Friday, December 23, 2016

BIT's Annual World Congress of Molecular & Cell Biology (CMCB)

This WORLD CONGRESS (the entrepreneurs of the Middle Kingdom think big) "will provide a platform for participants to discuss the unsolved mysteries in molecular & cell biology. The organizing committee of CMCB-2017 devotes itself to supply the most cutting-edge technology information to you. We aim to bring together Experts from academic, industrial professionals and key-decision makers to present their new achievement on their research." As befits a scientific conference, the website promises (12/23/16) that "[d]uring the congress, we will set up a series of activities such as Scientific Program ... ."

It will be a busy time, as BIT's 2nd Annual International Congress of Genetics (ICG-2017) is scheduled at the same time and place. 

The "honorary chair" is "Dr. Yuxin Yin, Dean & Director, Peking University, China." "Keynote speakers" are "Dr. Martin Banwell, Professor, Australian National University, Australia; Dr. Christian Patermann, Former Director, European Commission, Germany; Dr. Robert S. Plumb, Professor, Imperial College, London, UK; and Dr. Dongping Zhong, Professor, Ohio State University, USA."

Seems like they might be slipping in the big name department, though. Last year, they had Dr. Arieh Warshel, Distinguished Professor, University of Southern California, USA, Nobel Prize Laureate in Chemistry, and others who "gave their wonderful speeches at keynote forum and are warmly received."

But there is hope. After all, their email says that they want me!

  •  12/22/16, 12/23/16: Dear Dr. David H. Kaye, Warm greetings and best wishes for Christmas and the New Year. We are pleased to announce that the 7th Annual World Congress of Molecular & Cell Biology (CMCB-2017) will be held during April 25-27, 2017 at Xi'an, China. Until now, we have confirmed nearly 300 speakers to give wonderful speeches in CMCB-2017, meanwhile, together with other 2 parallel congresses, about 800 of outstanding international scientists in related field will attend the conference and show their latest progress, we genuinely hope you will be able to join us together. If you are interested in, please email to, thanks. Look forward to hearing from you. Kind regards, Judy [who provides no affiliation or address, and no mention of BIT, but who emailed from,,, judy1991@world-cmcb2016, judy1992@world-cmcb2016].

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