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MOL2NET: FROM MOLECULES TO NETWORKS (PROC. BOOK), 2018, Vol. 3, 679 pp.
Humbert Gonzalez-Diaz * 1 , Sonia Arrasate 1 , Nuria Sotomayor 1 , Esther Lete 1 , Fernando P Cossío 2 , Esther Dominguez 1 , Danail Bonchev 3 , Subhash C Basak 4 , David Quesada 5 , James J Chou 6
1  Department of Organic Chemistry II, University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), Biscay, Spain
2  Department of Organic Chemistry I, University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), Gipuzkoa, Spain
3  Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), USA
4  University of Minnesota, MN, USA
5  School of Science, Technology, and Engineering Management St. Thomas University, Miami, FL, USA
6  Department Biological Chemistry & Molecular Pharmacology (BCMP), Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA 02115, USA.

10.3390/mol2net-03-05179
Abstract:

Proceedings of the conference MOL2NET International Conference on Multidisciplinary Sciences (3rd edition), 2017. Year-Round conference series hosted by MDPI Sciforum, Basel, Switzerland. These conferences have more than 10 associated workshop series in universities of USA, Spain, China, Chile, Brazil, etc. These workshop series run in person and/or online. Some of these workshops are the SRI-08 St Thomas University (STU)- Miami Dade College (MDC), Miami, USA; WCUCW, West Coast University, Miami, USA; IWMEDIC UDC, Coruña, Spain, etc. The conference series also has general online only sections for online publication of online papers, research highligths of previous papers, letters, short revies, etc. The topics are multidisciplinary covering, but not limited to, Chemistry (All areas), Physics, Biology, Ecology, Statistics, Bioinformatics, Education, Nanotechnology, Materials, Computational, Complex Networks, and Social sciences, etc. This edition attracted >200 communications submitted by >400 authors. Thank you very much to all colleagues for your kind support.

Keywords: Chemistry (All areas), Physics, Biology, Ecology, Statistics, Bioinformatics, Education, Nanotechnology, Materials, Computational, Complex Networks, and Social sciences
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