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25–29 June 2018 ICAR 2018 -- The International Conference on Arabidopsis Research
Welcome to ICAR 2018 in Turku!
It is a pleasure to invite you to participate in The International Conference on Arabidopsis Research (ICAR) which will be held on 25-29 June 2018 in Turku, Finland.
The International Conference on Arabidopsis Research is a yearly conference rotating between North America, Australasia and Europe. The ICAR2016 was held in South Korea and is followed by ICAR2017 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. The conference is centered on all aspects of modern plant biology using thale cress (Arabidopsis thaliana) as a model system. The conference regularly brings together over 800 scientists from all corners of the world for five days to discuss all aspects of molecular plant science from research on plant growth and development to improving plant tolerance to adverse environmental conditions.
27–29 June 2018 Biotech France 2018 International Conference and Exhibition
The Biotech France 2018 Conference & Exhibition will be held in Paris- France from 27 to 29 June 2018. The event will reflect the full diversity of current biotechnology science advances in research and practice that open opportunities for exploitation of knowledge, commercially or otherwise, together with news, discussion and comment on broader issues of general interest and concern.
The aim of this conference is to foster the exchange of knowledge, experiences and ideas among scientists, academics, students, industry representatives and other professionals interested in biotechnology; and works to develop synergies and relationships that further advance the field.
27–28 June 2018 World ADC Asia 2018
Focused on ADC drug development, World ADC Asia will enable you to propel your antibody-drug conjugate pipeline into clinical development. Join 80+ ADC experts from the world’s leading ADC companies to network with potential collaborators and cement existing partnerships.
Designed with AbGenomics, Roche and RemeGen and other leading ADC organisations this forum will enable you to explore novel linker technologies for enhanced in vivo stability, confidently meet regulatory quality specifications for biosimilar candidates and confidently outsource to your chosen CMO.
This is the only ADC focused conference that will bring together all the key players both from within Asia, the US and Europe.
1–5 July 2018 ACPD2018
Prague, Czech Republic
We would like to welcome You cordially in Prague at ACPD2018 (“Auxins and Cytokinins in Plant Development”, July 1–5, 2018).
Taking into account the intensive cross-talk among plant hormones, we decided to continue in the extended concept established at ACPD2014 by including the interactions of auxins and cytokinins with other plant hormones.
We hope you will enjoy ACPD2018, the tenth in the consecutive series of symposia on plant hormones organized by the Institute of Experimental Botany AS CR.
Your contributions to the scientific programme as well as your lively discussions will make the ACDP2018 interesting and exciting event.
2–3 July 2018 International Conference on Nutritional Science and Food Technology
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7–11 July 2018 11th FENS Forum of Neuroscience
Date: 7-11 July 2018
Location: Berlin, Germany
8–12 July 2018 SMBE2018 50th Anniversary of the Neutral Theory of Molecular Evolution
26–30 August 2018 2018 European Biological Inorganic Chemistry Conference (EuroBIC14)
Join us at the University of Birmingham, UK, for the 2018 European Biological Inorganic Chemistry Conference (EuroBIC). The series of meetings has become a highly established international event, attracting scientists from all over the world. EuroBIC provides the major platform to present and discuss the latest developments in all fields at the interface between Inorganic Chemistry and the Life Sciences.
We are excited to be able to confirm the Plenary Lecturers, Professor Alison Butler (Santa Barbara), Professor Chris Chang (Berkeley) which is sponsored by IJMS, Professor Serena DeBeer (MPI), Professor Zijian Guo (Nanjing), Professor Amy Rosenzweig (Northwestern) and Professor Thomas Ward (Basel).
Abstract submission and registration is open. More details can be found on the website, www.birmingham.ac.uk/eurobic
27–28 August 2018 8th Edition of International Conference on Chemistry Education and Research
Chemistry Education 2018 spreads an extensive range of critically important sessions from basic research to recent innovations. The theme: “Emerging Trends, Advancements and Applications in Chemistry Education” is designed for professionals at all levels and career phases of the Chemical industry, who want to improve their understanding of what will drive and shape the future of the market. It will bring together researchers and practitioners from academia, industry, informal science, and governmental and non-governmental agencies to address practical and theoretical issues related to the teaching and learning of chemistry relevant to a variety of educational contexts and levels. As is expected for the very highly regarded EuroSciCon Conferences, presented work is intended to be current and unpublished, representing the cutting-edge of research and practice in this field. The conference format includes invited plenary sessions, semi-structured poster sessions, and free time to interact and network with conferees. Several features of the conference create an atmosphere that is intended to invigorate professional connections and promote advancement of the field: daily forums with intense intellectual engagement, off-the-record discussion of unpublished work, free afternoons in an idyllic setting, common meals and dormitory accommodations, and a limit on participation.
28–31 August 2018 AHR 2018 Symposium
The AHR 2018 Symposium, which is being held for the first time in Paris, will bring together world-renowned scientists in integrated program to share/discuss the latest knowledge on the role of the aromatic hydrocarbon receptor (AHR) in a wide rage of fields. AHR, recognized as a transcription factor activated by many pollutants, responsible for the induction of xenobiotic metabolism enzymes, detects many anthropogenic ligands for some carcinogens or endocrine disrupters. More recently, other functions of this fascinating protein have been described (immune responses, hormonal signaling, cell cycle progression, oxidative stress, inflammation, differentiation, development, apoptosis) as well as new ligands (including endogenous ones) That some of the toxic effects described for environmental molecules could result from endogenous perturbation.
The International Journal of Molecular Sciences – IJMS (ISSN 1422-0067), is currently running a Special Issue entitled "Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor in Biology and Toxicology", edited by the organization committee member Prof. Dr. Charlotte Esser (IUF, Düsseldorf, Germany). We invite you to contribute a full research paper or review article for peer-review and possible publication in this Special Issue. In case you are interested to publish your work and/or the work presented at this meeting in the special issue, please refer to the following web page for further information: http://www.mdpi.com/journal/ijms/special_issues/AHR.
The deadline for submission is on 31 October 2018.
2–5 September 2018 5th European Congress of Immunology
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
9–13 September 2018 29th Annual Conference of the European Society for Biomaterials
Maastricht, The Netherlands
The theme of this year’s conference is “Materials for Life,” which expresses the challenge the field of biomaterials is currently facing: to provide effective and affordable biomaterials-based methods to repair and regenerate damaged and diseased tissues and organs. This challenge can only be overcome by converging breakthrough developments from the fields of chemistry, physics, materials science, biology and engineering to address real clinical needs, while also considering the translational pathway from bench to bedside.
Annual ESB conferences are an ideal setting for this endeavor. For 5 days, scientists, clinicians and industrialists with different backgrounds and expertise convene to synergistically advance the field of biomaterials by presenting their latest research, attending stimulating workshops and symposia and having lively discussions during breaks and social events. We are confident that Maastricht will encourage these activities in the best possible manner and we are happy to announce that four top scientists in the field, Dr. Viola Vogel, Dr. David Grainger, Dr. Katarina Le Blanc and Dr. Matthew Dalby have agreed to give a plenary lecture at the conference.
20–21 September 2018 24th International Conference of FFC--12th International Symposium of ASFFBC
Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA
23–27 September 2018 27th International tRNA Conference
Initiated in 1969 in Cambridge, this series of congresses is one of the most ancient and uninterrupted series of international conference in biology. The last meeting, held on Jeju island, Korea in 2016, was a real success. 38 years after hosting the 9th edition of this congress, Strasbourg is proud to host again the tRNA conference.
As emphasized at recent tRNA conferences, tRNA biology continuously reveals new surprising findings. tRNA biology is undoubtedly at a crossroad. Novel technologies allow to address new biological questions and to identify new functions. tRNA biology becomes essential to understand translation regulation, for synthetic biology, for systems biology or to understand the world of small RNAs. Now, more than ever, tRNA biology is also of major societal importance, as the number of diseases such as cancer, Alzheimer, myopathies, related to tRNA dysfunctions is regularly growing.
30 September–4 October 2018 AMPK 2018-From Mechanisms to New Therapies
Niagara On-The-Lake, ON
The AMP-activated protein (AMPK) is an essential regulator of cellular energy balance that is switched on in response to stimuli that are associated with a multitude of health benefits such as exercise, caloric restriction and metformin therapy. Over the course of this four day meeting new data detailing the structure, function and physiological role of AMPK will be presented with respect to multiple disease areas including but not limited to aging, cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and obesity.
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1–3 October 2018 The 6th annual Immunogenomics conference (IGC 2018)
Huntsville, AL, USA
24–26 October 2018 2018 International Conference on Biotechnology and Bioengineering
25–26 October 2018 Cell Series Congress 2018
Novotel London West Hotel, London, UK
The annual Cell Series features 4 outstanding programmes: our long-running 7th Cell Culture and Bioprocessing, 3rd Cell & Gene Therapy, 5th Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine and Biobanking Congresses.
The Cell Series unites over 400 attendees and provides a focused networking platform targeting Cell Culture & Cell Line Development and Bioprocessing; Cell & Gene Therapy highlighting CAR T Cell Development; Stem Cell & Regeneration Medicine Development as well as Biobanking.
Gain valuable insights into the most innovative cell culture bioprocessing and cell line development strategies, as well as the latest therapeutic developments & manufacturing technologies in the cell-based therapy, stem cell and regenerative medicine industry.
7th Annual Cell Culture & Bioprocessing Congress
•Cell Line Development
•PART 1: Early Cell Culture & Cell Line Engineering
•PART 2: 3D Cell Culture Models & Application
•Process Development: Upstream Bioprocessing and Analytics
•Cell Line Development: Late Stage Cell Line Development, Stability, Data & Assay Data Development
•Cell Culture and Downstream Bioprocessing
5th Annual Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine Congress
•Regenerative Medicine – Therapeutic Discovery and Development
•Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Development - Case studies from Pharma Clinical Trials
•Stem Cell Bioprocessing and Manufacturing Strategies
4th Annual Cell & Gene Therapy Congress
•Commercializing CAR-T Cell Treatments
•Cell & Gene Therapy Development and Clinical Trials
•Cell and Gene Therapy based Bioprocessing and Manufacturing Strategies
•Biobanking Regulation, Biospecimen, Standards and Novel Methods in Sample Management
•Biobanking in Biomarkers, Clinical Trials and Precision Medicine
29–30 October 2018 3rd Probiotics Congress: USA
Paradise Point Resort and Spa, San Diego, CA, USA
12–15 November 2018 World ADC San Diego 2018
San Diego, USA
World ADC San Diego is the industry’s longest standing and most comprehensive antibody-drug conjugate conference.
Across multiple-streams of learning, World ADC will cover every element of ADC drug development from construct design to improving preclinical predictability and product manufacturability. This leading antibody-drug conjugate event will provide you with an unparalleled breadth and depth of content.
Don’t miss this opportunity to join your fellow scientists at the heart of the ADC community. Join 650+ of your peers, from 220 organizations for your most valuable ADC learning and networking opportunity of 2018.