Only 4 days left to submit an abstract for the Polymers and Self-Assembly: From Biology to Nanomaterials meeting that will be held October 25-30, 2015, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Abstract submission is free.
This is an important topic because…..
- Protein polymers are abundant in biology, and a vast variety of different filaments can be found
- Protein misfolding can lead to pathological polymerization in diseases from Alzheimer’s to Parkinson’s
- Synthetic polymers can be easily formed from peptides, and these are being studied for many reasons, from forming new biomaterials to drug delivery or imaging
This meeting will provide the perfect opportunity for biologists, chemists, physicists and materials scientists to meet and share ideas and insights about polymers and polymerization.
Abstract Deadline: June 22, 2015
View the program to learn more about the meeting. Note that additional speakers will be selected from among submitted abstracts.
Questions? Visit the meeting website or email email@example.com. Society members save up to $150 in reduced early registration costs; join or renew your membership for 2015 today!