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http://www.internetconferences.net/

Scientific conferences emphasising synergy and interaction. By invitation with a special emphasis on young researchers.

http://www.euroscicon.com/

Organisers of scientific symposiums, meetings, and conferences based in Europe: schedule of future meetings.

http://www.tef3-2009.it/

The official website of an international symposium that will be held in 2009. The attendance will include representatives from a variety of scientific disciplines, including chemists, biologist, and toxicologist. The conference programme and all relevant information about this meeting will be published on this site in due course.

http://www.biotechnologymeetings.com/

Provides a comprehensive listing of biotechnology and pharmaceutical conferences in the US and Europe. Visitors can discuss their experiences at specific conferences and make recommendations.

http://www.wikicfp.com/

A Wiki website that allows user to publish and share "Calls For Papers" for conferences in diverse fields of science.

http://www.arctic-change2008.com/

Conference to be held in Quebec, Canada, that is set to bring together researchers, students, policy makers and stakeholders from all fields of Arctic research and all countries to address the global challenges and opportunities related to climate change in the circum-Arctic.

http://www.nanobioviews.net/

Homepage for a series of international meetings devoted to instrumentation and applications of nanotechnology in the life sciences, organized by the company JPK Instruments, Berlin, Germany.

http://www.ecsbm.eu/

ECSBM is held every two years in a different European country. It is attended by researchers using spectroscopic techniques to investigate biomolecules, cells, or tissues and will be held from August 28 - September 2, 2009, in Palermo, Italy.

http://www.globaldialogueconference.org/

International interdisciplinary conference on notions of responsibility across cultures and the conceptual challenges of climate change for moral reasoning and conflict prevention. November 3 - 6, 2009 at Aarhus University, Denmark.

http://www.sciencedz.net/

Directory for scientific events, conferences, seminars and workshops.

http://www.hicsocial.org/

Annual conference that provides an opportunity for academicians and professionals from various social sciences related fields from all over the world to come together and learn from each other.

http://www.wseas.org/

Promotes the development of new mathematical methods and computational techniques as well as their applications in science and engineering.

http://www.conferencearoundtheworld.com/

Directory of conferences.

http://simultech.org/

The 6th International Conference on Simulation and Modeling Methodologies, Technologies and Applications

http://www.wonderfest.org/

Biannual event in which pairs of researchers discuss and debate current scientific questions. Much of the event is available for review over the internet in audio and video formats.

http://www.worldsciencefestival.com/

Annual science festival to be held in New York starting 2008. Site contains information about partners and advisers, as well as contact information and a link to a video clip containing more information about the festival itself.

http://www.science-festival.lu/

Includes information about the Science Circus, previous festivals, and the current program. In French, English and German.

http://www.britishscienceassociation.org/

Festival organized by the British Science Association. Includes news, booking information, event descriptions, and job offers.

http://www.manchestersciencefestival.com/

Annual event. Programme, blogs, contact info.

http://www.sciencerendezvous.ca/

Information about open days, details of how to volunteer, and contact organizers. Canada.

http://www.ltc2010-london.co.uk/

Took place on Tuesday July 6th in London, UK. Offered active debate, discussion and reflection around learning and teaching issues, and workshop sessions.

http://www.scifest.org.nz/

Information about events, with a focus on the 2006 festival. Also features a festival weblog, a festival wiki, and special material for schools and for children.

http://www.thebigbangfair.co.uk/

A celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths for young people in the UK. Programmes, registration.