50th Anniversary Virtual Issues. The Portuguese Virtual Issue for the 50th anniversary of FEBS highlights the high quality and diversity of biochemistry research carried out in Portugal.
Canal BQ issue on the Cell Cycle and Cancer
The February 2012 issue of Canal BQ is out. In this issue, Canal BQ brings together five review articles on cell cycle and cancer. This issue discusses the latest developments and knowledge on the cell cycle in mammals, bacteria and plants and how its deregulation leads to cancer.
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