Join BioMed Central at ISMB/ECCB

Come and visit BioMed Central
at the upcoming
19thAnnual International Conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology and 10th European Conference on
Computational Biology (ISMB/ECCB 2011)
, in Vienna 17 – 19 July, where we will be exhibiting at booth #11 right next door to our
colleagues from Springer in booth #12. Drop by the booth to catch up on the
latest news from BioMed Central and grab some giveaways.

The biannual ISMB/ECCB
conference is the largest conference on computational biology and brings
together the most influential figures in the field. The bioinformatics and
systems biology communities are continuing to support open access publishing
and as a result BioMed Central’s journal portfolio is growing. The conference
is a great way to find out more about our new journals, as well as the latest
updates from our established titles 
BMC Bioinformatics and BMC Systems Biology.

What’s
happening at BioMed Central booth (#11):

» Play your cards
right!
Come
and show us your poker face to receive some BioMed Central playing cards, so
you can try your luck against your colleagues.

» ISCB Student Council Symposium – BioMed Central is proud to be sponsoring the ISCB Student Council Symposium for the 6th year. We appreciate the importance of supporting
young researchers and are pleased to be involved in this event.

» Hear about our new journals – BioMed Central is launching three new journals that are relevant to the computational biology and open science communities. Open Research
Computation
, edited by Dr Cameron
Neylon
, GigaScience edited by Dr Laurie Goodman and Open
Network Biology
edited by Dr Eric Schadt will
be launching soon – keep checking the websites for the latest news.    

                

» Meet the team – Come and say hello
to Ruth King, Journal Publisher, Simon Harold and Angela Wipperman, BioMed
Central’s Executive Editor and Journal Development Editor, respectively, for bioinformatics
and Nishkala Thiru, Marketing Executive – they will be able to answer any
questions you may have.

We look forward to seeing you!

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