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Our ability to delve more deeply into the mysteries of life is greatly enhanced by our improved understanding of fundamental issues in the fields of chemistry and physics. The methodology of chemistry and physics has only recently achieved the prerequisite sensitivity, spatial and temporal resolution, and theoretical tools to make a significant impact in biology. The intent of the Chemical Biophysics Symposium is to bring together a diverse set of researchers from the various branches of physical science to stimulate the exchange of ideas in an informal environment.

   
 

Contributed papers will fill the majority of our programme. A small number can be presented orally, but the majority will be part of the poster session. We would like to encourage the participation of graduate students, and post-doctoral fellows.
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Attendance will be limited to 150 attendees, please register early.
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Our confirmed speakers:

Anthony Auerbach, SUNY Buffalo, Departments of Physiology, and Biophysics (Home page)
Mark Berg, U. South Carolina, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry (Home page)
Robert R. Birge, University of Connecticut, Departments of Chemistry and Molecular & Cell Biology, (Home page)
Paul Higgs, McMaster University, Deptartment of Physics (Home page)
Gary J. Pielak, U. North Carolina, Departments of Chemistry, and Biochemistry & Biophysics (Home page)
R. Peter Rand, Brock University, Department of Biological Sciences, (Home page)
Jack Tuszynski, University of Alberta, Department of Physics (Home page)


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Last update March 31, 2003
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