The General Assembly of IUPAB held at Edinburgh, July 18th, 2018, elected new Officers and new Members of the Council.
Early Career Travel Grants are to assist young biophysicists, especially from developing countries, and applications will open from Monday, January 09, 2017.
These IUPAB awards are intended to supplement, rather than to fully pay travel expenses.
Maximum award is $1000 Euros and minimum is $250 Euros. The awards are not intended to cover the cost of registration to the Congress.
Application Form is available in pdf on the IUPAB website under “Forms” in “ABOUT US”. This will give you all the information necessary to complete an application.
Closing date for applications is Friday, March 24, 2017.
After that date, a lengthy evaluation process by the IUPAB Executive takes place, and all applicants will then be advised of the outcome of their applications.
Applicants must present a poster or platform contribution to the Congress, and it is required that supervisors approve of their attendance.
The funds will be paid in cash in Euros at the actual congress, and it is a condition that recipients attend the whole congress. They must register on Day 1 at the YSTA booth, and the location will be posted near the Registration area.
Passport or similar photoID must be provided, together with a photocopy to be left with us for attachment to an official receipt form.
Payments will be made on the final morning of the congress, and a receipt must be signed by each recipient.
This is a requirement of our Auditors, and payments cannot be made without compliance with this condition.
For perusal prior to the General Assembly at the 19th IBC in Edinburgh IUPAB Independent report for 2017.
From March 26 to April 7, Professor Zihe Rao lead a delegation of Chinese scientists to visit Paul Scherrer Institute, Swiss Light Source Novartis, Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry, Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge University, Diamond Light Source, Oxford University et al. They were invited by Nobel laureate Robert Huber, Nobel laureate Venkatraman Ramakrishnan, Sir Tom Blundell, Sir Andrew McMichael et al.
During this visit in Oxford, as current President of IUPAB, Prof. Rao took time to meet with Prof. Andrew Turberfield, the co-chair of 19th IUPAB congress. Prof. Turberfield reported the progress of the preparations, and they also discussed some issues about 19th congress. Prof. Rao highly praised the achievements of the organizing committee lead by Prof. Turberfield and Prof. Watts, and sincerely appreciated their efforts during the preparation of 19th IUPAB congress. Prof. Rao is very delighted to accept the invitation to write a welcome remark in the program book.
Finally, as the President of Biophysics Society of China (BSC), Prof. Rao emphasized that BSC will continuously support the 19th IUPAB and put bigger efforts into encouraging more participants from China. Both sides agree to invite Professor Sunny Xie from Harvard University, to give the Bei Shizhang Lecture（Bei Lecture）at 19th IUPAB. BSC agreed to pay $2,000 as an award to the speaker of the Bei Lecture
CODATA President, Geoffrey Boulton, has published his message to the CODATA community in which he sets out CODATA’s strategic vision and priorities over the next four years: