Birth, Life, & Death of Proteins
Protein Evolution & Design
Protein Folding & Misfolding
Emerging Methods for Protein Research
Membrane Protein Folding & Function
Proteins on the Move
Applied Protein Research
Dynamic Modulation of Protein Function
Interface Between Proteins & Nucleic Acids
Interdisciplinary Approaches to Protein Science
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About The Protein Society:
The Protein Society is a not-for-profit scholarly society with a mission to advance state-of-the-art science through international forums that promote communication, cooperation, and collaboration among scientists involved in the study of proteins.
For almost 30 years, The Protein Society has served as the intellectual home of investigators across all disciplines -and from around the world- involved in the study of protein structure, function, and design. The Society provides forums for scientific collaboration and communication and supports the professional growth of young investigators through workshops, networking opportunities, and by encouraging junior researchers to participate fully in the annual symposium. As well as the meeting, the Society’s prestigious journal Protein Science, edited by Brian Matthews, serves as an ideal platform for furthering the science of proteins in the broadest possible sense.