The New Grants Committee Mini-Symposium will consist of three sessions on science, technology and commercialization, with an emphasis on SBIR grants.
Symposium on the burgeoning field of Epitranscriptomics with workshops including technologies developed at The RNA Institute.
This international RNA symposium will be held at the University at Albany in Albany, New York.
This RNA symposium consisted of a luncheon and a half day of scientific presentations followed by a poster session and reception.
The 2nd Annual Symposium on RNA Science and its Applications sponsored by Sigma-Aldrich was held on March 20th, 2015.