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26–31 August 2018 The 22nd International Mass Spectrometry Conference (IMSC) 2018
IMSC 2018 will be held in Florence (Italy), one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
The conference is organized with short courses, oral and poster sessions, workshops, awards, commercial exhibition, social program. It covers all aspects of mass spectrometry, from fundamentals to instrumentation, methods and applications in life sciences, food and beverage, organic and inorganic MS.
Novelties for this edition: five sessions devoted to the characterization of food and beverage, a child day care facility, a number of fellowships and travel grants for young investigators, and a wide number of rooms in the University residences at a very convenient price.
IMSC 2018 will be an useful occasion to enjoy science, network and meet old friends or new colleagues, to get new ideas for your job, for establishing new collaborations, starting new projects,... in the unique charm, amazing history and culture of Florence!
All you are kindly invited to IMSC2018, a memorable scientific and cultural experience!
26–28 August 2018 1st Nordic Metabolomics Conference
30 August–1 September 2018 ANZMET Conference
University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
The ANZMET conference is designed from conception as a community-owned event and provides a facilitated networking experience where (1) attendees learn on the first day of each others interests, experience, scientific background, collaboration opportunities and other avenues for outreach (The Round-table Discussion); (2) an open-forum format for rich discourse on spontaneous peer-selected topics (The Peer Session); (3) the delivery of critical updates in the field (Traditional Presentations) and (4) the tailored and vital exposure of young scientists to the wider research community (Rapid-fire Postgraduate Presentation Sessions).
The essence of any conference lies in community-building. A meaningful conference is a safe, supportive and open environment aimed at fostering growth, awareness and learning – and should be attendee-driven. These are the key ingredients for ‘re-engineering the traditional conference’ and are the basis and inspiration behind developing ANZMET as the first peer-driven scientific conference in Australia and New Zealand.
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9–12 September 2018 MOVISS Bio & Data
MOVISS – the "Mountain Village Science Series" takes place in Vorau, Austria (Sep 9-12, 2018). MOVISS is different to the usual conferences. It is designed as a small, problem-driven meeting, full of discussions and questions about how to deal with metabolomics data reasonably. In this way, we hope to constructively engage some of the greatest minds collaboratively on solving some of the challenges of the metabolomics and bioinformatics community. Together with hiking tours and social program, MOVISS is planned to be friendly and relaxing meeting for scientists interested in the fields of metabolomics and statistics.
16–19 September 2018 SMASH 2018
Sheraton Downton, Philadelphia, USA
21–26 September 2018 First International Conference on Precision Nutrition and Metabolism in Public Health and Medicine
Chania, Crete, Greece
1–30 November 2018 4th International Electronic Conference on Medicinal Chemistry
The aim of the Conference is to gather researchers from all over the world and encourage discussions on any scientific field related to drug discovery and development. By posting presentations, videos, or posters disclosing your recent outstanding results, take advantage of the Conference to promote your work among thousands of your peers. Participation, as an author or a visitor, is ABSOLUTELY FREE; simply register on the home page.
15–30 November 2018 The 3rd International Electronic Conference on Metabolomics
Electronic conference (Online)
28–30 November 2018 The 4th Australian Lipid Meeting
University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
The 4th Australian Lipid Meeting aims to bring together lipid researchers from different fields to discuss their work, current technology, and facilitate cross-disciplinary collaboration.
Offering a broad scope of topics, we hope to attract biochemists, nutritionists and dieticians, clinicians, analytical chemists, physiologists and cell biologists; help to encourage cross-disciplinary research; and continue to build on the current momentum of lipid research in Australia.
15–17 May 2019 2nd Molecules Medicinal Chemistry Symposium – Facing Novel Challenges in Drug Discovery
Encouraged by the great success of the initial small-format monographic MMCS2017, the three-day MMCS2019 will grow naturally by addressing a larger audience and essentially all topics of medicinal chemistry. The MMCS2019 will be organized into a number of thematic sessions on medicinal chemistry of particularly challenging diseases, novel and revisited drug discovery approaches, and medicinal chemistry stories about recently implemented projects in any area not covered in the other sessions, from target and hit identification to hit-to-lead optimization, tuning of physicochemical and pharmacokinetic properties, preclinical and clinical development, etc.