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64th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics
2016-06-05 to 2016-06-09
San Antonio, Texas
Mexican, German and Old West cultures combine to create an “only in San Antonio” experience. At the top of the list is the most visited site in Texas—the Alamo. This enduring symbol of courage and freedom is recognized around the world, but it’s only one of five historic Spanish missions in the city. Collectively, these incredible landmarks have been honored as the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in Texas. Click Here for Welcome to San Antonio! (visitor information on transportation, getting around San Antonio, dining, attractions and more.)

The ASMS Conference will be in the Henry B. González Convention Center conveniently located along the River Walk. In January 2016 the $325 million transformation of the center's east side will be complete. The conference will take maximum advantage of the "transformed" space. link

Metabolomics 2016
2016-06-27 to 2016-06-30
Dublin, Ireland
We are delighted to extend this invitation to you to join us for Metabolomics 2016, the 12th Annual Conference of the Metabolomics Society. University College Dublin will be your hosts for the event which will be held in Ireland's new world-class purpose-built international conference and event venue The Convention Centre Dublin (CCD). The CCD is situated in the heart of Dublin city with panoramic views of the River Liffey, the city centre and the Wicklow Mountains. link

2016 IS-MPMI XVII Congress
2016-07-17 to 2016-07-21
Portland, Oregon, USA

This year’s program takes place at the Oregon Convention Center (777 NE Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, Portland, OR 97232), across the river from downtown Portland and connected by light rail to downtown and the airport.

The 2016 meeting will offer a streamlined program with lots of time for networking, posters, and recreation. There will be seven plenary sessions, nine sets of three concurrent sessions, and three poster sessions.

The program will include a mix of established and young investigators working on pathogenic and symbiotic associations using diverse biological systems. More than 50 percent of the plenary speakers did not speak at the last IS-MPMI meeting in 2014, ensuring new ideas and fresh viewpoints.

The plenary and concurrent sessions will highlight the latest advances in fundamental research critical for advancements in agricultural science (e.g. RNA-mediated interactions; epigenetic variation in microbes and hosts; epigenomics; tritophic interactions and the microbiome; population genomics; mechanisms of plant immunity; cell wall and apoplastic interactions; mechanisms of symbiosis and mutualism; interkingdom signaling) as well as translational studies (e.g. novel approaches for disease control; breakthrough technologies for engineering staple food crops; and successes and needs in the developing world). link

Small Molecule NMR Conference
2016-09-11 to 2016-09-14
La Jolla, California
SMASH is a scientific meeting highlighting Small Molecule work. There is a broad focus of NMR applications, in addition to other analytical technologies, used for small molecule research. The small size of this meeting provides an excellent networking opportunity for students and professionals while attracting leading spectroscopists in this field. This Small Molecule NMR meeting brings together cutting-edge science from Academia and Industry in one international meeting. link

International Conference on Systems Biology
2016-09-16 to 2016-09-20
Barcelona, Spain

On behalf of the International Society for Systems Biology (ISSB) we will host the 17th edition of the International Conference on Systems Biology in Barcelona, Spain.

We will bring exciting speakers from around the world to interact with the global and local systems biology community – sharing ideas, discussing results and debating on the future of this exciting and fast-evolving field. A number of themes will be covered, including: fundamentals of modelling networks, circuits and pathways, spatial and multicellular systems, image-driven systems biology, evolution, noise and decision-making in single cells, systems biology of disease and immunology, and personalised medicine. link