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[SA_scat] BSR-2013: Abstract submission deadline is extended until20th June!

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

The abstract submission deadline for BSR-2013 is *extended* until 
*Thursday 20th June*, 2013!

Biologists, physicists, chemists, from students to principal 
investigators, are invited to this tri-annual meeting with rich traditions.

Do not miss the unique opportunity to present your work, meet 
colleagues, friends and future collaboration partners from all over the 
world. Check out our preliminary programme to learn more.

BSR 2013 offers a tour of DESY's most impressive research 
infrastructures and includes a broad social programme to discover the 
vibrant city of Hamburg. Accompanying persons will enjoy special rates!

*Extended deadlines:

     ĚRegistration and abstract submission: 20 June 2013

     ĚRegistration without abstract: 15 August 2013 *

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



CONTACT: Diah.Yulianti@embl.de <mailto:Diah.Yulianti@embl.de>,
or
margret.fischer@embl-hamburg.de <mailto:margret.fischer@embl-hamburg.de>


Alternatively, contact us on the event facebook page
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