one-day meeting, Cambridge UK, 18 Dec 1998

Nick Goldman N.Goldman at gen.cam.ac.uk
Mon Nov 23 11:29:49 EST 1998

A Newton Institute One-day meeting


                        Friday 18 December 1998
                            2.00pm - 6.00pm

               Prof. Peter Donnelly (Head of Department,
                   Statistics, University of Oxford),
   Prof. Walter Fitch (Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology,
                University of California at Irvine) and
   Dr Nick Goldman (Department of Genetics, University of Cambridge)

A one-day meeting has been arranged to coincide with the conclusion of
the Newton Institute programme on Biomolecular Function and Evolution in
the Context of the Genome Project (July - December 1998).  This extended
research programme has comprised a unique inter-disciplinary
collaboration between mathematics and topics in molecular evolution,
structure and function.  The closing meeting on Friday 18 December 1998
will consist of four speakers giving their views on the future of the
molecular biological sciences and the role that mathematics has to play
in that future.


2.00 - 3.00     Prof. Sir Tom Blundell FRS (Head of Department,
                   Biochemistry, University of Cambridge)
                ``Projections and Extrapolations in Protein Space''

3.00 - 3.30     Dr Arthur Lesk (Department of Haematology, University of
                ``The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in
                   Molecular Biology''

3.30 - 4.00     Tea

4.00 - 5.00     Prof. Sydney Brenner FRS (President and Director of
                   Science, Molecular Sciences Institute, Berkeley, USA)
                ``The True History of the Human Genome''

5.00 - 6.00     Prof. Peter Donnelly (Head of Department, Statistics,
                   University of Oxford)
                ``Evolution and the Genome Project''

6.00 - 7.00     Wine Reception

Attendance at the meeting is by ticket only as space is limited. To
reserve your ticket, please contact Tracey Andrew at the address below,
or via e-mail to
                       t.andrew at newton.cam.ac.uk

Lunch will be available (at a cost of UKP6 per person, payable on the
day) at 12.45pm at Wolfson Court (1 min. walk from the Newton
Institute).  If you would like this lunch, please indicate this when you
make your ticket request.

        Closing Date for the receipt of requests is 30 November

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Bioinformatics, Mathematics and the Genome Project: Future Challenges
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    Nick Goldman, Department of Genetics, University of Cambridge
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