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Genome Technology Conference and Events Calendar: Jan 10, 2005

Following is a list of conferences and other events scheduled to take place over the next two weeks. For a complete list of events, read Genome Technology, a GenomeWeb News sister publication.


  • Jan. 10: CONFERENCE. Cambridge Healthtech Institute's annual PEPTALK proteomics conference will be held in San Diego  Jan. 10-14.
  • Jan. 13: SEMINAR. NHGRI's biweekly seminar series, sponsored by its intramural research division, is open to all NIH employees and to the public. Alexander Schier of the developmental genetics program in NYU's School of Medicine will speak. Seminars are held at the main conference room of Building 50 from 11:00 am to noon.
  • Jan. 15: CONFERENCE. The five-day Plant and Animal Genome XIII reappears at the Town & CountryConvention Center in San Diego. This year's big change: no evening workshops.
  • Jan. 18: DEADLINE. Through its Public Health Service branch, NIH has proposed best practices guidelines for the licensing of genomic inventions, and the public is invited to give feedback through today. The guidelines are recommendations to the NIH's internal tech transfer community as well as funding recipients, according to the call for comment. Contact Bonny Harbinger at +1.301.594.7700.
  • Jan. 19: SYMPOSIUM. Thermo Electron hosts its traveling 2005 Research Symposia Series, consisting of one-day programs focused on new and advanced approaches to using vibrational spectroscopy. Today in Maryland, Nick Carpita of PurdueUniversity will give a presentation entitled "FT-IR and FT-NIR Spectroscopy in Plant Cell Wall Genomic Research." Carpita will also speak at the same symposium on Jan. 25 in New Jersey.
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