Nobel Pauling Biotech Symposium
The Nobel Pauling Biotech Symposium is in honor the life and works of Dr. Linus Pauling, awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1954 and the Nobel Peace Prize in 1962.
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The Goals of this Symposium are:
- To share exciting new advances and ideas in biotechnology (cytokine immunology, functional genomics and proteomics) for new drug discovery.
- To provide opportunities for life-long learners to network with scientists and other professionals in academia, government, start-up companies, established biotech companies and large pharmaceutical companies.
- To encourage biotech collaboration between academia, government and Industry and to build bridges for academia-goverment-biotech-pharma between the USA, Europe and Asia.
These symposia provide a great opportunity to learn about the latest advances in biotechnology from top scientists, and they are an ideal venue for meeting biotechnology and pharmaceutical company executives and decision-makers face-to-face. Every attendee also has the opportunity to give a one-minute "Smart Pitch" at the meeting to introduce themselves to the audience for future collaboration.
We are seeking speakers, volunteers and sponsors for the Nobel Pauling Biotech Symposium (www.pauling.us).
Thank you so much for supporting Nobel Pauling Biotech Symposium. If you cannot participate this year, but would like to be involved future Symposium or Pauling Biotech Bible, please email Alexk at pauling.us.
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