Lille lands four science congresses

Grand Palace unveils latest confirmed events

Lille Grand Palace
Lille Grand Palace

Lille Convention Bureau has confirmed four more scientific conventions in the French city's Grand Palais, taking place across the next two years.

The first is a five-day meeting for the Society of Biomolecular Sciences in April 2009, which will see some 2800 delegates attend conference sessions, plus an exhibition covering 15 000 sq m.

This is followed by two September events. The first is the European Convention on Homeopathy Research and Learning, where 500 delegates will meet for three days and Euro Bio 2009, a four-day meeting for 1,300 delegates.

The final conference win of the four is a meeting for ALFEDIAM - a French association for the study of diabetes and metabolic diseases. This event takes place in March 2010, where 3000 delegates will meet across four days, with a 10,000 sq m exhibition attached.

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