*Free* online cell biology conference registration available

Dr. Brett Burridge brett at vei.co.uk
Sun Oct 19 14:21:17 EST 1997


---Cell biology conference in November---

The First Electronic Cell Biology Conference (ECB-1) will be held on
the World Wide Web at http://www.vei.co.uk/ecb1 from Nov 3 - 14, 1997.
See the foot of this message for the subject areas to be covered.

During the conference, interaction, presentations and discussions will
take place via the WWW using a Java-based virtual conference centre,
WWW-based discussion forums and an electronic mailing list. Before the
conference, a timetable for lectures and discussion sessions for each
section will be posted. 

* Presenters at the conference will now be offered a complimentary
conference registration. 

* Conference registrants will be offered a complimentary one year
membership of a new cell biology network resource that will be
accessible after the conference has ended. 

* A Virtual Conference Centre similar to the one to be used for the
conference may be visited by guests anytime at:
http://www.vei.co.uk/openday 

---Registration---

If you have not already registered for ECB-1, now is the time to do
so.  See http://www.vei.co.uk/ecb1/register/front.html for the
registration form.

---Submissions---

Abstracts, posters, papers and slides should be submitted as soon as
possible, so now is the time to get them in  See
http://www.vei.co.uk/ecb1/program/submit.html for submission
procedures. 

---Mailing list---

There is a conference mailing list. Mail for submission to this list
should be sent to cb at vei.co.uk.

To subscribe to the list, send a message to cb-request at vei.co.uk with
this command in the body of the email message:

subscribe your_email_address

If you ever want to remove yourself from this mailing list, send an
email to cb-request at vei.co.uk with this command
in the body of your email message:

unsubscribe your_email_address

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Conference subject areas include: 

     Advances in Cytoskeleton Research
     The role of Cadherin in Cell Adhesion
     Extracellular Matrix Proteins and their Receptors
     Cell Culture Systems in in vitro Toxicology
     Cell Motility
     Somatic Mutation and Cancer
     Comparative Microscopy of Cell Structure and Function
     Insulin and Signal Transduction 
     Photosynthesis and Pigment Biosynthesis and Degradation under
Control
and Stress conditions
     Protein kinase C in early development 
     Microtubule-microfilament interactions in Cell Motility
     Intracellular protein
     Apoptosis
     Telomeres
     p53 Growth Regulation
     Cell Adhesion 
     Cellular Mechanisms of Development
     The Role of Chaperonins in Protein Folding
     Endocytosis and Molecular Sorting
     Transcriptional Regulation in Yeasts
     Cytokine Receptors
     Signal Transduction 
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Dr. Brett Burridge (brett at vei.co.uk)
Conference administrator,
Virtual Environments International (www.vei.co.uk)



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