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International Biodeterioration Soc Meetings

Jimmy Walker jimmy.walker at camr.org.uk
Fri Jan 29 05:37:08 EST 1999

International Biodeterioration  Society

Hygienic Finishes and  Biodeterioration of Surfaces

13-14th September 1999.

Organised by: Steven Percival, Jimmy Walker and  Brian McCarthy.

This one and a half-day conference will cover microbiological  cross
infection of surfaces in the food, water and medical  industries and has
been arranged at University College Chester  on 13 - 14th September
1999.The first afternoon will cover  biofouling and biodeterioration of
different materials used in the  water industry and will be followed in the
evening by the  Conference Dinner. The second day will start off exploring
colonisation of surfaces in the food industry and look at  mechanisms of
control while the afternoon session will look at  cross infection of
materials and surfaces used in the medical  industry.  The afternoon
session will be supported by the British  Textile Technology Group (BTTG).

The meeting will take place at the University
of Chester where accommodation will also provided. 

Call for Posters:
This is an open call for research groups to submit posters for the
Please send a 150 – 200 word abstract (times roman 12) to Dr.  Steven
Percival in the first instance.

For further information please contact:
Dr Steven Percival,
University College Chester,
Parkgate Road,
Chester, CH1 4BJ.
Tel: 01244 375444 ex 3049
Email: mailto:S.Percival at Chester.ac.uk 

Dr. James T. Walker Pathogen Microbiology Group CAMR, Porton Down,
Salisbury. SP4 0JG Tel:01980 612643, Fax: 01980 612731
Email:jimmy.walker at camr.org.uk Hon. Programme Secretary of the
Imternational Biodeterioration Society Editorial Board Member of the Int.
Biodet and Biodegrad. J.

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