14th Workshop of the International Study Group for Systems Biology 2010

6-10 September 2010, Vladimir, Russia

Dear all!!! Thank you for your participation! The Conference was very exciting and rich in scientific results!

We were very glad to meet you in Russia!

The photos from the Conference will be available at our site next week.

*Update* Book of abstracts you can find here

*Important Information*

Glad to welcome you at the page of 14th Workshop of the ISGSB (14th in the series originally known as BioThermoKinetics workshops, or BTK)!

The International Study Group for Systems Biology is a loose collective of international researchers interested in advancing the biological sciences through exploring the interplay between theory and experiment. From 1989 to 2004, the collective went under the name of the International Study Group for BioThermoKinetics (or BTK) and organized workshops every two years. In 2004, at its Oxford meeting, the group decided that the emergent term ‘Systems Biology’ was a more accurate and meaningful description of its concerns, and accordingly changed its name to International Study Group for BioThermoKinetics which at the Trakai meeting in 2006 was again changed to the current name, International Study Group for Systems Biology (ISGSB). However, most of the group would consider that BTK had in many respects anticipated the development of Systems Biology, and its members were Systems Biologists before they knew it, just as Harry Kroto was in retrospect a nanotechnologist though he did not know that at the time.

ISGSB-2010 will be held in the suburbs of Vladimir, in 215 km from Moscow, in the out-of-town hotel Veles-club.


Sincerely yours,
Dr. Yaroslav Nartsissov
Chairman of the Workshop ISGSB-2010