---------------------------------------------------------------------    Scanning electron micrograph of a biofilm  developed on a austenitic stainless steel submerged in a spent nuclear fuel pool. This biofilm can contribute to the bioremediation of radioactive water.    Materials and Corrosion 54, 535-540 (2003)    ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 


4-9 September, 2005 - Madrid (SPAIN)

International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation Society http://www.biodeterioration.org
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The Symposium will be held at Melía Castilla Hotel (*****). Conferences will take place in the "Salón Tapices", exhibition area, posters, and coffees in the "Salón Aranjuez", and meals in the "Salón Prado".

Meliá Castilla
Capitán Haya, 43
E-28040 Madrid (SPAIN)


The Meliá Castilla is ideally situated in the strategic center of Madrid, just a few meters from the main thoroughfare, the “Paseo de la Castellana”. It is easy to be reached by underground, bus and taxi. It is twenty minutes from the airport and only five from the Chamartín railroad  station, which makes it one of the hotels most conveniently connected to destinations outside of the Spanish capital.

The Meliá Castilla is considered to be one of the most modern convention centers in Europe. It has 23 meeting rooms, which together add up to 4,000 m2. All are equipped with the most advanced technological systems.

Meliá Castilla Hotel offers rooms distributed throughout fifteen floors. All are decorated with exquisite taste. In addition, they offer all the comforts and amenities needed to make the attendant fell as content and well-attended as they deserve to be: air conditioning, telephone with computer hook-up, modem and fax, interactive television, electric locks, mini bar and clotheshorse for pressed apparel, etc. among other numerous details.