SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY UK 2019

Synthetic Biology UK 2019 will explore the unique opportunities of research in a number of areas of synthetic biology, establishing likely future directions and facilitating discussion about appropriate strategies.

Abstract deadline: 9 October 2019

Earlybird registration deadline: 9 October 2019

Registration is now open

Synthetic biology is a convergence of multiple fields that can generate both improved understanding of biological systems as well as cutting-edge biotechnology.

Synthetic Biology UK 2019 will explore the unique opportunities of research in a number of areas of synthetic biology, establishing likely future directions and facilitating discussion about appropriate strategies. It will provide an excellent framework for younger scientists and engineers to learn about burgeoning new areas of activity, including the engineering of microbial communities and of microbial-plant interactions.

Topics covered in this meeting may be published in Biochemical Society Transactions.

Programme Coordinators:
John McCarthy, University of Warwick
Corinne Hanlon, University of Warwick