[Expired] International Meeting of the Institute of Metals in Biology
The 6th International Conference of the IMBG dedicated to Chemistry and Biology of Iron Sulfur Clusters will take place in Villard de Lans, France, from September 13 –September 18, 2015.
It is our pleasure to invite you and your fellow group members to this conference. There is presently no broad, international conference series that covers both chemistry and biology of iron-sulfur clusters. This is our ambition with the 6th International IMBG meeting. IMBG organizes international conferences on a biannual basis, on topics related to (bio)catalysis (metalloenzymes and bio-inspired catalysts), environment (bioremediation and detoxification), health (new drugs, markers, probes and metal metabolism) and energy.
The 6th International Conference will gather scientists around the world using different approaches (biological, biophysical, biochemical and chemical) to investigate iron sulfur clusters biogenesis and catalysis. You can find all information at the meeting homepage: http://www.imbg-grenoble.fr/IMBG2015/index.htm.
Registration is now open.
We sincerely hope you are able to attend the meeting and help us make the conference a success.
Sandrine Ollagnier de Choudens, Vincent Artero
On the behalf of the Organizing Committee of the 6th International Conference of the IMBG
Chemistry & Biology of Iron Sulfur Cluster
13th-18th september 2015, Villars de Lans
The Institute of Metals in Biology of Grenoble (IMBG) is pleased to welcome you to its 6th International Meeting dedicated to “Chemistry & Biology of Iron-Sulfur Clusters”. The meeting will be held in Villard de Lans, a village located near Grenoble, in the beautiful surrounding of the Vercors mountains, from the 13th to the 18th of September 2015. It will include a two day Advanced Courses (13-15 Sept.) followed by a two and half day Conferences (16-18 Sept).
- Catalysis & Energy applications
- Iron-Sulfur proteins & Health
- Bioinspired Systems
- Metal-Sulfur redox centers
Expires on Friday September 18th, 2015