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WELCOME TO BERMUDA!
The 4th Annual Bermuda Principles Impact Conference brings together scientists from all over the world to the home of where the notion of data sharing in science began, Bermuda. The Bermuda Principles, drafted in 1996 at "The International Strategy Meeting on Human Genome Sequencing, was set to ensure all genetic data generated was put into the public domain within 24 hours, and available to all for the advancement of science. The impact of the Bermuda Principles on the pace and depth of scientific research is celebrated at this meeting whilst shining light on recent advances in a chosen field of genetics. This year's theme is Transcriptomics, highlighted through our varied scientific sessions, public engagement session, women in science tea and Bermuda Principles Award's Gala honoring Professor Joan Steitz. We look forward to you joining us for science and sun in the exotic island of Bermuda next February!
BERMUDA PRINCIPLES AWARDEE
Professor of Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry, Yale School of Medicine,
DISTINGUISHED KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Professor of Molecular Biology,
The University of Oxford, Oxford, England
Professor Steitz will also be delivering the ncRNAs keynote talk.
Conference Registration Prices (all early bird prices end September 30th):
Available add-ons to registration (valid until registration closes on December 17th)
Conference fees are inclusive of registration fees, a 4 night hotel stay at the Fairmount Southampton, all receptions, meals and the Bermuda Principles Awards Gala.