The International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry is an annual event that brings together researchers from around the world to discuss the latest advances in their field. This year’s congress was held in Montreal, Canada, and featured presentations on a wide range of topics, from the physiology of marine invertebrates to the biochemistry of plant viruses.
The congress was organized by the Canadian Society for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, in collaboration with several other scientific societies. Attendees included researchers from universities and research institutes, as well as representatives from pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies.
The congress offered a unique opportunity to network with fellow researchers and discuss potential collaborations. It also provided a forum for sharing new findings and discussing future research directions. The congress also included a poster session where students had the chance to highlight their research results. As in previous years, the congress was evaluated by attendees. At this year’s event, participants were particularly impressed by the scientific quality of the presentations and posters, as well as the logistical arrangements made at the venue (e.g., schedule and location).