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Inaugural Advances in Synthetic Biology 2008
6-7 March 2008, Cambridge, UK
http://www.SyntheticBiologyAdvances.com

Inaugural Advances in Synthetic Biology 2008

Cambridge, UK | Posted on December 3rd, 2007

The essence of synthetic biology is that techniques used to build non-biological systems in the engineering and computational sciences could potentially be used to build novel synthetic biosystems. The sessions will develop the following topics:

Regulatory, IP, Ethical and Business Issues
Protein, Metabolic & Therapeutic Engineering
Design & Fabrication of Parts: Devices and Systems
Cell & Tissue Engineering

Advances in Synthetic Biology, will be held on 6-7 March, at the Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, home to the Sanger and European Bioinformatics Institutes in Cambridge suburb. Both historically and today, the beautiful city of Cambridge is positioned at the forefront of scientific advancement and appears to be an ideal venue for such a meeting.

Alongside an exhibition of selected scientific posters and service providers, Select Biosciences is organising a two day event gathering world players in the field.

Peter Ghazal, Director of Division of Pathway Medicine, Edinburgh University, UK
Andreas Herrmann, Professor for Polymer Chemistry and Bioengineering, University of Groningen, NL
Alfonso Jaramillo, Assistant Professor, Ecole Polytechnique, FR
Juan Poyatos, Associate Professor, Spanish National Research Council, ES
Laurie Zoloth, Professor, Northwestern University, US
And many more...

To guarantee a high attendance at Europe's largest conference dedicated to synthetic biology, Select Biosciences will maintain their traditional low registration fees and group booking discounts. Students will also benefit from special rates.

All conference passes include entrance to the sessions, the exhibition, as well as conference documentation, lunch and refreshments

To further increase the value of their trip, delegates can opt to attend a free guided tour of the Sanger Institute, the largest sequencing facilities in Europe! Early booking is necessary as numbers are strictly limited. Contact
for details


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About Select Conferences
The conferences division of Select Biosciences Ltd. is focused on organising specialist biomedical meetings each year. Experts from both academia and commerce are invited to present timely information from current research through to commercial implementation of new technologies. These events also provide a unique networking facility and the opportunity to reach a highly targeted scientific audience.

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Virginie Colcombet

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