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EMBO | EMBL Symposia

 

EMBO|EMBL Symposia focus on interdisciplinary topics in the life sciences, with a particular emphasis on areas that are just starting to gather momentum. The excitement surrounding the topic and the stimulating atmosphere are expected to attract hundreds of scientists and significantly move the research field forward.

 

A limited number of travel grants are available for scientists from countries in need of scientific strengthening. Please refer to the symposia websites for further information.

 


30 April–3 May 2014 | DE–Heidelberg  | Registration closed
Translating diabetes
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Subject area(s): Cellular Metabolism | Molecular Medicine


7–10 May 2014 | DE–Heidelberg  | Registration closed
Tumour microenvironment and signalling
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Subject area(s): Molecular Medicine | Signal Transduction


18–21 May 2014 | DE–Heidelberg  | Registration closed
Molecular machines: Lessons from integrating structure, biophysics and chemistry
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Subject area(s): Structural Biology & Biophysics


27–30 August 2014 | DE–Heidelberg  | Registration open
Epithelia: The building blocks of multicellularity
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Subject area(s): Cell & Tissue Architecture


5–8 October 2014 | DE–Heidelberg  | Registration open
The complex life of mRNA
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Subject area(s): RNA


17–20 November 2014 | DE–Heidelberg  | Registration open
Frontiers in metabolism: From molecular physiology to systems medicine
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Subject area(s): Cellular Metabolism | Molecular Medicine


29–31 March 2015 | DE–Heidelberg
Frontiers in stem cells and cancer
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Subject area(s): Molecular Medicine | Signal Transduction


15–18 April 2015 | DE–Heidelberg
Cellular heterogeneity: Role of variability and noise in biological decision-making
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Subject area(s): Cell & Tissue Architecture | Differentiation & Death


14–17 June 2015 | DE–Heidelberg
Mechanisms of neurodegeneration
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Subject area(s): Neuroscience | Molecular Medicine


21–23 June 2015 | DE–Heidelberg
Enabling technologies for eukaryotic synthetic biology
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Subject area(s): Systems Biology | Genomic & Computational Biology


16–19 September 2015 | DE–Heidelberg
The mobile genome: Genetic and physiological impacts of transposable elements
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Subject area(s): Genome Stability & Dynamics | Development

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