Early bird discount for Unlocking the potential of synthetic biology to enhance human health




The early registration discount deadline is 20th July 2016

The poster submission deadline is 13th September 2016

This live streamed international event will discuss how the design and construction of new biological parts, devices, and systems, plus the re-design of existing, natural biological systems will be used for enhancing human health.

Who Should Attend:  Anyone interested in the design and construction of new biological parts or the  re-design of existing, natural biological systems should find this meeting of value.

The event will be recorded and available for all registered delegates up to a month after the event.  So if you can’t manage all the days, or the different time zones, you can still have access to the full event.

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Invited speakers and their talks include

Engineering bacterial superglues to fish for cancer cells and tickle immune receptor activationProfessor Mark HowarthUniversity of OxfordUnited Kingdom
Engineering adhesins and protein injection nanomachines in E. coli to target tumor cellsDr Luis Ángel FernándezCentro Nacional de Biotecnología (CNB-CSIC)Spain
Evolution guided approach to engineering human genetic systems in simplified cellsDr. Aashiq KachrooThe University of TexasUnited States
Hijacking plant metabolism for drug manufactureDr. Ellis O’NeillUniversity of OxfordUnited Kingdom
Using modeling and laboratory evolution to develop cell factories for production of chemicalsDr Markus HerrgardTechnical University of DenmarkDenmark
Clinical effects of a 'Human-Computer' merge Dr Marios KyriazisELPIs Foundation for Indefinite LifespansUnited Kingdom
Investigating plant terpene metabolic diversity for Improving Human HealthDr. Philipp ZerbeUniversity of CaliforniaUnited States
Synthetic biology enabled programmable sensors for next generation diagnosticsDr Baojun WangUniversity of EdinburghUnited Kingdom
Synthetic biology tools for engineering biological networks and pathwaysDr Claudia VickersThe University of QueenslandAustralia
Bionic vesicles for enhanced durability of membrane protein function in protocell technologiesDr. Paul BealesUniversity of LeedsUnited Kingdom
How could biomechanics affect the tissue viability and functionality of TE cartilage in Vitro?Associate Professor Ling WangXi'an Jiaotong UniversityChina
Talk title to be confirmedDr Alfonso JaramilloUniversity of Warwick, UK and ISSB-CNRS, FranceUnited Kingdom
Droplet-Based Microfluidics for Bottom-Up Assembly of Minimal Synthetic CellsDr. Ilia PlatzmanMax Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems & University of HeidelbergGermany
Developing a mammalian synthetic network for monitoring mechanosensors activivtyProfessor Rob KramsImperial College LondonUnited Kingdom
Developing diatoms as a platform for photosynthetic production of bioactive compounds Dr Weiqi FuUniversity of IcelandIceland
Using synthetic biology to enhance the nutritional capacity of plantsProfessor Johnathan NapierRothamsted ResearchUnited Kingdom
Talk title to be confirmedDr. Vítor Martins Dos SantosWageningen UniversityNetherlands
Engineering G protein-coupled receptors to facilitate structure determination and structure-based drug designDr. Chris TateMRC Laboratory of Molecular BiologyUnited Kingdom
Illuminating genetic regulatory networks by means of CRISPR-mediated gene activationDr. Michael BoettcherUniversity of CaliforniaUnited States
Synthetic biology towards gene therapy applicationsDr. Mark IsalanImperial College LondonUnited Kingdom
Talk title to be confirmedProfessor Diego OrzaezInstituto de Biologia Molecular Celular de Plantas-CSICSpain
Can NSAIDs alter thyroid hormone function?Dr Louise MackenzieUniversity of HertfordshireUnited Kingdom
Nanotechnology approaches to interrogate cell signalingAssistant Professor Young-Wook JunUniversity of CaliforniaUnited States

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This event has an open abstract session: 

Abstracts can be submitted on any subject related to  Synthetic Biology for Human Health

Abstract Submission

Poster Submission

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Why attend a Live Streamed Event

As Euroscicon are the first to run virtual Life Science conferences we thought you might be unfamiliar with the benefits of attending.  

Please view these meetings as you would a usual conference,  but with the following advantages

  • Less travel time means more time for you at work and at home`
  • Access the whole event from the com­fort of your own home or office
  • Reg­is­tra­tion Fees are much less than a “bricks and mor­tar” event
  • No expen­di­ture on hotels and sundries
  • Con­nect with a larger and more global audi­ence, many of whom may have not attended due to cost and travel constraints
  • Catch up on missed talks in the evening or your free time
  • No flight delays, pass­port con­trol or secu­rity checks
  • Jug­gle work demands with con­fer­ence attendance
  • Dip in and out of talks with­out being noticed
  • No pack­ing and unpack­ing and won­der­ing whether your lug­gage will make it through to the other side
  • Access all con­fer­ence mate­ri­als and audio online for 1 month after the event
  • Eas­ily locate con­fer­ence atten­dees and arrange a con­fer­ence call, rather than search­ing hotel lob­bies for your clients
  • Save hun­dreds of thou­sands of gal­lons of air fuel because of the aggre­gate efforts of attendees

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