We are happy to announce that the 5th Symposium on Advanced Biological Inorganic Chemistry (SABIC-2017) will be held during January 7-11, 2017 at Kolkata.
This is the 5th SABIC being jointly organized by the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) and Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science (IACS). The 1st SABIC was organized by TIFR during October 7-11, 1996 and subsequently the 2nd symposium was held during November 20-24, 2000 at TIFR. The 3rd SABIC was organized in conjunction with the second Asian Biological Inorganic Chemistry Conference (AsBiC-II) at Goa during December 6-10, 2004. The 4th SABICwas held at TIFR in 2009 and was attended by a large number of very distinguished scientists all over the world.
The 5th SABIC will be held at the Hotel Stadel in Kolkata, located at Salt Lake within the Salk Lake Stadium and is close to the Airport and the City Center. Kolkata, the City of Joy brings in added attraction to this event.
On behalf of the organizing committee, we cordially invite you to participate in the 5th Symposium on Advanced Biological Inorganic Chemistry (SABIC-20017). We are happy to inform that we have received an overwhelming response from a large number of experts from India as well as abroad who has agreed to speak in the symposium. Registration and abstract submission has already started and we request you to register for the conference at the earliest.
We look forward to meeting you at the City of Joy, Kolkata.
Shyamalava Mazumdar (TIFR, Mumbai) & Abhishek Dey (IACS, Kolkata)
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