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BEE Workshop Online Registration and Payment

Please complete this form to register to attend the 2nd Bio-Electrical Engineering (BEE) Workshop, on Electrical Cell Biology, taking place on the 28-29 March 2019 at Radcliffe Conference Centre, University of Warwick, CV4 7SH.

The full registration fee to attend this two-day workshop is £300 (£200 for Students) and includes:
  • Workshop attendance for both days (28th and 29th March)
  • 3-course lunch on both days (28th and 29th March)
  • 3-course evening meal on 28th March
  • Bed & Breakfast accommodation at Warwick Conferences for the 28th March

    *Please note: The Registration Fee for Members of the EPSRC NetworkPlus “Physics out of Equilibrium” has been subsidised by the Network for this event. Please select the appropriate option during registration to receive your subsidy. Unfortunately, the Network is unable to subsidise the Registration Fee for PhD students.

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