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International Congress of Toxicology

30 Jun 2013 - 04 Jul 2013 - Coex, Seoul, Korea



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The organizing committee is also planning a variety of unique and colorful social programs so all of our participants will be able to enjoy our fascinating Korean culture and warm spirit of friendship.

Seoul, a city with a harmonious mixture of old and new, has been the capital of Korea for over 600 years. As Korea’s political, economic, social and cultural center, it has won world recognition by successfully holding a multitude of world-class events, such as the Seoul 1988 Olympic Games, 2010 G20 summit, Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation ( APEC) and The Asia–Europe Meeting (ASEM), to name a few.



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