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How to become a member of TCES – new registration and payment system

Dear all

As we are approaching the early bird registration deadline for the TCES 2017 conference, I wanted to highlight to you that membership of the society is now administrated through our new website.  

https://tces.org/tces-membership/

This online system will allow you the ability to join the society, to pay membership fees through PayPal (note that you don’t need a PayPal account to do this), to update your details if they change, and to generate a membership certificate with a membership number. 

Further details can be found at the webpage above for those joining the society for the first time and for those who have been members previously.

Please note that we are no longer accepting membership applications through the former Word document form.  If you pay by standing order (please cancel this) or have paid recently by BACS transfer, please let me know and I will confirm payment and update your details on our membership database.

 

Regards

Felicity Rose

TCES membership secretary

 

TCES 2017 Conference

Early-bird registration closes for the TCES 2017 conference on the 10th of June 2017! New users will need to first register with the abstract submission system (Ex Ordo) at https://tces2017.exordo.com. We invite submission of papers on the key and related topics to tissue and cell engineering for consideration for oral or poster presentations.

For more information please see the conference website: http://www2.mmu.ac.uk/shs/about-us/events/tces-2017/ and/or our conference page: https://tces.org/tces-2017/

TCES 2016

TCES 2016The 16th Annual Meeting of the TCES at UCL will bring together the UK research community in cell and tissue engineering, with exciting national and international speakers. Our themed sessions cover diverse new approaches and attitudes to the field; for example, the potential of mathematical and physical sciences to direct tissue engineering and regenerative medicine research, through to clinical and commercial translation.

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