||The Internet World Congress is an annual event sponsored by the Internet Association for Biomedical Sciences (INABIS), a society founded in Japan by Professor Sumio Murase to promote the exchange of scientific findings and foster communication among scientists and medical health professionals using the Internet. This year's meeting is the first one outside Japan, and possibly the first such event organized in North America.
Read the online documents of the Society.
Select the links below to access proceedings of previous Internet World Congress on Biomedical Sciences. You can view discussions held at the meetings but you cannot post new comments on the presentations. The format of this year's Congress will follow the style of previous meetings.
|4th Internet World Congress|
December 8-19, 1997, University of Occupational and Enviromental Health of Japan, Kitakyushu, Japan
|3rd Internet World Congress|
December 9-20, 1996, Riken, Tsukuba, Japan
| ||2nd Internet World Congress|
December 4-15, 1995, Mie University School of Medicine, Tsu, Japan
|1st Internet World Congress|
December 7-17, 1994, Mie University School of Medicine, Tsu, Japan