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Friday
Oct172014

Big Biology and Bioinformatics - Call for Abstracts and more...

WHEN: 24 – 25 November, 2014
WHERE: Science and Engineering Centre (P Block), QUT Gardens Point Campus
COST: There is no charge to attend the symposium
ABSTRACTS: Submit your abstract online until 5pm Friday 17 October
REGISTER/MORE INFO: Visit the B3 2014 event website
Register before 30 September and receive a FREE symposium t-shirt

Are you a researcher or student interested in systems biology, computational biology or bioinformatics?

B3 2014 will bring together researchers and students from across South-East Queensland to explore exciting developments in ‘omics’ technologies such as Next Generation Sequencing, Mass Spectrometry, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance or High-Throughput Multiplex Elisa Systems. The symposium is an opportunity to hear expert speakers, share ideas, form new networks and broaden and deepen your knowledge.

Program and Keynote Speakers

The symposium will launch with an eposter mixer event in The Cube on 24 November.

On 25 November, the program includes a full day of keynote addresses, short talks, panels and break-out sessions.

Keynote speakers include Prof David Edwards (University of Queensland) and Dr Melissa Davis (University of Melbourne).

Call for Abstracts

If you would like to present a talk or poster, you need to submit an abstract online before 5pm Friday 17 October.

If you have any questions about the symposium, please contact symposium chair Dr Tony Parker.

B3 2014 is hosted by the Institute for Future Environments (IFE) and the Institute for Health and Biomedical Innovation (IHBI).

This symposium is free to attend thanks to the generous support of the B3 2014 partners: