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6th RSC Protein and Peptide Science Group Early Stage Researcher Meeting, Durham, UK
Cambridge Research Biochemicals are once again sponsoring the PPSG Early Stage Researcher Meeting to be held at Durham University on Friday 13th November at St Mary's College, Durham. The meeting also coincides with the Durham Lumiere Festival, a light festival taking place from 12th -15th November which is held every two years. The festival features neons, video mapped projections and LEDs and was attended by a record 175,000 people in 2013.

Durham PhD students and postdocs working in all branches of peptide and protein chemistry are invited to present their work at this meeting. There will be 8-9 oral presentations given by both PhD students and postdoctoral research workers, and a poster session. Prizes for the best poster and the best oral presentation will be awarded and the day will close with a plenary lecture given by Professor David Spring (Cambridge).

The registration fee, which includes lunch, is £15. Participants should register by Thursday 5th November. To register,
please click here or contact Professor Alethea Tabor for more information. 
Steve Kent gives the plenary lecture at the November 2014 PPSG meeting held in Burlington House, London. 
CRB's Opening Ceremony in September 2014 included a tour of the peptide and Immunology facilities
To mark the occasion, custom peptide and custom antibody provider Cambridge Research Biochemicals, located just 20 miles from Durham in Billingham, Cleveland, are offering a tour of their peptide production facility between 1pm and 2.30pm which will be followed by light refreshments. 
Click here to request a place on CRB's Peptide Facility Tour
CRB are also giving away five free tickets to the Lumiere Festival on Friday 13th November. To win answer the question below: 

Which well-known protein is rich in Glycine and Proline?
Submit your answer here for a chance to win
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