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Metabolomics ConferenceThe Second Annual Canadian Metabolomics Conference will be held from May 1-2, 2019, in Canmore, Alberta. The conference will highlight work by leading researchers, including new technologies and approaches for metabolomics research, and applications in various fields. The conference will feature networking opportunities and a poster session designed for trainees to present their work. The Alberta Epigenetics Network will be offering trainee travel awards. Our goal is to highlight the exceptional metabolomics science that is being done in Canada and abroad, and foster Canada's leadership role in the global research community.
For details, visit https://www.canmetcon.ca/.
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