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THANK YOU

The EFB Team and Executive Board would like to thank all of its Members for their continued support.

This year we have organised five specialised meetings: Bacterial electron transfer; Microbial stress reactions; Production of recombinant proteins; Plant biotechnology research; Single cell analysis methods. More than 650 scientists and industrial representatives from all around the world attended these meetings.

We are also grateful to our new Patron Novozymes and our Institutional Members for their financial support, helping us become the Voice of Biotechnology in Europe.

In 2016, we look forward to our biennial congress, the ECB2016 (17th European Congress on Biotechnology), to be held in Krakow from 3 to 6 July. The EFB will also continue with its commitment to promoting research and innovation at the cutting edge of biotechnology, and providing a forum for interdisciplinary and international cooperation. We look forward to your participation.

We wish you a Merry Christmas and a successful 2016!

EFB Team


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3rd meeting on Applied Synthetic Biology in Europe
Deadlines Extended

The deadline for the Early Bird Registration and Abstract Submission has been extended to 12th January 2016.

Register Now

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ECB2016 − 17th European Congress on Biotechnology


Meet our confirmed
speakers

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EBBS Newsletter − 4th issue 2015.

The fourth issue of the Bioengineering and
Bioprocessing Section EBBS Newsletter
, has been released.
The newsletter can be downloaded from the EBBS website or here .

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Events organised by our EFB Institutional Members

Would you like support for your event? Next deadline for proposals 15 January 2016
Organised by Biochemical Society.

The Society offers support to a wide range of national and international events. We are now looking for new proposals for our portfolio of events including Focused Meetings, Training Days, Hot Topic Events, Harden Conferences and Workshops.
To find out more or submit your proposal visit:
biochemistry.org/Events/ProposeaConference.

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New resource for post-16 students, teachers and undergraduates
Organised by Biochemical Society.

The Understanding Biochemistry special issues of the Biochemical Society’s journal, Essays in Biochemistry, provide a valuable learning and teaching resource to enhance understanding of the fundamental areas of biochemistry and molecular biosciences. Published via Open Access, it means that the special issues are freely available online to readers and educators.
This first volume is now available and focuses on enzymes and biological membranes. Read now

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Do you know an outstanding bioscientist who deserves recognition?
Organised by Biochemical Society.

The Understanding Biochemistry special issues of the Biochemical Society’s journal, Essays in Biochemistry, provide a valuable learning and teaching resource to enhance understanding of the fundamental areas of biochemistry and molecular biosciences. Published via Open Access, it means that the special issues are freely available online to readers and educators.
This first volume is now available and focuses on enzymes and biological membranes. Read now

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Do Scientists Dream About Synthetic Sheep?
organised by SCI.

Fresh from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, "Do Scientists Dream About Synthetic Sheep?" is a comedy lecture about synthetic biology.
This is a broad overview of the recent history and development of synthetic biology, and Dr Jack Heal will aim to go from the Human Genome Project to CRISPR in 50 minutes.

For more information, please click here.

Other SCI Events:

New Approaches in Medicinal Chemistry
27 January 2016. Stevenage − UK

Life on the Edge: The New Science of Quantum Biology
2 February 2016. London − UK

Peter Mitchell and the Chemiosmotic Theory - A Story of the Difficulty of Introduction of A Radical Idea into the Scientific Mainstream
9 March 2016. London − UK

5th SCI/RSC Symposium on Ion Channels as Therapeutic Targets
14 − 15 March 2016. Cambridge − UK

33rd SCI Process Development Symposium
6 − 4 April 2016. Cambridge − UK


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EFB Events  

3rd meeting on Applied Synthetic Biology in Europe
organised by EFB Microbial Physiology Section
22 − 24 February 2016
Costa da Caparica, Lisbon − Portugal

 

11th International Conference on Protein Stabilisation - ProtStab2016
organised by EFB Section on Applied Biocatalysis ESAB
9 − 11 May 2016
Istanbul − Turkey

 

European Congress on Biotechnology - ECB2016
organised by European Federation of Biotechnology
3 − 6 July 2016
Krakow − Poland

 

PYFF6 - 6th Conference on Physiology of Yeasts and Filamentous Fungi
organised by EFB Microbial Physiology Section
11 − 14 July 2016
Lisbon − Portugal

 

9th International Conference on Fiber and Polymer Biotechnology
organised by EFB Microbial Physiology Section
7 − 9 September 2016
Osaka − Japan




EFB Institutional Member’s Events

Quantitative Proteomics and Data Analysis − Training Day
Organised by Biochemical Society
4 − 5 April 2016
Chester − UK

 

79th Harden Conference: Oxygen Evolution and Reduction − Common Principles
Organised by Biochemical Society
16 − 20 April 2016
Innsbruck − Austria

 

Cilia, Cytoskeleton and Cancer
Organised by Biochemical Society
25 − 26 April 2016
Edinburgh − UK

 

Kinase 2016: Next Generation Inhibitors
organised by SCI
16 − 17 May 2016
Cambridge − UK

 

6th SCI/RSC Symposium on GPCRs in Medicinal Chemistry
organised by SCI
13 − 15 June 2016
London − UK

 

European Cytoskeletal Forum - Cell Adhesion and Migration
Organised by Biochemical Society
20 − 23 June 2016
Cambridge− UK

 

Plugging the Antibiotics Gap: A Medicinal Chemist's Perspective
organised by SCI
16 November 2016
Manchester − UK

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