|CCL 06.05.15 Molecular Interactions - Bringing Chemistry to Life, Bozen, Italy|
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Date: Sat Mar 11 18:27:50 2006
Subject: 06.05.15 Molecular Interactions - Bringing Chemistry to Life, Bozen, Italy
Molecular Interactions - Bringing Chemistry to Life May 15th - 19th, 2006, Bozen, Italy http://www.beilstein-institut.de/events The Beilstein workshops address contemporary issues in the chemical and related sciences by employing an interdisciplinary approach. Scientists > from a wide range of areas often outside chemistry are invited to present aspects of their work for discussion with the aim of not only to advance science, but also, to enhance interdisciplinary communication. The workshop will take place in the historic Hotel Schloss Korb. The setting and the limited number of participants (ca. 50-60), provide a very convivial atmosphere for the ready exchange of thoughts and ideas. Please find further general information, the scientific program, the first circular and the registration form on our web site: http://www.beilstein-institut.de/events Registration has started. Places at the workshop are limited and will be allocated on a first-come basis. Please feel free to pass on the information to colleagues whom you think would also be interested in attending. We are looking forward to seeing you there! Scientific Program Tom Blundell (Cambridge) Protein-protein interactions in cell regulation and signalling: targets for drug discovery Wilhelm Boland (MPI Jena) Herbivore-induced volatiles in plant defence: early and late events in enemy-recognition and response Nediljko Budisa (MPI Martinsried) Reprogrammed Protein Translation and Expanded Genetic Code Tim Clark (Erlangen) Biological communication via molecular surfaces Jonathan Clayden (Manchester) Remote control of stereochemistry: communicating information via conformation Athel Cornish-Bowden (CNRS Marseille) Bringing chemistry to life: what does it mean to be alive? Jonathan Essex (Southampton) Coarse-grained modelling of membrane systems Richard Goldstein (NMIR London) Modelling the evolution of influenza Stephen Haggarty (Broad Institute, Cambridge) The principle of complementarity: chemical versus biological space Andreas Hirsch (Erlangen) Artificial micelles and liposomes Trevor Howe (Janssen, Beerse) Interpretation of drug discovery data through visualization; current issues Laurent M. Humeau (VIRxSYS, Gaithersburg) From the bench to the clinic: story and lessons from VRX496, the first lentivector ever tested in phase 1 clinical trial Sijbren Otto (Cambridge) Bringing supramolecular chemistry to life Joelle N. Pelletier (Montreal) Modifying enzyme specificity by combinatorial active site mutations Mark Sansom (Oxford) Molecular simulations of membrane proteins Gisbert Schneider (Frankfurt) Designing natural product-derived focused libraries Peter Seeberger (ETH Hnggerberg) Chemical glycomics - from carbohydrate arrays to malaria vaccine Oliver Seitz (Humbolt University Berlin) DNA-directed synthesis - Chemistry for genetic analyses Marcey Waters (UNC Chapel Hill) Controlling biomolecular recognition with designed proteins Holger Wallmeier (Sanofi-Aventis) SummaryNOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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