Raffaele Conte

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Location: Croydon, Surrey, United Kingdom
Work: Chemistry, Biology, Pharmacology
Biographical: Mobile: 07411260423 I am a graduated in Chemical and Pharmaceutical technology and I am a member of the "General Pharmaceutical Council", of the " Institute of Science and Technology" and of the "Cambridge Natural History Society". I am working on genetics and I have did a publication in a peer -reviewed journal.
Favourite Publications: IST Journal, Nature, Science

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Research Cooperative
03/09/12 07:47:12PM @chief-admin:

Dear Raffaele,

Several weeks ago I made a country focus group calledResearch Co-op Italy, btu have not had time to ask members in Italy to join.

It would be great if you can join that group, and encourage others to join. The aim of every country focus group in our network is to look at how to support academic/scientific publishing efforts in each country.

As with everything in this network, I do not expect fast development!

My preference is for steady organic evolution... to build a robust yet flexible network with a clear focus on getting research published, in any language that people are working with.

Here are the building blocks for a living network... but I hope it does not take two billion years for life to appear!

:-)

P. (Admin.)


Research Cooperative
16/08/12 10:41:14PM @chief-admin:

Dear Raffaele,

You might like to join our group for research and research communication related to chemistry.

See: http://researchcooperative.org/group/chemicalworld

Are you looking at the genetics behind the production of bioactive compounds? It's a vast area.

Peter (Admin., Kyoto)