|CCL 10.04.29 Biological Interfaces: A Thomas Young Centre Workshop|
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Date: Wed Mar 17 05:21:35 2010
Subject: 10.04.29 Biological Interfaces: A Thomas Young Centre Workshop
The workshop will be held on April 29th & 30th, 2010 at the Randall Institute of King's College London. This two day meeting brings together computer modellers and experimentalists to discuss problems at the biological interface, and their relevance to understanding important biological systems and bio-inspired materials. Many aspects of such work will b discussed, including theory, modelling tools, numerical methods and applications. We are fostering participation from both the public and commercial health sectors. The speakers at the workshop will include Ivet Bahar, Paolo Carloni, David Chandler, Philip Maini, Siewert Marrink, Jose Munoz, Peter Rein ten Wolde, Klaus Schulten, Mark Sansom, Gregory Voth and Bojan Zagrovic. For further information, including registration details please visit the following website: http://www.thomasyoungcentre.org/events/216/biological-interfaces/ Cheers- ChrisNOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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