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Software Demonstration Schedule

The purpose of the ISMB Software Demonstration session is to allow organizations to demonstrate, in private rooms, their software/hardware relevant to the molecular biology community. Demonstration times will be scheduled throughout the conference and are open to corporations, non-profit organizations, government labs and university staff and students.

For-profit: US$3,000
Non-profit: No Charge

Software Demonstration Benefits

  • Up to 2 hours of demonstration time
  • Listing in conference program with description of software and demonstration time
  • Private demonstration room

Corporate demos
In order to run a corporate demo, you must pay US$3,000 and complete the SIGN UP FORM.

Non-profit demo
The demo sessions are free for non-profit organizations, government labs and university staff and students. In order to run a non-profit demo, you must complete the SIGN UP FORM.

Each demo presentation will be allotted a one hour or a two hour time slot where the last 10 minutes will be reserved for preparation of the next demo. A maximum of two hours can be allotted within the times and dates listed on Agenda page. Slots will be filled on first come first serve basis for non-profit demos, and major sponsors first for corporate demos. If it is possible to arrange, then there will be a corporate track and a non-profit track.

Any demo slot requests or changes which should make it into the program, will have to be before July 5th, 2002. Last possible demo slot request, cancellation or change is July 12th, 2002.

For requests, for cancellation or change, please contact

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