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6th International Symposium on Speciation of Elements in Biological and Toxicological Sciences

This interdisciplinary conference with a 15-year long tradition follows those organized in Bergen, Norway, 1991; Leon, Norway, 1994; Port Douglas, Australia, 1997; Whistler, Canada, 2000; and Almuńécar, Spain, 2003. Its main objective is to discuss in an informal atmosphere (about 80 participants) recent advances in the environmental chemistry, biology and medicine of trace element species.

Date: 21.06.2006 - 25.06.2006
National/International: International
Language: English
Type: Symposium
Location: Bialowieza, Poland
Contact: Symposium "ISSEBETS 2006" Secretariat
9 Bobrowiecka Street (D1-2)
00-728 Warszawa, Poland
Tel.: +48 22 559 22 55
Fax: +48 322 559 22 32
e-mail: issebets2006@eurocongress.com.pl
Conference web site at:   http:⁄⁄www.eurocongress.com.pl⁄issebets2006

Conference venue 
The venue is located near the eastern border of Poland, ca. 200 km from the Warsaw International Airport in the last remnant of Europe's once extensive primeval forests. In this ancient forest, European bisons still roam free, and while hiking or cycling along the tourist routes a meeting with a European bison, or other animals such as deer, wild boar, wolf or lynx, can be expected. Hundreds of birds can be heard in the trees overhead, and colourful flowers and strange and exotic mushrooms abound in the forest undergrowth. Conforming to the tradition of the previous meetings of this series, an extensive social program with a local touch will accompany the scientific sessions.


  • metallomics and metalloproteomics
  • fate of environmental metal contaminants
  • metal species in health and disease
  • cycling of elemental species in the environment
  • essential and toxic elements in food
  • speciation related regulations and legislation
  • speciation related regulations and legislation
  • metal environmental bioremediadion
  • analytical methodology for determining elemental species


January 15,2006Submission of Abstracts
February 15,2006Notification of acceptance
March 15,2006Reduced fee payment
March 31,2006Hotel reservation

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