As part of the anniversary of their 10th year in publication in 2011, Molecular and Cellular Proteomics (MCP) have been sponsoring 
several lectureships at prominent proteomics meetings around the world. The first two took place in 2011 – the 10th Mass Spectrometry Symposium
in San Francisco in August and the HUPO Congress in Geneva in September and were presented by Matthias Mann and Ruedi Aebersold, respectively.

This year in May MCP sponsored the Keystone Symposium “Proteomics, Interactomes” which took place on 7 to 12 May 2012 in Stockholm.

Angus Lamond was the nominated VIP speaker and presented his paper entitled, “Super experiments and the system-wide analysis of protein properties in cell biology”.

The Keystone Symposia conference brought together world-leading researchers in the burgeoning field of proteomics, to address how to make best biological, biotechnology and clinical use of the tremendous opportunities that these technologies now provide.