Lipids and Membrane Biophysics: Faraday Discussion 161 (11th – 13th September)

There’s still just time to submit a poster for Lipids and Membrane Biophysics: Faraday Discussion 161 [link to http://www.rsc.org/ConferencesAndEvents/RSCConferences/FD161/index.asp] – by the deadline date 13 July.

This Faraday Discussion will consider recent developments in the study of biomembrane structure, ordering and dynamics, with particular emphasis on the roles of lipids in these phenomena. Registration is quick and simple via our online booking system, so act today [link to http://www.rsc.org/ConferencesAndEvents/RSCConferences/FD161/registration.asp].and benefit from early bird savings.

Why choose to come to a Faraday Discussion? They have a unique format – all papers are circulated in advance and all discussion contributions are recorded for publication in the abstract book after the event. You can also have your own poster space at the meeting, so submit yours now [link to http://www.rsc.org/ConferencesAndEvents/RSCConferences/FD161/cfp.asp] before the deadline of 13 July.

Come and discuss new experimental and theoretical findings and novel methodologies, as we focus on exploring the relevance of concepts from amphiphile self-assembly and soft matter physics to understanding biomembranes.

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