Virtual Boston Paris Biotechnology Summit

September 29, 2022 | France

Virtual Boston
Funding in uncertain times, Legal Strategy, Talent Acquisition and Retention Three strategic points on your biotechnology company’s roadmap.
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Spotlight

Every year, eight million metric tons of plastic end up in the ocean, but a special seaweed munching microbe could be a sustainable alternative. Researchers from Tel Aviv University studied the potential use of Ulva Lactuca algae as a sustainable alternative for large-scale production of biopolymers.


OTHER UPCOMING CONFERENCES

Hospital Medicine & Internal Medicine

December 12-15, 2022 | USA

Appraise the symptoms of congestive heart failure and detect the common causes of systolic heart failure. Employ the current standard-of-care therapies and Determine which patients will benefit from device therapy and specify when to refer patients for more advanced cardiac care.
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BiotechForum2022

October 20-22, 2022 | Spain

Focusing on innovations in different fields of biotechnology and to promote excellence and competence in this challenging yet promising field, Continuum Forums is organizing the International Forum on Biotechnology & Genetic Engineering in Barcelona, Spain from October 20-22, 2022.
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International Conference on DNA Synthesis Applications in Synthetic Biology ICDNASASB

November 18-19, 2022 | France

DNA synthesis, DNA synthesis applications in synthetic biology, New tools for cost-effective DNA synthesis, Artificial gene synthesis, Standard gene synthesis methods and techniques, Standard genes, Express genes, Complex genes.
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ESMO IMMUNO-ONCOLOGY CONGRESS 2022

December 7-9, 2022 | Swaziland

Detailed instructions for the preparation of presentations and posters will be made available on the ESMO website by end October 2022 along with scheduling notices.
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Spotlight

Every year, eight million metric tons of plastic end up in the ocean, but a special seaweed munching microbe could be a sustainable alternative. Researchers from Tel Aviv University studied the potential use of Ulva Lactuca algae as a sustainable alternative for large-scale production of biopolymers.

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