The Society for Leukocyte Biology will hold a session at its annual meeting Sept. 27-29 in Raleigh, N.C., that features Ian Crozier, M.D., the famed Ebola doctor and patient, who is believed to be the sickest Ebola survivor ever.
The Endocrine Society and Society for Women's Health Research are co-sponsoring a Congressional briefing on July 10 to examine the need to include more female subjects in preclinical and clinical biomedical research -- a move that could revolutionize medical research and scientific discovery.
Advances in nanotechnology are fundamentally changing the future of medicine. At the International Nanomedicine Conference in Sydney, world-leading experts will discuss the latest research and developments, clinical challenges, and the social and ethical implications of their work.
AFM-Téléthon is organizing, from March 14-18, 2016, its 5th International Congress of Myology at the Lyon Convention Centre. Held for the first time in 2000, this international congress of myology brings together the world's leading experts of the discipline. During its last edition, in 2011, 800 experts from 37 different nationalities gathered and more than 400 posters were presented.
Media can register now to attend the Advanced Breast Cancer Third International Consensus Conference in Lisbon, Portugal, Thursday, Nov. 5 to Saturday, Nov. 7, 2015. Registration for bona fide journalists is free.
Nearly 300 symposia have been accepted for the 2016 International Congress of Entomology, which will take place Sept. 25-30, 2016, in Orlando, Fla.
The 2015 Annual Meeting & OTO EXPO of the American Academy of Otolaryngology--Head and Neck Surgery Foundation will be held September 27 - 30 in Dallas, Texas.
he UK Graphene Pavilion at NANO KOREA is an initiative by leading graphene technology companies, research institutes and government agencies within the UK - which include Haydale Ltd., Thomas Swan & Co. Ltd., 2DTech Ltd. and The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI), the National Graphene Institute - University of Manchester, the National Physical Laboratory and Innovate UK. The event will be supported by UK Trade & Investment.
Registration is open for The Geological Society of America's Annual Meeting and Exposition, to be held 1 to 4 November 2015 at the Baltimore Convention Center in Baltimore, USA. Geoscientists from around the world, representing 37 disciplines, will present new findings that enlarge the body of geoscience knowledge and define directions for future study.
The press schedule for ESC Congress 2015 is announced today. The packed program includes six hot line press conferences and four press conferences under the themes environment and the heart (this year's congress spotlight); cardiac arrest: improving outcomes; lifestyle and hypertension; and life-threatening scenarios.
From June 22-26, 2015, scientists from all over the world meet at the 15th Electromagnetic and Light Scattering Conference ELS XV.
The EuroTech Universities Alliance will host its fourth high-level event in Brussels on Monday, June 29, 2015. Journalists are cordially invited to attend the discussion at the Bibliotheque Solvay, which will take place from 17:30 to 19:45, followed by a networking reception. The topic is the central role of Europe's universities in nurturing the entrepreneurs of tomorrow. The keynote will be given by Patrick Aebischer, President of the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne.
Light: Designed by Nature, Transformed by Science -- by the occasion of the International Year of Light -- aims to celebrate almost 10 years of MIT Portugal Program and also lighting the path for the future.
Researchers from around the world -- and across the Internet -- with gather at Canada's Perimeter Institute to discuss the future of physics during the Convergence conference, June 20-24, 2015.
Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and solutions, announces the third international conference on the science of cocoa, coffee and tea: CoCoTea 2015. The conference will take place June 22-24 at the University of Aveiro, Portugal. It offers an interdisciplinary podium for discussion among scientists dealing with these products from the perspective of, among others, the fields of chemistry, technology, metabolomics, nutraceutics, and health.
The celebrations to mark the 250th anniversary of the University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna reach their peak at the end of this week. The Vetmeduni Vienna invites its guests from international partner universities and representatives from the veterinary profession, politics and business to a ceremonial act with renowned speakers (June 19), an international symposium on teaching in tertiary institutions and an 'animalistic' ball night at the Vienna City Hall (June 20) to celebrate its anniversary.
Blood transfusions are vital, but demand for blood far exceeds supply all over the world. In India and China, for example, relatives are usually called upon to give blood in the case of an accident or an operation. An international conference in Lund, Sweden, the first of its kind, will now discuss various possible alternative treatment methods with the potential to complement or even replace blood transfusion. These alternatives include re-programmed skin cells and hemoglobin from sugarbeets.
The CTBT: Science and Technology 2015 Conference will bring together key scientists, verification and nuclear arms control experts from around the world. Around 750 participants will discuss the latest scientific and technological developments to further enhance verification of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT), including spin-off benefits of CTBTO data for disaster warning and science.
Welcome to EULAR 2015, which opens today in Rome and is set to be the biggest rheumatology event in Europe. Over 14,000 scientists, physicians and health professionals from more than 120 countries are taking part in a clinical and educational program of lectures, workshops, abstracts, poster presentations and symposia.
Experts from around the country will join faculty experts from the University of Louisville's James Graham Brown Cancer Center, a part of KentuckyOne Health, to look at the latest evidence-based medicine in treating metastatic cancer of the central nervous system.
More than 1,700 scientists are expected to attend the 20th International C. elegans Meeting, organized by the Genetics Society of America, June 24-28, 2015, in Los Angeles, Calif. This biennial meeting is the world's largest assembly of scientists conducting cutting-edge research using the nematode worm Caenorhabditis elegans, a model organism that lends itself to easy investigation where findings can easily be translated to humans.
Christine H. Fox, assistant director for policy and analysis at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, has been selected by American Statistical Association President David R. Morganstein to deliver the president's invited address at the 2015 Joint Statistical Meetings Aug. 10 in Seattle.
Anniversary remembers the contributions of Howard A. Rusk, M.D., the 'Father of Rehabilitation Medicine.' Special events also shed spotlight on the latest innovations in rehabilitation medicine.
When ESA was founded in 1915, ecology was a new field, still defining its scope as a discipline rooted in the study of the relationships of organisms to each other and their environment. The 100th Annual Meeting will look back at the field's growth over the last hundred years -- and forward to the environmental challenges that will face us now and into the next century. ESA invites press and institutional public information officers to attend for free.
The University of Southampton's world-leading achievements in autonomous systems and artificial intelligence will be celebrated at a special event in London next week to mark the inaugural lecture of Professor Nick Jennings, who has been awarded a Regius Professorship in Computer Science.