VOTE FOR YOUR FAVOURITE SIGN !
 
 

This page presents the four proposals for the sign of the Slovenain Biochemical Society. Please, take a careful look at all four of them and let us know about your opinion. Each visitor may only send one vote; if more will be sent, we will consider only the last one sent from your address.

Before you meet your decision, have in mind that the sign will be appearing both in colour and in black-and-white documents, on letter heads and on posters. It is expected that the sign is a clear graphical object, has some connection to the field of biochemistry and molecular biology and is different from signs of other societies.

The ballot is on the bottom of this page. If you believe you did not manage to send your vote, send a message to the webmaster and write the number of your favourite logo in the body of the message. Include comments or your own proposals!


Proposal 1:

This is a simplified representation of a ribosome attached to mRNA.



Proposal 2:

This proposal represents a structure of two long alpha-helices and a DNA chain.


 


Proposal 3:

Presented is a complex of a DNA-interacting protein in complex with target DNA.


 


Proposal 4:

A graphical solution in the colours of the Slovenian flag and an arrow (could be a beta-structure element).
Letters S, b and d are hidden in the sign.


 



 
 

VOTE MAIL FORM
 

Name:

E-mail Address:

I vote for the (see pictures above):

1: ribosome logo
2: DNA and helices logo
3: DNA-interacting protein logo
4: ribbon logo

My comments are:

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