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  • NESS Symposium  – Registration Deadline Oct 5 NESS Symposium – Registration Deadline Oct 5
    The 15th Annual North Eastern Structure Symposium (NESS), to be held on Saturday October 20, 2018 at UConn Health in Farmington, CT.  This year’s theme is Biomolecular Design and Structure Prediction.  The abstract submission deadline is October 5th. For more information about the meeting and to register, please visit our website at:   https://pesb.uconn.edu/ness-18/

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