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A conference on charge transfer in biosystems will take place from 17 to 22 July 2011 in Obergurgl, Austria.
Charge transfer in biological molecules is an important topic because of its implications in chemical reactions in living organisms and for the potential exploitation in nanotechnology.
The measurement and theoretical description of the phenomena have been traditionally developed and carried out by the chemistry community, with typical instruments and tools. In the last couple of decades, with the advent of nanotechnology and the investigation of nucleic acids and proteins in this context, interest in charge transfer has risen in other fields, notably physics and engineering.
The conference will bring together scientists active in the theoretical and experimental investigation of charge transfer in biomolecules and complex systems to assess the latest in the field in terms of methods and knowledge. There will also be significant possibilities for new cooperation initiatives and young scientists pursuing a multidisciplinary career that bridges physics, chemistry, biology and engineering.
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