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2017 NCRI Cancer Conference
2017-11-05 to 2017-11-08
BT Convention Centre, Liverpool, UK

The NCRI Cancer Conference is the largest annual cancer research meeting in the UK, attracting over 1,500 participants from across the spectrum of basic, translational and clinical research. We are committed to share and make available to all attendees the best cancer research from all over the world and encourage cross-pollination. The Conference provides a high profile platform where key stakeholders of cancer research come together to discuss, present and showcase high-quality research. The programme covers six main themes - Diagnosis and therapy, Epidemiology and prevention, Health services research, Information, patients and the public, Survivorship and end of life care and the cancer cell and model systems – which are organised in sessions across 4 days. The Conference programme includes plenty of networking opportunities, allowing participants to make the most of their time in Liverpool.

Key dates:
Abstract submission: 3 April – 4 June
Earlybird registration: 3 April – 30 June
Standard registration: 1 July – 22 October
Late breaking abstract submission: 31 July – 28 August link

Multidimensional Genomics: The 3D/4D organization of chromatin
2017-11-13 to 2017-11-15
Barcelona, Spain
Genomics is moving for a static monodimensional picture, to a time dependent 3D structure. Chromatin is not any more a magic word used to represent a portion of the cell absorbing more colorant than the rest. Chromatin is now a plastic supramolecular structure composed of DNA and protein whose conformation regulates accessibility of the genes to the protein machinery that regulate their function. Nothing of the activity of the cell can be understood without considering the time-dependent three dimensional structure of chromatin. The BioMed conference will be a forum to meet many of the most distinguished scientists in the field. We will learn from the basic physical principles governing the deformation of DNA to the last advances in the experimental techniques providing information on chromatin structure, from the nucleosome to the entire chromatin fiber. We will learn from how chromatin structure is regulated by specific cellular system, and how in turn, chromatin structure modulates the entire cellular live. I invite you to meet us in Barcelona and know more about these supramolecular structure. link

SFG Meeting 2017—The CRISPR Revolution from Bacterial Immunity to Functional Genomics
2017-11-16 to 2017-11-18
Montpellier, France

The French Genetics Society (SFG, will be pleased to welcome you to the congress on CRISPR/Cas9 in Montpellier, France, on 16–18 November 2017. This congress is organized in collaboration with the “School of DNA” of Nimes and the University of Montpellier.

The SFG chose to dedicate its next Annual Congress to the CRISPR/Cas9 technology, at the heart of fundamental and applied genetics. It will last 2.5 days and registration fees are voluntarily very low in order to attract national and European participants, estimated to 400 attendees. A general public conference followed by a Round Table (in French), giving the state-of-the-art and presenting societal and ethical aspects, will precede the scientific program of the congress organized in three sessions, each covering an important aspect of the genome editing CRISPR/Cas9 technology:

You can register and take a look at the program here: link

4th Synthetic Biology & Gene Editing Congress
2017-12-04 to 2017-12-05
London, UK

The 4th Global Synthetic Biology & Gene Editing Congress is one of 4 strands that make up the 4th 4BIO Summit. The other 4BIO strands are the 5th qPCR & Digital PCR Congress, 3rd Microfluidics Congress and new for 2017 the NGS Tech & Applications Congress.

The 4BIO Summit will provide an interactive networking forum to both further develop and answer your queries through a vibrant exhibition room full of technology providers showcasing their technologies and other solutions, poster presentation sessions, expert led case study presentations and interactive Q&A sessions from a 100 + speaker faculty. link

FoodMicro 2018
2018-09-03 to 2018-09-06
Berlin, Germany

Functional and novel foods as well as previously unknown problems concerning spoilage and emerging pathogens necessitate the application of novel methods in food microbiology. To merge these different research areas we have chosen “Biodiversity of Foodborne Microbes” as the common theme of our conference. Participants will be offered an excellent programme, demonstrating scientific diversity and subject depth.


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