The Biophysical Society will hold its 50th annual meeting in Salt Lake City from Saturday through Wednesday at the Salt Palace Convention Center.
The meeting brings together leading scientists from across the United States and around the world to present research, share ideas and initiate new programs. It will feature a combination of symposia, workshops, platform sessions, posters and technology displays.
More than 5,500 attendees are expected, along with more than 120 exhibit booths, 19 symposia and six workshops. This year's meeting will feature Dr. Kazuhiko Kinosita Jr. of Wasada University, who will give the National Lecture: "Probing Nature's Nanoscale Machines with Microscale Probes."
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