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Upcoming EuroBICs


16th European Biologic Inorganic Chemistry Conference (EuroBIC-16), Grenoble, France: Jul 24-28, 2022 >>Webpage<<
17th European Biologic Inorganic Chemistry Conference (EuroBIC-17), Münster, Germany: 2024



Live Webinar featuring the Plenary Lecturers of EuroBIC-15:

Aug. 17/18, 2020 (see program)
The following recordings are available for later viewing:
PL-1 Sylvestre Bonnet - "Photoactivated chemotherapy based on transition metals towards the treatment of hypoxic tumors"
PL-2 Sonja Herres-Pawlis - "Guanidines strike back: Exceptional substrate diversity in oxygenation reactions catalyzed by bis(μ-oxo) copper complex"
PL-3 Jens Müller - "Metal-modified DNA: Where bioinorganic chemistry meets supramolecular chemistry"
PL-4 Eric Skaar - "The intersection of nutrition and infection at the host-pathogen interface"
PL-8 Kallol Ray - "Small molecule activation at transition metal centers: Structure-function correlations"
PL-9 Stéphane Ménage - "Deciphering the mechanism of artificial enzymes: A rationale for the unexpected selectivity of an artificial Ru-dependent oxidase for alkene conversion"



EuroBIC-15 in Iceland was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic



EuroBIC Medal 2020: Awardee selected


Applications to host EuroBIC-18 in 2026

Call to submit a bid
The EuroBIC conferences are organized and chaired exclusively by members of the European Biological Inorganic Chemistry community. EuroBIC conferences are strictly non-profit and all efforts are made to keep conference fees as low as possible to allow the maximum number of participants to attend these largest European meetings of Biological Inorganic Chemists. It is a particular concern to promote young scientists from the PhD student level on by low special fees and opportunities to present their results - not only in form of posters but also with dedicated time slots for oral presentations.
Bids should include:

  • Letter of intent signed by the co-chairs (optimum number 2, participation of women encouraged)
  • Support letter(s) from the Institute/Faculty/University (and/or)
  • Proposal of conference date(s)
  • Description of conference location
  • Preliminary conference schedule
  • Preliminary budget and registration fees
  • Cost of housing/hotels, in particular low cost housing for students

  • Deadline for bids is one month before the start of the next EuroBIC

    Bids (everything combined in a single pdf file) must be sent by e-mail to the EuroBIC Secretary and at least one of the co-chairs must be present at the next EuroBIC conference (that is Reykjavik) to present the proposal to the committee.
    The committee consists of seven members with voting rights: Two co-chairs each of the past, present, and future EuroBICs, as well as the EuroBIC Secretary.