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1. EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Metabolism in Time and Space: Emerging Links to Cellular and Developmental Programs
2017-05-11 — 2017-05-13, Heidelberg
This symposium focuses on the role of metabolism in controlling cellular and developmental programs in its spatial and temporal complexity. There is a fundamental interest in deciphering the intricate link between metabolism and regulatory cellular programs during cell differentiation and the development of multicellular organisms. Recent technological progress has enabled us to analyse metabolism and metabolic activities with spatio-temporal resolution. This creates unprecedented potential to address how metabolic state impacts on cellular and developmental programs. Aims: It is the overarching goal of this meeting to enable interdisciplinary discussion on the role of metabolism in controlling cellular and developmental programs in its spatial and temporal complexity. Special focus will be given to discuss emerging imaging or biosensor technologies and bioinformatics and how they can enable addressing fundamental biological questions. ... [Information of the supplier]
2017-03-15 — 2017-03-18, Kiel
On behalf of the Japanese Society of Developmental Biologists (JSDB) and the Gesellschaft für Entwicklungsbiologie (GfE) we cordially invite you to attend the Joint Meeting of the German and Japanese Societies of Developmental Biologists (GfE/JSDB Meeting 2017) to be held in Kiel, Germany from 15–18 March 2017. In a joint effort, we've put together a program we believe will be stimulating and representing current trends and excitements in Developmental Biology with specific focus on research carried out in Japan and Germany. Through a variety of inspiring invited keynote lectures, talks from the participants, workshops and poster sessions, we will discuss the major breakthroughs and developments in Developmental Biology. The emphasis of the meeting is very much upon discussion and there is plenty of time within the program to make this possible. In addition to an excellent scientific program, there will be many opportunities for networking as well as enjoyable social events. In a special ceremony held at Kiel City Hall, the Klaus Sander Prize as well as the Hilde Mangold Prize of the GfE will be awarded. We are also celebrating 50 years of JSDB. A Young Investigator Lunch "Career perspectives in Developmental Biology" sponsored by the DFG and the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation will not only inform the junior scientist about funding possibilities but also allow one-to-one talks with representatives of the DFG, the JSPS, the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation and members of the corresponding reviewing panels. If you would like to join the conference and present your observations in a talk or a poster, please register via www.gfe-meeting.de. Should you have any questions please contact us or the scientific management of this meeting, Mrs. Wenke Schütte/Conventus at any time. We hope you find the agenda interesting and join us in Kiel, the capital of the northern German federal state of Schleswig-Holstein with its beautiful setting on the Kiel Fjord. ... [Information of the supplier]
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