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MDPI will be attending the 11th AOHUPO and 7th AOAPO Congress, hosted by the SSMS and the Malaysian Proteomics Society (MAPS), which will be held from 8 to 10 May 2023, in Singapore. The 3-day face-to-face joint congress will feature distinguished invited speakers in 5 plenary sessions and 27 concurrent sessions, covering broad topics of proteomics and mass spectrometry technologies and applications in health/biomedical research, agriculture/aquaculture, food, and environmental sciences. Congress participants will have the opportunity to submit abstracts for oral and poster presentations. In addition, the organizers have also planned to hold a Young Scientist Forum (YSF) for young scientists as a preconference activity.
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