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The first biannual, one day Streptomyces meeting is to be held on 17th September 2007. It will be hosted alternately by the UEA (University of East Anglia) and the JIC (John Innes Centre) within the NRP (Norwich Research Park).  
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The first biannual, one day Streptomyces meeting is to be held on 17th September 2007 (0930 - 1600). It will be hosted alternately by the UEA (University of East Anglia) and the JIC (John Innes Centre) within the NRP (Norwich Research Park). They will consist of a series of short talks by postgrad and postdoc researchers along with a couple of invited speakers.
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All are welcome, further details to follow.
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All are welcome, further details to follow. Alternatively, e-mail [mailto:M.Hutchings@uea.ac.uk '''Matt Hutchings'''] if you wish to attend.
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The first biannual, one day Streptomyces meeting is to be held on 17th September 2007 (0930 - 1600). It will be hosted alternately by the UEA (University of East Anglia) and the JIC (John Innes Centre) within the NRP (Norwich Research Park). They will consist of a series of short talks by postgrad and postdoc researchers along with a couple of invited speakers.

All are welcome, further details to follow. Alternatively, e-mail Matt Hutchings if you wish to attend.


Image:Streptomyces_Symposium.jpg
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