A four-day event started yesterday at Stanford, held in conjunction with the EBML (the very impressive-sounding European Molecular Biology Laboratory: 'Europe’s flagship laboratory for the life sciences – an intergovernmental organisation with more than 80 independent research groups covering the spectrum of molecular biology'). Ron Davis will be speaking tomorrow (3 Nov, 13:35 California time, 20:35 UK time), in a 25-minute talk entitled 'Chronic Fatigue Syndrome'. The event blurb says: The Stanford-EMBL: Personalized Health Conference addresses the promises and challenges of bringing systems biology research into medical practice. It assembles leading basic and clinical researchers to share and discuss the latest systems-wide data on: the molecular basis for health and disease, experimental models in which biomolecular systems-type approaches are developed and validated before bringing these approaches to humans, and clinical and ethical issues that must be considered in order to bring new approaches into the public health and clinical arenas. The programme is here. Live-tweeting is here. I'm not aware of livestreaming.