Call for Speakers: 3rd Annual World Congress of Gene-2009(Bioinformatics) Print
Written by Virginia Gonzalez   
Tuesday, 14 July 2009 17:55

BIT Life Sciences’ 3rd Annual World Congress of Gene-2009
Time: December 1-7, 2009 Venue: Foshan, China
Theme: March into New Era of Bio-Economy
Website: http://www.bitlifesciences.com/wcg2009

The Program Coordinator announces:

Currently, we are involving in organizing BIT Life Sciences’ 3rd Annual World Congress of Gene-2009 (WCG-2009), which will be held during December 1-7, 2009 in Foshan, China, with a theme of “March into New Era of Bio-Economy”. WCG-2009 is a specially designed cluster conference, which covers a wide range of critically important themes from basic science to commercialization. It aims to become one of the region’s largest events of 2009. WCG-2009 provides a great opportunity to share in what has happened, be part of what is happening and influence the future direction in one of the fastest growing industry sectors and new friends.

 


 

On behalf of the organizing committee, I am pleased to welcome you to join us and give a speech at Track 3-2: Bioinformatics and Computational Structure Biology (If it is not suitable to you, Please advise, Session details PS: http://www.bitlifesciences.com/wcg2009/Program.asp)

Track 3: Bioinformatics

Track 3-1: Bioinformatics Applied for Functional Protein and Gene Analysis

Track 3-2: Bioinformatics and Computational Structure Biology

Track 3-3: Bioinformatics in Analysis of Gene Expression and Microarrays

Track 3-4: Bioinformatics for Predictive Disease Modeling

Track 3-5: Data Mining in Proteomics(Organized by Omics Publishing Group)

Session details PS: http://www.bitlifesciences.com/wcg2009/Program.asp

Now, we are proud to announce that Four Nobel Prize Laureates have been confirmed to join WCG-2009:

Dr. Aaron Ciechanover, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, 2004

Dr. Ferid Murad, Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine 1998

Dr. Richard R. Ernst, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, 1991

Dr. Robert Huber, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, 1988

As an echo to overwhelming passionate requests to reactivate the program of 2005 World DNA Day, Dalian, China (http://www.bitlifesciences.com/wcg2009/PastEvents.asp ), which brought together 5 Noble Prize Laureates, 130 distinguished international speakers, and more than 3000 participants to celebrate
the discovery of the double helix. We decide to follow the successful path of the first event in gene science and technology by turning World DNA Day into an annual event since 2008 in Southern China. We hope such an initiative can fully link local booming capitalized environment to catalyze the development of life science education and to translate cutting-edge gene technologies into industrialization. At same time, through such a forum platform, we hope to set up a stage for attracting young talented biologists not only to support the development of Biotechnology in southern China but also for multilateral scientific collaborations.

In the post Beijing Olympics Era, China is turning into one of the most attractive marketing places for international biotechnology R & D. This annual congress initiated by BIT Life Sciences will definitely offer you an unforgettable experience in exploring new opportunities, seeking sustainable growth and fueling your unmet research or business demand by integration of bioscientific and technological resources in China and beyond. We also hope you join a group of scientist for the fascinating tech tour to the beautiful city, Guilin.

Join us now to attend and share your excitement in 3rd World Congress of Gene 2009!

For more details about the WCG 2009, PS: http://www.bitlifesciences.com/wcg2009 or refer to the attached program

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