All topics in the field of Biological Inorganic (Bioinorganic) Chemistry are welcome at the conference including the broader emerging areas where it is interfacing with Nanoscience, Synthetic Biology and Supramolecular Chemistry. To assist in grouping similar abstracts we request presenters select the most suitable of the 7 topics. These topics should be interpreted broadly.
Oral Abstracts submission has now closed.
Submitting Authors of Oral Abstracts will be notified of abstract acceptance during June.
Poster Abstract submission has now closed.
Submitting Authors of Poster Abstracts will be notified of abstract acceptance during week commencing 25th June.
All correspondence regarding the abstracts will be sent to the submitting author. Please note that authors of abstracts are not automatically registered for the conference.
Oral presentations are allocated 20 minutes.
Early Career Researchers oral presentations are allocated 15 minutes.
Posters should be A0 portrait (841x1189mm).
- Metals in medicine, Therapy, Imaging and Diagnosis
Including: Metals and Nucleic Acids; Metallo-drugs; Inorganic Nanoparticles and Biomolecular Interactions; Bio-orthogonal Inorganic Chemistry; Nanoscience and nanoformulation ; Chelate therapy and Metal-related Diseases; MRI and Fluorescence Imaging
- Metalloproteins and Metalloenzymes, structure and function
Including Hemes, oxidases and P450s; Copper; FeS; Zinc; Non-heme iron; Ca, Mn, Ni, Co, Mo…
- Bioinorganic Chemistry and Energy
Including Artificial Photosystems – From Light to Chemical Energy
- Biomimetic and Bioinspired coordination chemistry and Synthetic biology
Including Bio-coordination chemistry: complexes of peptides, nucleotides and related ligands
Including Metabolism of Metal ions and metal homeostasis, siderophores
- Methods and Analytical Techniques in Bioinorganic Chemistry
- Biomineralization; Environmental and Geochemical Bioinorganic Chemistry
We are pleased to be able to offer Poster Prizes from the following supporters.
Wiley Poster Winner will receive a £200 voucher for Wiley books and a copy of ‘Iron Metabolism - From Molecular Mechanisms to Clinical Consequences 4e’.
Royal Society of Chemistry, ChemComm Poster Winner will receive £100 in RSC book vouchers, certificate and online promotion of winners.
Royal Society of Chemistry, Chemical Science Poster Winner will receive £100 in RSC book vouchers, a certificate and online promotion as a winner.
Royal Society of Chemistry, Dalton Transactions Poster Winner will receive £100 in RSC book vouchers, a certificate and online promotion as a winner.
Royal Society of Chemistry, Metallomics Poster Winner will receive £100 in RSC book vouchers, a certificate and online promotion as a winner.