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Feedback from Euroscicon’s Bacteriophages 2015


Euroscicon’s Bacteriophages 2015 event discussed the many roles of bacteriophages, ranging from fundamental biological research to their use in medical and industrial biotechnologies. Topics include the uses of phages for therapeutics, food manufacture, delivery vectors, drivers of microbiota structure reporters of microbiome diversity, and their role on the environment.

 The meeting days were chaired by Professor George Salmond (University of Cambridge, UK), Dr Darren Smith (Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne) and Dr Heather Allison (University of Liverpool, UK).


Comments included:

Excellent presenting skills, very clear talk and fascinating subject

Hypothesis and results well presented

Very broad coverage, good speakers

It was a nice conference thanks with great talks in a fun venue!

Very interesting structural data

Very good speakers, outstanding subject

Wonderful story

Most interesting presentation

Amazing high quality work and ground breaking discoveries


There was time for Phd students to show their results

Friendly atmosphere

Well organised and helpful staff


The next Bacteriophage event will be held on the 19th -21st January 2016.  London, UK – Click here to find out more

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