The 2017 Metals in Biology Conference is to be held between 22 – 27 January, in Ventura, California
“The MIB-GRC brings together scientists from diverse backgrounds to foster new collaborations that take advantage of complementary skills. Lectures in the 2017 MIB-GRC cover recent advances in our understanding of the roles of metalloproteins and metal/nucleic acid complexes in cellular signaling, metal ion regulation, and their effects on human health; the evolving biological chemistry of metals from the earth’s deep past to the current environment, and metal-centered catalysis by a variety of metalloenzymes, including those crucial in the grand global cycles of hydrogen, nitrogen, and oxygen.”
If you are coming to the conference, then why not come and chat to Metallomics Executive Editor Philippa Hughes.
Philippa Ross, Executive Editor, Metallomics
You can find out more about the Metals in Biology conference here