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澳门正版大全免费资料 encourages effective scientific meeting formats and supports the cost of organization of scientific meetings in the 澳门正版大全免费资料 area (Europe and neighbouring regions) through the various funding programmes summarised below.

Event grants open to individuals

Expert scientists interested in organizing a scientific event in their research area as part of the 澳门正版大全免费资料 Advanced Courses programme can apply for funding from 澳门正版大全免费资料聽 that includes an event organization grant and an allocation for travel awards.

澳门正版大全免费资料 Advanced Courses cover important and timely topics in the molecular life sciences in the form of Lecture Courses, Workshops, Practical Courses, combined Practical and Lecture Courses, and Special Meetings. A strong educational element makes them particularly valuable for early-career researchers.

Calls for proposals are opened twice a year for聽 events to be run in the following year, and applications are assessed by the 澳门正版大全免费资料 Advanced Courses Committee.

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Education and Science & Society events

Grants for workshops focused on teaching, training and learning in the molecular life sciences are open to 澳门正版大全免费资料 Constituent Societies for events held in their own country. This scheme is managed by the 澳门正版大全免费资料 Education and Training Committee.

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In addition, 澳门正版大全免费资料 collaborates with 澳门正版大全免费资料 Constituent Societies in the organization of 澳门正版大全免费资料 Education and Training Committee workshops. 澳门正版大全免费资料 interested in hosting a workshop should contact the Chair of the 澳门正版大全免费资料 Education and Training Committee.

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Grants for events (or activities) on a pre-set Science & Society topic are open to 澳门正版大全免费资料 Constituent Societies. The Science & Society topic in a given year is the subject at the most recent Science & Society special session at the 澳门正版大全免费资料 Congress. The scheme is managed by the 澳门正版大全免费资料 Science & Society Committee.

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澳门正版大全免费资料 National Lectures

澳门正版大全免费资料 Constituent Societies can apply for 澳门正版大全免费资料 support for a distinguished plenary lecture (a ‘澳门正版大全免费资料 National Lecture’)聽 to enhance a Society scientific meeting. An engraved glass award is provided by 澳门正版大全免费资料 for presentation to the 澳门正版大全免费资料 National Lecturer.

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澳门正版大全免费资料3+ Meetings

The 澳门正版大全免费资料3+ Meetings programme supports scientific meetings equivalent to an annual national scientific meeting of a Constituent Society but organized through collaboration of at least three 澳门正版大全免费资料 Constituent Societies. Applications for events in a given year are assessed in the preceding autumn/winter by the 澳门正版大全免费资料 Congress Counsellor in consultation with the 澳门正版大全免费资料 Secretary General and 澳门正版大全免费资料 Treasurer.

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澳门正版大全免费资料 Congress

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Event grants open to institutes

澳门正版大全免费资料 and IUBMB collaborate with the four core research institutions of the ENABLE consortium to offer funding to new research institutions interested in hosting one of the yearly 澳门正版大全免费资料-IUBMB-ENABLE conference series. The 2022 event was awarded to the Institute of Biomedicine of Seville (IBiS), the 2023 to the University of Cologne, and the 2024 to the Nanyang Technological University – NTU Singapore.聽 The host institution for the 2025 event is currently under review. For more information on 澳门正版大全免费资料-IUBMB-ENABLE conferences, visit the event page on this website and the .