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Metabomeeting 2014

10 Sep 2014 - 12 Sep 2014 - The Royal Institution, London, United Kingdom

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SELECTBIO has announced that we are partnering with the Metabolic Profiling Forum (MPF) to host Metabomeeting 2014. The MPF will focus on the conference program while SELECTBIO will take care of logistics, promotion and exhibition/sponsorship activities. We are expecting up to 300 attendees offering a unique opportunity to network with key researchers who are making innovative discoveries within this field.

We are happy to announce that courtesy of the Metabolomics Society we will providing 5 travel awards and a best talk award for students attending Metabomeeting who are members of the Metabolomics Society.

There are five travel wards of £350 and 1 prize for the best student talk of £250. To be eligible for these awards all you need be is a student member of the Metabolomics Society. Abstracts and the talk will be judged at the meeting and awards made on the award ceremony on Friday 12th September.

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