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International conference on neuronal signalling in Eilat
24 February 2006 — 28 February 2006
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
More than 140 scientists from Israel, Europe, the U.S. and the Far East will gather in Eilat this weekend for a symposium dealing with topics related to neuronal signalling.
The symposium, from Feb. 24-28, is one of a series of Minerva Foundation symposia dealing with topics in physics, biology and chemistry, which are held annually in Germany or Israel and are aimed at bringing together scientists from those two nations with colleagues from other countries.
The conference in Eilat has been coordinated by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Saarland University in Germany. Prof. Baruch Minke of the Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School is co-organizer of the symposium.
Prof. Minke noted that there was a high demand for attendance at the symposium. In addition to those from Israel, participants are coming from Germany, Japan, the U.S., Holland, Belgium and Britain.