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Discover the art of creating extraordinary science at SEB’s Annual Meeting in Florence, Italy from 3 – 6 July 2018 at the Firenze Fiera Congress and Exhibition Centre. SEB’s Annual Meeting is celebrated for creating the perfect composition of research, new discoveries and collaborative connections. Be creative and innovative by exchanging ideas and knowledge with masters of biology from all over the world. ... [Information of the supplier]
Our view of mitochondria is rapidly transforming. Recent advances in animal models, systems-based approaches, and imaging techniques have revealed that mitochondria have diverse functions beyond bioenergetics and biosynthesis. Their functions are linked to their surprisingly dynamic behavior, as mitochondria adapt and respond to a plethora of cellular and tissue-specific organismal needs. Given that mitochondrial dysfunction is associated with metabolic disorders, cancer, and neurodegeneration, there is an urgent need to understand how mitochondrial events are orchestrated and integrated within the cell and organism. This Cell Symposium aims to bring together leading researchers who study mitochondrial function, regulation and mechanism to build a complete picture of mitochondria as a platform to integrate signaling pathways and cellular processes in physiology and disease. ... [Information of the supplier]
Liquid phase separation is emerging as a common biophysical basis underlying many important cellular functions. This conference will bring together scientists from soft matter polymer physics, molecular "un" structural biologists, and biologists working in cell, developmental and neurobiology to increase the awareness for how important phase separation is for our understanding of many biological processes, to explore the large repertoire of new tools generated by other disciplines that are ripe to be applied to complex problems related to phase Separation and to close the gap in human potential and transdisciplinary training to tackle the role of phase separation in biology. ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
The aim of this symposium is to gather early-career and established researchers from all over the world who have substantially contributed to the microtubule field in recent years. The meeting will feature inspirational keynote and landmark lectures, a large number of short talk opportunities, which will be selected from the submitted abstracts, and lively poster sessions. This year's programme will also include a round table discussion, in which researchers from countries with emerging research in the cytoskeleton discuss research challenges and opportunities in their home countries. This round table aims to generate new interactions and exchange between established and emerging research centres all over the world. ... [Information of the supplier]
The ability to grow human tissues from stem cells in 3D culture has the potential to revolutionise the drug discovery process and regenerative medicine. Building on a long tradition of cell and developmental biology knowledge, organoids resembling a variety of human tissues have been generated. This symposium will bring together the leading researchers in this field to establish a new research community and reveal parallels between various tissue models. The aim of this meeting is to bring together researchers from different fields to enhance our understanding of how organoids can be formed and maintained, how they can be used to study disease and how we might eventually use them to regenerate and replace human ... [Information of the supplier]
Before the genetic information stored in DNA can be used to direct cell growth and metabolism, it has to be transferred into RNA. Messenger RNAs (mRNAs) that code for proteins and noncoding RNAs are key components in the transmission of genetic information in all life forms - from viruses to complex mammalian organisms. Exciting recent findings now reveal a new layer of information added to RNAs in the form of chemical marks (the epitranscriptome) that play a critical role in gene expression control. This remarkable complexity in the lives of RNAs will be discussed at this meeting. The EMBO | EMBL Symposium "The Complex Life of RNA" will bring leaders in the RNA field together with post-docs and students, to disseminate and discuss the most recent results. ... [Information of the supplier]