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MipTec 2013: The Leading European Event for Drug Discovery

24 Sep 2013 - 26 Sep 2013 - Congress Centre Basel, Switzerland

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Totally 10 Scientific Forums on the following topics will take place beside the keynote lectures, posters session, industry symposia and of course, the vendor exhibition. Additionally there are networking event planned to take place on each congress day which will provide a perfect platform to chat with your colleagues and friends in a nice atmosphere.

MipTec 2013 Topics:

  • Medicinal Chemistry
  • Peptide Therapeutics
  • Next Generation Sequencing
  • High Content Screening
  • Stem Cell-based Drug Discovery
  • Enzymology
  • Customized Therapies, Biomarkers and Biobanking
  • Natural Products and Synthetic Biology
  • Individual Toxicology and Safety
  • Jumpstarting Innovations
  • BioValley

The presence of more than 100 exhibitors enhances the quality and prestige of the meeting and therefore, we cordially invite you to participate in this exciting and constantly growing meeting. 

Registration for MipTec 2013 is free of charge, if you register online on

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