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Tuesday 9 May 2015 - Grand Brighton Hotel
Support vulnerable and neglected children locally and throughout the UK by taking part and see Brighton from a different angle by abseiling down the iconic Grand Hotel! We are looking for participants to take part in this rare opportunity to descend over 100ft down the side of the Grand Hotel. The abseil takes place at the side of the hotel with amazing views over the sea. Anyone over 16 can take part. You don't have to abseil alone, you could get your mum friends and family involved or why not make it a work day out with colleagues. No experience is required and full training will be given on the day. Registration fee: £20 per person and sponsorship: £100 Registration fee for a group of 5 or more : £15 per person and sponsorship: £100 per person. Visit http://buff.ly/1GmEAAn to secure your place today!
Tuesday 9 May 2015 - Plumpton College
The Open Day at Plumpton College is a great day out to experience all courses in action. In addition to the opportunity to discuss courses and careers in the areas in which the College specialises, the open day enables visitors to see the College in action and visit all departments. It is a very popular event with many additional attractions and normally over 10,000 people attending. Visitors can get specialist courses and careers advice. Plumpton College specialises in providing a wide range of land-based courses in partnership with schools, for those in further education and for those in higher education. As part of the commitment to informing young people about the courses, apprenticeships and training programmes, Plumpton College offers free entry to Open Day for those aged 16 and under. This is an action packed event with loads of things to see and do. As part of a whole series of onsite attractions, local businesses, charities and other organisations are invited to exhibit and trade on the day.The Open Day is held in association with the Sussex Federation of Young Farmers’ Clubs. At Open Day prospective students can meet with current students to find out more about student life at Plumpton College and can see the excellent student facilities in every Department. The College degree courses are provided in association with the University of Brighton. The College’s main site is at Plumpton, with out-centres at Netherfield (near Battle), Robertsbridge, Flimwell, Stanmer Park, (Brighton) and Snowdonia, North Wales. The range of courses cover all land-based provision including Agriculture, Horticulture, Floristry, Greenkeeping, Hard Landscaping, Equine, Agricultural and Horticultural Machinery, Metalsmithing, Animal Care and Veterinary Nursing, Countryside Management, Forestry and Arboriculture, Sports (Outdoor Adventurous Education), Wine and Viticulture and Rural Business Management. Come along and enjoy a great day out at the Plumpton College Open Day on Saturday 9th May, with free parking on site. For more information please contact Plumpton College, telephone 01273 890454 or visit the website, www.plumpton.ac.uk Eat. Drink. Enjoy at Open Day: ? Wine tasting. Wine sales.Local foods and refreshments. Sandwiches. Cakes. Jacket potatoes. Cream teas. Cheeses. Sausage rolls. Shortbread. Speciality teas and coffees. Game burgers. Carrot cake. Chips on sticks. Smoked fishes. Jams. Doughnuts. Sausage hot dogs. Fruitcake. Coffee cake. Paninis. Apple juice. Chocolates. Food hampers. Cupcakes. Vintage scoop ice cream and much more! See. Buy. Experience at Open Day: ? Equine displays. Forestry demonstrations, including tree climbing skills. Range of large and small animals. Tractor/trailer rides. Children’s activities ? Floristry competition. Craft & trade fair ? Woodland walks. Farm displays. Dog grooming. Falconry. Sheep shearing. Dog showing. Plant sales. Clay pigeon shooting. Sport/outdoor activities/climbing wall. Metalsmithing/jewellery. Gun dogs and terrier racing. Floristry displays & competition. Horticulture & hard landscaping. Game and fishery management.
Tuesday 9 May 2015 - The Open Market
Join us for a specatcular day of shopping and browsing the wonderful contemporary handmade stalls at: THE OPEN MARKET, BRIGHTON Open Market, Marshalls Row, Brighton,Brighton BN1 4JU The historic Open Market underwent a major redevelopment in 2014 and is now home to over 50 of Brighton’s most talented and knowledgeable local producers and creators. With a strong focus on fresh nutritious foods and ethical products, the market has a range of traditional market stalls—butcher, fishmonger, eggs, fruit and veg—as well as cafes, art, crafts, fashions, antiques, haberdashery, tools, garden goods and more. The Open Market is proudly located on London Road, one of the most vibrant and eclectic areas in Brighton. Parking Info for Brighton: http://en.parkopedia.co.uk/parking/brighton/] 9.00am - 5.00pm FREE ENTRY If you are a stallholder and would like to enquire about a space, please complete our online application form here: https://brightoncraftalliance.wufoo.com/forms/brighton-craft-alliance-stall-application-form/
Friday 12 May 2015 - Sallis Benney Theatre
Photography still carries a tag of being 'marginal'. That dates from fear and incomprehension at the time of its invention, early in the Victorian period, when too much was made of the intervention in the process of machines. Yet the history of photography is the history of a continuous boom. Depending on which numbers you believe, more photographs are now taken every day than were taken in the first hundred years of the medium. And the boom is not just in volume: it's not just that we carry fast and very effective cameras in our pockets with distribution mechanisms built-in. Photography has spread to all disciplines — all aspects of life. Francis Hodgson has been writing about photography for many years mainly to a non-specialist audience and will present a little of his conviction that whatever else photography is, it isn't marginal.
Saturday 13 May 2015 - Hove Beach
M&S CALLS FOR VOLUNTEERS TO TACKLE LITTER FROM HOVE BEACH Marks & Spencer (M&S) is today calling on volunteers from Brighton to descend upon Hove beach at King Alfred’s Leisure Centre to help pick up litter as part of the retailer’s 4th annual Big Beach Clean Up. Taking place on Wednesday 13th May from 10am, the event will be hosted in partnership with the Marine Conservation Society (MCS) and invites local residents, businesses, students and societies to join them in helping to scoop up unwanted rubbish. Matthew Rowlin, Store Manager at M&S Brighton, said: “A fantastic effort was made last year with around 250km of coastline and canals cleared which resulted in 4,000 bin bags full of litter collected across the country! “This year we’re calling upon as many local people as possible to take part in their local Big Beach Clean Up event. It’s a great initiative that brings communities together to do something worthwhile but it’s always great fun too!” The 4th annual Big Beach Clean Up will see events take place at 135 beaches and canals up and down the country between the 7th and 13th May. It is expected that over 8,000 people (3,000 M&S employees and 5,000 M&S customers) will take part and customers can find their nearest beach clean and sign-up at www.mcsuk.org/foreverfish. Most of the litter collected will be common waste items such as wrappers, drink bottles and lids as well as fishing lines. It is also likely to include wet wipes, with last week’s MCS survey reporting a 50% rise in the number found on beaches in 2014 compared to the previous year. Last year 10,950 cotton buds, 21,900 wrappers, 55,600 plastic pieces were collected. Cleaners also found an array of unusual items including false teeth, a hammer, a plastic leg, two motorbikes, a Smurf, a breast implant and an Action Man. Sacha Berendji, Director of Retail at Marks & Spencer, said: “The Big Beach Clean Up is a great way to support the community and help safeguard the future of UK fish stocks. Clean waterways and beaches mean clean seas and our store colleagues up and down the country will be making preparations to clean their local beach or canal. We want as many customers as possible to be alongside them in May, it’s a simple, fun way to volunteer and make a difference.” Samantha Fanshawe, MCS Chief Executive, said: “The Big Beach Clean-up has grown year on year, involving thousands of amazing volunteers ready to don gloves and bags and pick up the rubbish left behind by others, washed down from rivers or discarded from fishing boats and ships. Beach litter levels around the UK are sadly increasing – by over 6% according to our most recent UK survey. This fantastic partnership between M&S, charities and communities raises awareness of the issue and the need for nation-wide action across government, industry and voluntary sectors to stop litter at source.” Richard Parry, Chief Executive at the Canal & River Trust, said: “Canals are havens in our towns and cities. They are home to many endangered and much loved wildlife as well as places for people to get away from it all. Local communities already do so much to help us look after the waterways, and it’s particularly good to have the support of M&S to keep them special places.” The M&S Big Beach Clean-up is part of M&S’ Forever Fish campaign which is funded by the profits from the 5p carrier bag charge in M&S foodhalls. Since its introduction in 2008, the charge has reduced carrier bag use by 75 per cent and raised over £8 million for good causes. Since the M&S Big Beach Clean-up began in May 2012 over 20,000 people have taken part and 62.5 tonnes of litter – the weight of Challenger 2 tank – has been cleared from our canals and beaches. Customers can find out more www.marksandspencer.com/plana and follow the event on twitter (@marksandspencer or search #beachclean) and facebook (www.facebook.com/marksandspencer). Notes to editors Forever Fish Forever Fish is funded by the profits from the 5p carrier bag charge in M&S Foodhalls. The objectives of the Forever Fish campaign are to: • Help to protect and save our precious sea life, oceans and beaches for future generations to enjoy; • Encourage as many of M&S’ customers and employees as possible to help the Marine Conservation Society (MCS) clean British beaches and learn about fish; • Help customers make healthy and more sustainable choices by promoting more high quality, sustainably-sourced fish and introducing lesser known and more plentiful species. The Marine Conservation Society The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) is the UK charity dedicated to protecting our seas, shores and wildlife. MCS campaigns for clean seas and beaches, sustainable fisheries, and protection of marine life. Through education, community involvement and collaboration, MCS raises awareness of the many threats that face our seas and promotes individual, industry and government action to protect the marine environment. MCS produces the annual Good Beach Guide, the Good Fish Guide and Fishonline on sustainable seafood, as well as involving thousands of volunteers in projects and surveys such as MCS Beachwatch and The Big Beach Clean-up. For further information, please visit: www.mcsuk.org. The Canal & River Trust The Canal & River Trust is the guardian of 2,000 miles of historic waterways across England and Wales, caring for the nation’s third largest collection of listed structures, as well as museums, archives, and hundreds of important wildlife sites. We believe that living waterways transform places and enrich lives and our role is to make sure there is always a place on your doorstep where you can escape the pressures of everyday life, stretch your legs and simply feel closer to nature. www.canalrivertrust.org.uk
Tuesday 16 May 2015 - Churchill Square
Join me for an educational walk in magical Ashdown Forest.Weather permitting, we will meet at Churchil Square at 9:00 and will be on the bus back by five. Wear suitable clothes, bring food, water, sunscreen and enthusiasm for nature. Any more questions please, contact me.
Tuesday 16 May 2015 - St. Philips Church
Come and buy locally produced fruit and veg, cakes, bread, jams, pickles, etc. A lovely family friendly event plus face painting!
Wednesday 17 May 2015 - 57 Elm Drive
A pretty sub-urban garden just a stone’s throw away from the Martlets Hospice. Flower borders, tree ferns, rose arch and alliums. Vegetable garden and shoffice (shed office). In memory of Simon Lee – a passionate gardener who the Martlets cared for so lovingly.
Tuesday 23 May 2015 - Thistle Hotel
We invite you to join us at the Thistle Hotel on the sea front in Brighton for a fun and enjoyable wine evening. - Start your evening with a drop of sparkling wine in your FREE souvenir tasting glass - Swirl, sniff and sip your way through over 30 different wines from our award-winning cellars to try at your own pace - The Laithwaite's Wine team will be there to pour and answer any questions you may have so no wine knowledge is required; only gained - Quiz our passionate wine producers who will happily share the stories behind their wines - Plus exclusive wine savings on the night and FREE delivery!* This really is a great way to find out which wines suit your tastes best, with an informal, relaxed gathering of like-minded wine lovers. Take your time as you stroll between Malbec and Merlots and savour fine Sancerre and Chablis. Wine always tastes better with friends so get a group together and we will see you in Brighton in May!
Wednesday 24 May 2015 - The South of England Showground
The South of England Food & Drink Festival returns to The Showground in Ardingly on Sunday 24th May, mixing the hip and the traditional in artisan food, drink and entertainment. More than simply a food fair, this is a day of great live music, fun, frolics and food-related activities and games for all the family. Sensational puppetry from Long Nose Puppets, Food &  Drink Masterclasses starring MasterChef Pro Champion Steven Edwards, The Wobblympics, The Sussex Cheese Bowling Championships, The Brighton Rock Caber Toss, juggling and trickery from Dan the Hat, Bollywood Dancing Classes and a host of foodie activities for children of all ages. Think quaint Victorian Curiosity Show. Think picnic in the glorious Sussex countryside Think good old-fashioned knees up. Think all these things. With a large dollop of quintessential Englishness on top. Intrigued? Do Come along… This year the Festival hosts the prestigious Sussex Food & Drink Awards, with public voting for 'Best Sussex Street Food'. We have come along way from the days of burnt burgers and salmonella sausages served from rusty handcarts! Street Food is now gourmet and hip. The Sussex scene is bursting with passionate chefs preparing incredible dishes of every imaginable cuisine, using local, seasonal ingredients and serving them in style from converted vintage trucks and bespoke stalls. The very best traders from all over Sussex, as well as a few ‘guests’ from further afield will create a Street Food sensation. Food lovers will be in paradise as they taste their way around the world in a sensory overload of flavours, aromas, sights and sounds, before having their say in the outcome of the Award.” Be sure to bring your appetite! At the heart of The Festival is 'The Market', a huge barn packed full of wonderful food and drink from the finest producers in the south of England. Visitors can buy everything from a mouth-watering rib of beef to exquisite shellfish and can stock up their larders with artisan bread and cakes,farm fresh fruit and vegetables, craft beers and boutique wines. Pop-Up Restaurants, Tastings and Masterclasses feature MasterChef: The Professionals winner Steven Edwards’ new venture ‘Etch’, British Street Food Award Champions ‘The Little Blue Smokehouse’, UK Fishmonger of the Year ’Veasey & Sons’ and Lewes Food Producer of theYear ‘The Hearth’. Expect amazing food, tutored wine and beer tastings and a multitude of culinary hints and tips. ONLINE PRE BOOKING IS STRONGLY ADVISED. Drinks are provided by local brewers and winemakers. There will be a wide range of craft ales, real ciders, English wines, spirits and cocktails as well as freshly made smoothies and juices, locally roasted coffees and blended teas. These can all be enjoyed in 'The Hay Bale Barn’ featuring live music from the sensational James Gillespie and Harry’s Tricks and eclectic DJ sets from Fruitful Soundsystem. Meanwhile children can play, be entertained and educated in 'The Children's Zone'; a huge yurt designed to promote healthy eating and exploring new tastes through cookery classes, games, craft and stories. This includes the chance to make and bake pizzas with ‘The Hearth’. There is also the chance to see the fabulous ‘Flyaway Katie’ performed by Long Nose Puppets. Tickets are a bargain at just £5, that's about half the usual theatre price. ONLINE PRE BOOKING IS STRONGLY ADVISED.
Wednesday 31 May 2015 - Brighton Racecourse
Following the rave reviews that our Hove fair received in 2014 we have decided to expand slightly and move this year’s uflourish Pregnancy & Baby fair up to Brighton racecourse. We will be retaining our friendly, personal atmosphere by making use of one show hall but making space for a wider range of local helpful experts to share their wisdom & wonderful inspiration. Our Brighton fair will have a huge focus on well-being in family life with Brighton being the epicentre of alternative lifestyle and forward thinking families. Our participants are sure to represent the distinctive Brighton community vibe alongside showcasing local businesses and we couldn’t be more excited to be featuring in this vibrant city with our largest and most diverse fair.
Friday 5 Jun 2015 - Stanmer Park
Travel through the enchanted forests of Stanmer Park to our Midsummer Party! You will be greeted with a sparkling cocktail on arrival, followed by a sumptuous 3-course meal & special entertainment all night from the Stanmer House Band, stilt walkers and more.
Saturday 13 Jun 2015 - The Open Market
Join us for a specatcular day of shopping and browsing the wonderful contemporary handmade stalls at: THE OPEN MARKET, BRIGHTON Open Market, Marshalls Row, Brighton,Brighton BN1 4JU The historic Open Market underwent a major redevelopment in 2014 and is now home to over 50 of Brighton’s most talented and knowledgeable local producers and creators. With a strong focus on fresh nutritious foods and ethical products, the market has a range of traditional market stalls—butcher, fishmonger, eggs, fruit and veg—as well as cafes, art, crafts, fashions, antiques, haberdashery, tools, garden goods and more. The Open Market is proudly located on London Road, one of the most vibrant and eclectic areas in Brighton. Parking Info for Brighton: http://en.parkopedia.co.uk/parking/brighton/] 9.00am - 5.00pm FREE ENTRY If you are a stallholder and would like to enquire about a space, please complete our online application form here: https://brightoncraftalliance.wufoo.com/forms/brighton-craft-alliance-stall-application-form/
Saturday 13 Jun 2015 - Brighton Racecourse
Gather your friends and sign up for the biggest fundraising girls’ night out. This year we have three different routes to choose from – 6 miles, 13 miles or our new 20 mile walk, so anyone can take part. 2015 is also the Martlets Hospice’s 18th Birthday Year so our Midnight Walk will have even more of a party atmosphere. The 6 mile and 13 mile routes will start at midnight, the 20 mile route will start at 10pm
Friday 19 Jun 2015 - Portslade Community Center
Improving your community, one bowl of soup at a time. Like Dragon’s Den, with Soup – where you get to be a Dragon. Local people getting together to fund local projects. With eating, chatting, music, entertainment and voting. And did we mention soup? All for a £4 entry fee, which goes to the most popular project proposed on the night. Not a fortune, but enough to get the winning project started. So check it out and come along. And if you’d like to get involved go to our website to see how you can help. In the meantime, if you have a project you’d like to present at our first event read the details on our site and get applying! The BrightonSoup Team www.facebook.com/Brightonsoup https://www.facebook.com/events/687009604738066/
Thursday 25 Jun 2015 - Plumpton College
Thursday 25th June 2015. Information Evening, 3pm-7pm at Plumpton College. Discover the opportunities for full time or part time courses. Apprenticeships. Further Education and Higher Education courses at this popular event. Get Courses and Careers advice, fees and funding information. Campus and departmental tours of specialist facilities. Meet student ambassadors. This is an informal occasion to meet course tutors and staff offering specialist information and advice. No booking is needed. Plumpton College. A Land-Based College of Further and Higher Education, offers a wide range of full time or part time courses, from school programmes through to Degree level. It also has centres at Netherfield, Flimwell, Brighton, (East Sussex) and Snowdonia, North Wales.
Sunday 28 Jun 2015 - Sea Life Centre
Join our 5 mile, family friendly walk starting at Saltdean Lido and finishing at the Sea Life centre, Brighton.
Thursday 4 Jul 2015 - The Keep Archives
A series of six book-binding and conservation workshops taking place the first Saturday of every month: Dates: 4th July, 1st August, 5th September, 3rd October, 7th November, 5th December. 10am-4pm. Learn, practise and perfect the methods of book-binding in this series of book-binding and conservation workshops. From creating a simple case-binding, to learning more sophisticated stitching designs and finishes such as gold-leaf tooling, you will have the knowledge and expertise of The Keep Conservator Melissa Williams to guide you. You can decide what you would like to work on in the sessions and produce a finished product that will showcase your newly acquired skills. The cost of the six workshops is £480. These workshops are suitable for all abilities. A tool-kit will need to be purchased separately at The Keep for £25. Please note, depending on your chosen project, material costs may be subject to change. Please bring your own lunch. Tea and coffee will be provided. Maximum of 10 places. Please ring 01273 482349 to book your place and make payment.
Tuesday 30 Aug 2015 - Yellowave Beach Sports Centre
Fancy dipping your toes into the world of sea swimming? Looking for a challenge after your laps in the pool? Whether you’re a seasoned sea swimmer or want to experience the thrill of wild swimming for the first time, our ‘Martlets Saltwater Splash’ sponsored sea swim could be just the event to start your open water adventure. There are two distances to choose from, a 750m (1 lap) swim and a 1,500m (2 laps) swim for those who are more experienced sea swimmers. With a mass start from the beach, participants will swim around the buoyed triangular course before crossing the finishing line back on the beach. To register your interest, please contact Clem Hunnisett on 01273 747455 clem.hunnisett@martlets.org.uk
Tuesday 23 Sep 2015 - The Keep Archives
Nella Last was a housewife, aged 49, from Barrow-in-Furness. Nella kept a detailed diary of her experiences of the Second World War and responded to the Mass Observation team’s call for members of the public to keep wartime diaries. This created the opportunity for women to gain a voice and to provide a social commentary of their lives and experiences. She documented how the wartime conditions affected her relationships with her husband, sons and her role in society. Nella continued to keep a diary for Mass Observation until 1967. Join us at The Keep for an afternoon of tea and talking; take the opportunity to delve further into the life of Nella Last.
Tuesday 30 Oct 2015 - The Grand Hotel
To celebrate 18 years of Martlets Hospice, IEP Financial is organising a fantastic Halloween Ball on Friday 30th October at The Grand Hotel, Brighton. An evening of brilliant entertaining and fundraising with all proceeds going to the Martlets Hospice.
Friday 5 Dec 2015 - The Keep Archives
This introductory seminar seeks to introduce participants to the writing, language and dating of documents written in England and Wales during the last millennium, concentrating on the period since 1550. The tutor, Christopher Whittick, has taught palaeography and administrative history for several universities, including the archive training course at University College London. Participants will be sent papers in advance and be expected to have read and absorbed them by the date of the seminar; there will also be unseen work, and students are encouraged to send or bring their own examples which can then be deciphered in class. Please ring 01273 482349 to book your place and make payment.
Monday 8 Aug 2015 - Firle Park
Vintage Summer event in the beautiful surroundings of popular Firle. After the success of last year, the Vintage fair will be held at Firle Park with the stunning backdrop of Firle Place. This is a two-day event with an excellent atmosphere, a great line up of well-known vintage style Jazz bands and solo artists, preforming at our pavilion though out the weekend. We have a unique and varied good quality range of Antique & vintage home ware stalls, French furniture, classic design clothes, European brocante, vintage jewellery, artisan tea room, champagne bar and all in true vintage fashion!
Friday 19 Sep 2015 - Victoria Gardens
Fiery Food Festival is a celebration of spicy food and in particular the chilli. Hot food and chilli related products will be on sale. There will be the annual National Chilli Award competition, Chilli Eating Competition, Cooking demonstrations, Music, Comedy, Beer and Chilli Cocktails.
Friday 5 Jun 2015 - Volks Club
The Great Skinhead Reunion , now on year 5. celebrating the skinhead fashion subculture. born in the 1960's on Brighton beach, skinheads from the originals to modern day people come from all over the planet to party in brighton, jamaican reggae, ska, punk and oi, Live bands and DJ's. Family friendly event. noon til 2am for 3 days
Monday 8 Jun 2015 - Brighton Open Market
OMICS International is pleased to announce its annual conferences in 2015 and 2016. One of the premier annual conference is Flu Meeting. The conference throws light on thought provoking topics and recent research in the field of Flu like, Flu and Vaccines, Current Focus in Flu Research, Potential Drug Targets Molecular Biology of Influenza Viruses, Mutation and Influenza Virus, Threat of Cross-Species Strains, Influenza Strains: Detection and Differentiation, Influenza Co-infection, Influenza and Antivirals, Therapeutic Approaches and Targets for Viral Infections, and many more. Open Minded International Conferences (OMICS) are determined to put forth a platform for eminent personalities to share their expertise and research at Flu, Chicago, USA. Influenza is a highly contagious disease affecting almost all mammals and birds. It is an unstable virus as it has a high mutation rate which gives it the potential to become lethal, Experts from various fields like virology, medicine, immunology, microbiology, public health planning, epidemiology, pharmacology and vaccinology all work on the flu virus. An influenza pandemic is an epidemic of an influenza virus that spreads on a worldwide scale and infects a large proportion of the human population. In contrast to the regular seasonal epidemics of influenza, Influenza pandemics occur irregularly, with the 1918 Spanish flu the most serious pandemic in recorded history. For more details please visit- http://flu.conferenceseries.com/ Warnings about the dangers of superbugs are taking on new urgency with the release of a frightening new report from the British government. The report says higher rates of drug-resistant bacterial infections could result in 10 million deaths a year by 2050. Flu is the most familiar respiratory infection in the world. In the United States alone, approximately 25 to 50 million people contract influenza each year. Molecular Biology of influenza virus is somewhat variable, but the virion particles are usually spherical or ovoid in shape and 80 to 120 nanometers in diameter. Three distinct types of influenza virus, dubbed A, B, and C, have been identified. Mutation rate of influenza virus is rapidly as flu virus mutates easily there are many strains and immunity to one strain does not guarantee immunity against another and so current focus in flu research is mainly develop a universal vaccine that will be effective for all strains of influenza virus. Influenza co-infection with bacteria complicated nearly all influenza deaths in the 1918 influenza pandemic and up to 34% of 2009 pandemic influenza A (H1N1) infections managed in intensive care units worldwide. More than 65,000 deaths attributable to influenza and pneumonia occur annually in the United States. Swine flu, Ebola, and avian flu are some of threat of Cross-Species Strains. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend that everyone over the ages of 6 months should receive the seasonal influenza vaccine. The flu shot is a multivalent vaccine and approval has been given for some quadrivalent forms. Only few Flu medicines are currently manufactured to combat the influenza virus Most of the other drugs treat the symptoms rather than deal with the virus. Public health policy makers are continually updating their strategies to contain outbreaks on local and global scenarios. As can be seen from current research work the fight against influenza involves professionals from various fields and Flu-2015 to bring all these people from diverse fields together so that meaningful discussions and deliberations can take place. Flu-2015 would like to extend a warm welcome to all attendees, presenters, and exhibitors to Chicago, USA. We are delighted to invite you all to register and attend the “International Conference on Flu” which is going to be held from June 8-10 in Chicago, USA. The organizing committee is working towards an exciting and informative conference program including plenary lectures, symposia, workshops, poster presentations and various programs for participants. We invite you to join us at Flu-2015, where you are sure to have a meaningful experience with scholars from around the world. All the Organizing Committee Members of the Flu-2015 look forward to meet you in Chicago, USA. A Unique Opportunity for Advertisers and Sponsors at this International event: http://flu.conferenceseries.com/sponsors.php
Saturday 13 Jul 2015 - Cubar
Stress Management-2015 welcomes attendees, presenters, and exhibitors from all over the world to Philadelphia, USA. We are delighted to invite you all to attend and register for the “Stress Management Summit (Stress Management-2015)”, which is going to be held during July 13-15, 2015 Philadelphia, USA. The main theme of the conference is "Novel discoveries and strategies for management of stress" which covers a wide range of critically important sessions. The conference would lay a platform for interaction among the experts throughout the world and aims in accelerating the discussion for management of stress which is major issue for youth throughout the globe. For more details please visit- http://stressmanagement.global-summit.com/
Wednesday 17 Jul 2015 - All Saints Centre
This year’s Lewes Speakers’ Festival, which takes place from 17th to 19th of July 2015 (at www.lewesspeakersfestival.com) brings together our best line-up yet. Amongst others: Dennis Skinner MP tells his life story in conversation with Kevin Maguire; best-selling author Louis de Bernieres speaks about his latest novel: ‘The Dust that Falls from Dreams’; and Christina Lamb, who co-wrote: ‘I am Malala’ with the Nobel-prize winner, speaks about Afghanistan. Controversially, on the one hand, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown gives a polemic against wearing the veil and the exotic elements of English culture and on the other Peter Lloyd of the Mail locks horns with Zoe Williams of the Guardian on the topic of men’s rights. A C Grayling returns to speak on the ‘Challenge of things’ and Dr David Lewis to speak on the global epidemic of obesity. Ex-international rugby player Richard Parks speaks about the expedition challenges he undertook that were filmed for a TV series this year and Jason Lewis recounts his record as the first person to circumnavigate the world using human power only. There are further talks on the painter JM Turner, Africa, terrorism, drone warfare and Chloe Combi’s thoughts on ‘Generation Z’. Tickets are now available at www.lewesspeakersfestival.com
Friday 26 Oct 2015 - Dorothy Stringer Sports Complex
Translational Medicine-2015 welcomes attendees, presenters, and exhibitors from all over the world to Baltimore, USA. We are delighted to invite you all to attend and register for the “4th International Conference on Translational Medicine which is going to be held during October 26-28, 2015 at Baltimore, USA.

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