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3rd meeting on Applied Synthetic Biology in Europe

The Bioengineering and Bioprocessing Section EBBS and the Microbial Physiology Section are co-organising the 3rd meeting on Applied Synthetic Biology in Europe.

This is a continuation of the first (Barcelona) and second (Malaga) meetings in this series. The third meeting will be held from 22 to 24 February 2016 in Costa da Caparica, Lisbon - Portugal. The meeting will again focus on the application of synthetic biology tools, techniques and methods for development and optimisation of biological processes.

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Environmental Biotechnology Section Newsletter - 4th issue 2015.

The Fourth issue of the EFB Environmental Biotechnology Section Newsletter - EBIOTEC Newsletter, has been released.
The newsletter can be downloaded from the EBIOTEC website or here .

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Events organised by our EFB Institutional Members

Apply for Biochemical Society Sponsored Seminar Series Grants
Organised by Biochemical Society − UK.


Apply for a new Sponsored Seminar Series Grant and if successful, the Biochemical Society can assist with the costs associated with hosting a seminar series within your institution. Grants of £250, £750, £1000 or £1500 will be awarded to successful applicants.

Application deadline: 12 October 2015

For more information visit
www.biochemistry.org/Grants/SponsoredSeminarSeries

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Prof Simon Lovestone − Alzheimer's Disease: Big Problem, Big Data, Big Solution?
organised by SCI − UK.

Dementia poses a staggering social and economic problem. It currently affects over 850,000 people in the UK and an estimated 45 Million worldwide. With costs in Europe rising by 25% in 2015 alone, it is no wonder that politicians have made this a priority area for development and funding. This lecture will explore the potential for Big Data to provide efficient methods of delivering new drugs to combat Dementia, in particular Alzheimer”s disease

For more information, please follow the link: Prof Simon Lovestone − Alzheimer's Disease: Big Problem, Big Data, Big Solution?

Other SCI Events:

Imaging: Recent Advances and Biomedical Applications
30 September 2015. London − UK

MIBio 2015: Stability of biopharmaceuticals – From molecular interactions to successful products
21 October 2015. Cambridge − UK

1st RSC/SCI Symposium on Fibrosis Disease: medicinal chemistry progress from biological target to the clinic
10 November 2015. Slough − UK

Prof Kevin Harrington - Using Viruses to Treat Cancer: Turning Poachers into Gamekeepers
11 November 2015. London − UK

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EFB Events  

11th International Meeting on Yeast Apoptosis - IMYA XI
co-organised by EFB Functional Genomics Section
29 September - 3 October 2015
Porto - Portugal

 

Ecomondo 19th International Trade Fair of Material & Energy Recovery and Sustainable Development
organised by EFB Environmental Biotechnology Section
November 3−6 2015
Rimini − Italy

 

Microbial Stress: From Molecules To Systems - 2015
organised by EFB Microbial Physiology Section
12 − 15 November 2015
Sitges − Spain

 

Textile Biotechnology Symposia (TBS)
Supported by EFB Polymer Biotechnology Section
9 − 10 December 2015
Wuxi − China

 

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




EFB Institutional Member’s Events

Asian Congress on Biotechnology 2015 (ACB2015)
organised by AFOB
15 − 19 November 2015
Kuala Lumpur − Malaysia

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