We’re delighted to announce that there have been a record number of registrations for this conference so far, totally vindicating the decision to specialise uniquely on biohydrometallurgy. (The previous conferences in the series have been Bio & Hydrometallurgy.)
Registrations include a number of representatives of major industry and academic groups from around the world. I hope that this conference will provide an exciting interface leading to the communication and collaboration between industry and academia that is so important in the continuing development of this field.
The conference is less than three weeks away. The current timetable can be viewed here http://tinyurl.com/8yw3phx. Registration details here: http://tinyurl.com/6px6uzy. Cornwall is beautiful at this time of year, and I hope that delegates can take advantage by staying on a few days after the conference ends: http://tinyurl.com/cdfyhn5.
Anyone who has yet to book accommodation should do so as soon as possible. Falmouth is always busy in the summer, and the loss of the Falmouth Beach Hotel (http://bit.ly/KYB6YC) has reduced the number of rooms available even further.
obo MEI and the Biohydrometallurgy 2012 consultants.