The Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the Pennsylvania State University hosts every year the “Summer Symposium in Molecular Biology”. Each year, a program is developed relative to current research directions in the medical and molecular biological sciences. Because the research area of bioinorganic chemistry is strongly represented at Penn State, the bioinorganic group has been allowed to host this meeting every four years. The symposia hosted by the bioinorganic group have been termed “Frontiers in Metallobiochemistry” and have been offered since 2006. The two final public lectures of the 2010 workshop were given by Profs. Steve Lippard (MIT) and Harry Gray (Caltech) and have been recorded and can be streamed. The Frontiers on Metallobiochemistry symposia typically feature ~20-25 faculty talks and ~10 student/postdoc talks, as well as two 2-h poster sessions with ~100 posters.