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XIII SBBN Congress and 20th IUPAB Congress, Foz do Iguaçu, 26-30/10/2020

Since 2017, the Brazilian Society on Nuclear Biosciences (SBBN) is affiliated to the International Union for Pure and Applied Biophysics (IUPAB).

We are very proud promoting the XIII SBBN Congress along with the 20th IUPAB Congress, being this opportunity the best scenario for the scientific multidisciplinary approach.

The XIII SBBN Congress will be held in parallel with the 20th International Congress of IUPAB, the 45th Annual Brazilian Biophysical Society (SBBf) Meeting, and the 49th Annual Brazilian Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Society (SBBq) Meeting. All participants may attend these four events paying only one inscription.

IUPAB expects close to 3,000 participants from all over the world bringing together distinguished professionals and young students in the field of Biophysics, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from both academic institutions and private enterprise.

The IUPAB Program will be complete, with 9 plenary lectures, which include 3 Nobel prizes, and 30 symposia. Additionally, the program will be composed of oral communications and 3 days Poster Sessions.

The SBBN Program will be composed of 11 symposia, 4 courses, 4 oral communication sections and the Nuclear Biosciences Poster Section. SBBN expects participants in the field of Biology, Medicine, Pharmacy, Chemistry, Physics and Engineering. For planning the SBBN Congress program, they were established three objectives:

1) Presenting nuclear energy innovations in Health (drug discovery, molecular imaging and therapy) and Agriculture (food irradiation and plagues extermination), as well as the radioisotopes production technology and the uranium fuel cycle environmental impact. For all those activities, the Safety Culture is mandatory for the protection of workers, public, patients and the environmental, including animals and plants.

2) Comparing the models used in Radiation Biology, both for low doses or high exposures rates, with the achievements in Cellular and Molecular Biology, Genetics, Epidemiology, Immunology, Pharmacology, and, specially, Biochemistry and Biophysics. The risk analysis (nuclear, radiological, sanitary and environmental) conducted by the regulatory bodies should be continuously updated according to the scientific state of the art.

3) Creating opportunities for the nuclear energy promotion among researchers, teachers, students, professionals and the general public. In this context, the satellite activity – the meeting with the Foz do Iguaçu high school teachers – is an example.

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