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Molecular Technologies for Detection of Chemical and Biological Agents
NATO SPS ASI
April 9th to the 15th, 2016, Italy
Leading experts in the fields of modern molecular analyses and in the biological effects of chemical and biological warfare agents will discuss detection and effect of exposure of various agents such as toxins, bacteria, viruses, and chemical agents; description and protocols of new innovative molecular detection technologies ; assessment of the effects of exposure on short term and long term health; procedures for safe removal/decontamination of these agents and monitoring of these processes.
Additionally, this meeting will discuss fundamental aspects and applications of molecular technologies, especially mass spectrometry, for the detection of chemical and biological agents and for assessment of their effects on human cells.
The 10th MSBM Summer School - Dubrovnik, Croatia July 3-9, 2016
The 10th summer school “Mass Spectrometry in Biotechnology and Medicine” (MSBM), will be held at the Centre for Advanced Academic Studies (CAAS), Dubrovnik, Croatia, July 3-9, 2016. For the 10th edition of the MSBM summer school we have invited leading scientists in mass spectrometry from around the world to lecture on the past, present and future in cutting-edge mass spectrometry.
Congratulations to RCM/Beynon Award Winners
Congratulations to Huong T. Pham, Adam J. Trevitt, Todd W. Mitchell and Stephen J. Blanksby on their prize-winning research:
Award winners (left to right), Stephen Blanksby and Adam Trevitt with John Monaghan at ASMS 2015.
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