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"Juan A. White" <[log in para visualizar]>
Thu, 13 Nov 2003 12:55:42 +0100
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Dear Colleague:

I hope that the following meeting may be of interest to you.  We have made
great efforts to cross the 'normal' boundary walls. Please come and argue
if you can, and bring your students and postdocs - there is no registration
fee! There has been an excellent response, but the more interested people
there, the better for the discussion.

The detailed programme and full details/forms etc are available on
http://www.cmmp.ucl.ac.uk/people/finney/RS_mtng.pdf . I can email a copy to
anyone who would like me to.

Apologies for cross postings.

Best regards,

John Finney.
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The Molecular basis of life. Is life possible without water?

What? The molecular basis of life: is life possible without water?
When? 3/4 December 2003
Where? At the Royal Society, London
Cost? Free to all, but registration required
How? Register on-line at www.royalsoc.ac.uk/events

Meeting Summary

Are some biomolecular functions possible without water? Recent evidence
suggests the molecular-level requirements for water have been overstated.
By taking a constructively sceptical view, this meeting aims to identify
the real reasons for water's biological importance. Which molecular aspects
of water are functionally critical and why?

Organised by Professor Roy Daniel FRSNZ, Professor John Finney and
Professor Marshall Stoneham FRS

Speakers include Professor John Finney, University College London, Dr
Daniel Bowron, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Professor Jeremy Smith,
University of Heidelberg, Professor Masayoshi Nakasako, Keio University,
Professor Bertil Halle, University of Lund, Dr Nick Pace, Texas A&M
University, Professor Watson Fuller, University of Keele, Professor Bill
Grant, University of Leicester, Dr Zaccai, Institut de Biologie
Structurale, Dr Peter Rand, Brock University, Dr Peter Halling, University
of Strathclyde, Dr Douglas Clark, University of California at Berkley,
Professor Roy Daniel, University of Waikato, Professor Terry Lilley,
University of Sheffield.

Further information and online registration details can be found on the
Royal Society website at www.royalsoc.ac.uk/events or contact Katherine
Hardaker at [log in para visualizar] .

The detailed programme and full details/forms etc are available from
http://www.cmmp.ucl.ac.uk/people/finney/RS_mtng.pdf .


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John Finney
Dept of Physics and Astronomy
University College London
Gower Street
London WC1E 6BT
UK
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Phone: +44 20 7679 7850
Fax:     +44 20 7679 1360
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