Unlocking the potential of synthetic biology to enhance human health

This is the FIRST live streamed only, three day professional conference discussing Synthetic Biology. We have gathered together invited speakers from around the world, who you might not otherwise have access to.

27 29 September 2016

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23 speakers

  • Professor Mark Howarth University of Oxford
  • Dr Luis Ángel Fernández Centro Nacional de Biotecnología (CNB-CSIC)
  • Dr. Aashiq Kachroo The University of Texas
  • Dr. Ellis O’Neill University of Oxford
  • Dr Markus Herrgard Technical University of Denmark
  • Dr. Philipp Zerbe University of California University of California
  • Dr Baojun Wang University of Edinburgh
  • Dr Claudia Vickers The University of Queensland
  • Dr. Paul Beales University of Leeds
  • Associate Professor Ling Wang Xi'an Jiaotong University
  • Dr Alfonso Jaramillo University of Warwick, UK and ISSB-CNRS, France
  • Dr. Ilia Platzman Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems & University of Heidelberg
  • Dr Weiqi Fu University of Iceland
  • Professor Johnathan Napier Rothamsted Research Rothamsted Research
  • Dr. Vítor Martins Dos Santos Wageningen University
  • Dr. Chris Tate MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology
  • Dr. Michael Boettcher University of California
  • Dr. Mark Isalan Imperial College London
  • Assistant Professor Young-Wook Jun University of California
  • Dr Marios Kyriazis ELPIs Foundation for Indefinite Lifespans
  • Professor Diego Orzaez Instituto de Biologia Molecular Celular de Plantas-CSIC
  • Dr Louise Mackenzie University of Hertfordshire
  • Professor Rob Krams Imperial College London

1 session

Tissue Engineering Day 1 from 8am to 4:30pm Tuesday 27th September 2016

Therapeutic Applications Day 2 from 8am to 6pm Wednesday 28th September 2016

Tools for Synthetic Biology Day 3 from 8am to 4:30pm Thursday 29th September 2016

1 known attendee

  • Astrid Englezou

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