[3dem] GRC Locations
ulrike.boehm at gmail.com
Mon Jan 30 12:17:47 PST 2017
It is a good suggestion. But we would still run into difficulties for
foreign scientists (from the banned countries) doing research in the US who
might not be able to return to their US institution after conferences in
Europe and Asia.
Ulrike Boehm, Ph.D.
Laboratory of Receptor Biology & Gene Expression
NCI, National Institutes of Health
Building 41, Room B303
41 Medlars Drive
Bethesda, MD-20892, United States
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ulrike.boehm at nih.gov
On 30 January 2017 at 15:08, Henning Stahlberg <henning.stahlberg at unibas.ch>
> Dear Nancy,
> Science is open and international. The US is currently not, unfortunately.
> Until that situation is resolved, may I ask you to consider moving the
> upcoming GRC conferences to openly accessible locations, such as
> international conference sites as in Cancun in Mexico or in other
> This would allow fair and equal access of scientist from all countries and
> religions to your conferences, and prevent a boycott movement from forming.
> Your conferences in Europe and Asia are a great start.
> With best wishes,
> Henning Stahlberg.
> Henning Stahlberg, PhD
> Prof. for Structural Biology, C-CINA, Biozentrum, University Basel
> Mattenstrasse 26 | D-BSSE | WRO-1058 | CH-4058 Basel | Switzerland
> http://c-cina.org | Tel. +41-61-387 32 62 <+41%2061%20387%2032%2062>
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