INTERNATIONAL GENETICS CONGRESS

Nigel Brown BROWNNL at vms1.bham.ac.uk
Tue Jul 13 10:03:00 EST 1993


	XVII INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF GENETICS
	  AUGUST 15-21 1993, BIRMINGHAM, U.K.

There is still room for participants at the International Congress of 
Genetics. Registration is 315 pounds sterling (or 75 pounds per day). 
The deadline for posters has been extended, and abstracts can be sent 
up to 19 July 1993. Later posters can be accepted (subject to space)
but will not appear in the Abstracts Book.  Note that Proceedings of
the Congress will not be widely published this time; you will have to 
be there! 

Plenary lectures will be given by: Max Perutz, Richard Lewontin, 
Barry Hall, Elliot Meyerowitz, Obaid Siddiqi, Elizabeth 
Blackburn, French Anderson, Greg Winter, Walter Gehring, Henri 
Buc, Adrienne Clark, Richard Flavell, Alec Jeffreys.

There are 40 symposia and 44 specialist workshops.  Posters will be
displayed throughout the congress.  There are evening and Saturday
Public Awareness Lectures which participants can also attend.


FURTHER DETAILS from:

	Derek Smith (Secretary General)
	The University of Birmingham
	R.S.I.L.
	Edgbaston, 
	Birmingham B15 2TT, U.K.

	Tel: UK+21-414-5888 or -4569
	Fax: UK+21-414-3850 or -4577


E-mail (Internet) requests to N.L.Brown at BHAM.AC.UK will be forwarded.

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