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4th Georgian Bay International Conference on Bioinorganic Chemistry

Tuesday May 21, 2013 to Saturday May 25, 2013
Parry Sound, Canada

Hours of Operation: 9-5

Event Type: Conference

Subject(s): Bioinorganic Chemistry

Website: http://www.canbic.ca

Event Description


CanBIC-4 will take place in May 2013. CanBIC-4 runs from Tuesday 21st - Saturday 25th May, 2013, followed by CSC-2013 in Quebec City until June. I am delighted to welcome you to CanBIC, a small and specialised conference devoted to the biological chemistry of metals to be held in this wonderful setting. The development of ever more powerful techniques both experimental and theoretical has allowed research to delve in detail into this remarkable chemistry. Where science has had a few hundred years to refine chemical mechanisms, Nature has had a billion years and the results are staggering in their exquisite refinement, from the delicate tuning that allows iron to bind oxygen reversibly to the miraculous operation of the nervous system, there is much to study and then mimic synthetically. There is a downside in the toxic effects of almost all metals at some concentration. These effects too need detailed and careful study.

Venue Information

Venue: Stockey Centre
2 Bay, Parry Sound, ON, Canada, P2A 2G5

Website: http://www.stockeycentre.com/

Email: info@stockeycentre.com

Reservation Code: cbcc


Organizer Information

Organizing Group: CanBIC

Organizer: Prof. Martin Stillman

Address: Department of Chemistry, Chemistry building, Department of Chemistry, Chemistry building, London, ON, Canada, P2A 2G5

Phone: 1-519-661-3821

Email: canbic@uwo.ca


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