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[Bio-software] CfP: Essex Synthetic Biology School 2018 - July 2-6, 2018 - University of Essex, UK

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Essex Synthetic Biology School 2018 (ESBS)
University of Essex
July 2-6, 2018
http://esbs.essex.ac.uk

*** IMPORTANT DATES ***
Early bird registration deadline: 31 January 2018

*** OVERVIEW ***
The Essex Synthetic Biology School (ESBS) is an intensive 5-day summer course
targeting students and early career scientists interested in learning cutting
edge experimental and computational methods to design and build biological
systems from world-renowned experts, working with bacterial, yeast, plant and
mammalian systems, in fields such as cancer and healthcare research, as well as
industrial, agricultural and environmental synthetic biology.

The School is structured in 20 lectures and 5 wet laboratory sessions, focusing on
building pathways in bacteria and yeast.

*** SPEAKERS ***
- Jef D. Boeke, New York University, USA
- Paul Freemont, Imperial College London, UK
- Adrian Harris, University of Oxford, UK
- Ross Kettleborough, Twist Bioscience, UK
- Victor de Lorenzo, CNB Madrid, Spain
- Leslie Mitchell, New York University, USA
- Nicola Patron, Earlham Institute, UK
- Toby Richardson, Synthetic Genomics Inc., USA
- Susan Rosser, University of Edinburgh, UK
- Howard Salis, Penn State University, USA
- Danielle Tullman-Ercek, Northwestern University, USA
- Ron Weiss, MIT, USA

*** REGISTRATION ***

FULL REGISTRATION (£550)
Lectures, LAB SESSIONS, Lunches and Hog Roast & BBQ Network Events.

ACADEMIC REGISTRATION (£300)
Lectures, Lunches and Hog Roast & BBQ Network Events [no lab sessions].

*** Chairs ***
Giovanni Stracquadanio, University of Essex, UK
Boyd McKew, University of Essex, UK



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