Chlamy conference, organizers' message

Elizabeth Harris chlamy at acpub.duke.edu
Thu Sep 28 09:11:44 EST 1995


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Seventh International Conference on the Cell and Molecular Biology of
Chlamydomonas

Regensburg, Germany
May 27 - June 1, 1996

Organizers:
   Ruediger Schmitt (Universitaet Regensburg, Germany)
   Peter Hegemann (Universitaet Regensburg, Germany)
   Elizabeth Harris (Duke University, Durham NC)

International Advisory Committee: R.A. Bloodgood, U. Goodenough, P.
Lefebvre, L. Mets, J. Rosenbaum, G. Witman

Local Program Committee: S. Fabry, W. Mages, H. Huber



Dear Colleagues:

We are delighted to enclose details of the 7th International Conference on
the Cell and Molecular Biology of Chlamydomonas. The Program Committee,
with the help of the International Advisory Board, has organized a wide
range of symposia to cover many topical areas of Chlamydomonas and other
related algae. 

It is our pleasure to announce that the Chlamydomonas Conference has an
official link with the Genetics Society of America (GSA).

In addition to contributions by invited speakers, the success of the
Conference will largely depend on the quality of your contribution, so we
would like to encourage you to present your latest and most important
research. Please send in an abstract, to be chosen for an oral or poster
presentation.

Regensburg is located about 100 kilometers north-east of Munich. 
Regensburg is a small, but one of the most beautiful and historically
interesting cities of Germany.  The campus of the young University is
embedded in a lovely landscape at the southern border of the city.  At the
entrance of the Bavarian Forest and surrounded by gentle rolling hills,
Regensburg, offers not only opportunities for venture hikes through
several river valleys, to castles and monasteries, but also for visits of
medieval churches, strolls through the courtyards of mighty patrician
houses and rests in shady beer gardens.  We hope that the combination of
fascinating science with a pleasant location will be an exciting
experience.

Ruediger Schmitt, Peter Hegemann, and Elizabeth Harris

-- 
Elizabeth Harris
chlamy at acpub.duke.edu




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