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[SA_scat] Abstract submission deadline for BSR2013 is approaching!

11th International Conference: Biology and Synchrotron Radiation (BSR)
8-11 September 2013, EMBL Hamburg, Germany *


*Abstract submission deadline is approaching! 

*Join us in Hamburg, Germany for BSR 2013!*

Scientists at all possible career levels are invited to this meeting*. 
*Check out our preliminary programme 
to learn more!

*Young researchers *are highly welcome to apply for a travel grant 
<http://www.bsr2013.org/BSR13-01/info/index.html> from the International 
Union of Crystallography when registering.

*Present your work! **
*Selected talks and poster sessions provide great opportunities for 
participants to present their work. Unique *networking opportunities* 
are also available to meet colleagues, friends and future collaboration 
partners from all over the world.

*Discover the city of Hamburg! **
*BSR 2013 includes asocial programme 
<http://www.bsr2013.org/BSR13-01/attractions/index.html> with boat trips 
and day and night excursions. Accompanying persons will enjoy special 

A tour of DESY's 
most impressive research infrastructures - including PETRA, FLASH and 
the future X-FEL -- is included in the registration fee.

*Dates at a glance:*

·*Registration and abstract submission: 1 June 2013*

·Registration without abstract: 1 August 2013

Take a look at the updated BSR webpage (www.bsr2013.org 
<http://www.bsr2013.org>) for more information and to register.


Alternatively, contact us on the event facebook page 

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