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Date: Wed Feb 7 07:52:30 2007
Subject: 07.03.13 MGMS Silver Jubilee Meeting, SOAS, Russell Square, London
The MGMS has recently celebrated its Silver Jubilee, which marks a 
major milestone both for the Society and for the Computational 
Chemistry community as a whole. The last 25 years have seen enormous 
growth in the discipline and the field now benefits from a 
well-established and diverse research base. As well as the strong 
academic foundation, computational methods are now also widely 
employed within industry, particularly in the pharmaceutical and 
materials science areas. Over the last 10 years, the computational 
community has also been heavily involved in the growth of the spin-off 
disciplines of bioinformatics and chemoinformatics.

This one-day meeting, to celebrate the achievements, will be held on 
13 March, 2007 at The School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS),
Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London. It draws together speakers 
from both academia and industry and provides an opportunity to reflect 
on progress, successful applications and future directions.

Registration for this meeting is now open.
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