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Social Programme

The Social Programme of The Biochemistry Global Summit will include:

Welcome Reception in the Congress venue

Saturday, 9th July 2022
Start: 18:00 (till 19:30)

Location: Lisbon Congress Centre (CCL)
 
About the Event: After the Opening Ceremony we invite all participants of the Congress to network with your colleagues in the Rio Pavilion of the congress venue where the exhibition and the poster area are located. This historical building was launched on May, 1957 and was for 40 years the space for the International Fair of Lisbon.

Dress Code: casual
Menu: snacks and drinks
Price: included in the registration fee

2022 Congress Dinner 


Wednesday,
13th July 2020
Start:
20:30 (till 22:30); 
Location: to be informed in due time
 
Dress Code: Casual
Menu: to be informed in due time
Price: 40 EUR
Please note the number of participants is limited.



FEBS YSF Bridge Event

Monday, 11th July 2020
Start: 13:30 (till 14:30)
Rio Pavilion, Congress venue

This activity aims to gather young scientists who want to learn more about initiatives from IUBMB, FEBS and PABMB for early-career researchers, particularly the Young Scientists’ Forum (YSF), and also provides an opportunity to make new acquaintances with peers at the Congress in a fun and friendly atmosphere. 

We warmly invite all PhD students and postdocs of the Congress to participate in this event – together we will build a bridge between FEBS YSFs in the past and in the future! We will talk about recent YSF events and present opportunities to participate in next year's FEBS YSF in Russia.  

After the talks we encourage you to chat over drinks and snacks. We want this gathering to become a platform to meet other scientists at an early stage in their careers and establish contacts between young people participating in IUBMB, FEBS and PABMB Congresses. We will also be holding a draw for a free registration for the FEBS Congress in Russia in July 2023.

The YSF Bridge Event is organized by the FEBS Working Group on the Careers of Young Scientists.