Special Issue "Selected Papers from the 5th Iberoamerican Cyanotoxins Meeting"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 September 2017
The 5th Iberoamerican Cyanotoxins Meeting will be held in Lugo, Spain, 17–19 July, 2017. The conference will cover the recent advances in the chemistry, ecology, and technology of cyanotoxins, with a special focus on climate change. The Special Issue aims to bring together active scholars and researchers to present their current scholarly work in cyanotoxins.
For additional links to the conference which you may find useful: www://5cic.com
Prof. Dr. Luis M. Botana
Manuscript Submission Information
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