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Discovery Chemistry Congress

18 Feb 2014 - 19 Feb 2014 - Barcelona, Spain

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This conference will integrate the latest structural chemistry with innovative discovery-driven technologies. Speakers will concentrate on the most important aspects of discovery stages for effective drug design and refinement. In the current economic climate there is increasing global competitiveness and financial pressure, therefore this conference aims to explore the options available to maximise the success of drug discovery and development.  

Dr. Mark Bradley (Professor, University of Edinburgh) will be serving as the Conference Chair for Discovery Chemistry Congress. Our collaboration with Dr. Bradley will ensure this conference will integrate the latest options available to maximise the success of drug discovery and development. Planned round table discussions on key areas are sure to energize the participants in defining the drug discovery and development landscape. Open to all conference and exhibition attendees, these discussions will provide an excellent opportunity to exchange ideas and network.  

Ultimately, this conference will overcome the challenges of drug delivery in a completely new way. SELECTBIO hopes to help delegates convert this expensive, challenging and inefficient process into a more accessible and affordable one. This conference will provide an excellent platform for researchers from all areas of drug discovery research to discuss the future perspectives and collaborative options amongst various research departments.

Reasons to attend:
•    Exchange ideas and expand your network with leading professionals in this field
•    This conference will bring together top international scientists and clinicians presenting cutting-edge discoveries
•    Up-to-date research in the fields of optical imaging and stem cell chemistry
•    The conference will feature an extensive exhibition and poster session
•    Round table discussions open to all attendees will engage networking and discussion

The conference will be co-located with Flow Chemistry Europe and ADME & Predictive Toxicology. Registered delegates will have unrestricted access to all co-located meetings ensuring a comprehensive learning and sharing experience as well as being financially beneficial for attendees. Running alongside the Discovery Chemistry Congress will be an exhibition covering the latest technological advances and associated services within these fields. 

The Agenda is now online.

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