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This NATO complex research Institute (co-sponsored through FEBS and INTAS) less than the identify "Chemical Probes in Biology" used to be designed to summarize and disseminate contemporary specialist wisdom concerning a deeper realizing ofbiological phenomena on a molecular point. Such medical actions -frequently termed Bio-organic Chemistry or Chemical Biology are constituting a hugely interdisciplinary department of chemistry past the normal ways that chemists and biologists were operating long ago. therefore, in this get together we have been bringing jointly senior specialists from the disciplines of Chemistry and Biology with a purpose to amalgamate their different but primarily universal pursuits during this sector. final aim was once - subsequent to an trade of knowledge among the 2 clinical cultures - the verbal exchange ofexciting percentages in interdisciplinary study to the younger scientists current. The assembly used to be held within the Anargyros and Korgialenios university at the Island ofSpeteses, Greece from 18-30 August 2002. The ASI used to be attended via a complete of ninety one students from 23 varied international locations. a gaggle of 27 audio system provided a sequence of 34 hugely stimulating, informative and academic lectures protecting a vast diversity of issues proper to the overall topic ofthis assembly: technology on the InteifaceofChemistry, Biology and medication. The lectures have been complemented by way of a complete of 89 posters provided by way of the younger students and a chain of brief lectures derived thereof This was once basically one ofthe highlites of the assembly making a vigorous surroundings of interplay and highbrow creativity - average phenomena for the complete meeting.
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