Global Synthetic Biology & Gene Editing Congress

When

4th-5th Dec 2017
Registration from 8am

Where

London, United Kingdom
Venue to be confirmed

4th Global Synthetic Biology & Gene Editing Congress

THE LATEST SCIENTIFIC ADVANCES IN NOVEL METHODS, INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES & APPLICATIONS OF SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY AND GENE EDITING IN THE HEALTHCARE SECTOR

Co-located with the 5th qPCR and Digital PCR Congress and the 3rd Microfluidics Congress

The 2017 meeting is currently in production – last year’s final agenda is available for download

Areas that will be covered include 

  • The latest in gene editing techniques
  • Programmable cells, genetic circuitry and metabolic engineering 
  • Recent discoveries and ongoing research into synthetic biology in therapeutics and drug discovery and design
  • New platforms, technologies and strategies 
  • Commercialising research and investment opportunities
  • Ethics and the future of synthetic of biology in society

 

500+ senior level attendees across the 3 events
40+ expert speakers
Exhibition room
30+ panel/roundtable or individual presentations
Networking opportunities and 1-2-1 partnership meetings

A selection of our speakers from 2016 include

Synopsis

Synthetic biology continues to be an exciting and rapidly developing area in the life sciences with the potential to revolutionize many aspects of society. As technologies and strategies continue to mature, this congress brings together experts in academia and industry to network and share ideas, and provides the opportunity for successful start-ups to showcase the commercial potential of synthetic biology. With a focus on healthcare and investment, this interactive meeting will allow you to keep up to date with cutting edge of research and tool development, access to case studies on drug discovery, therapeutics and technologies, and the opportunity to make connections with academics, entrepreneurs, investors and businesses in your field.

Previous Attendees

Advanced Analytical
Adventura Capital
Agilent Technologies
Ansbach University
ASU
Autodesk
Ben Gurion University
Berkeley
CNRS
Concordia University
Cybio Ltd
Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (MOD)
Department forBusiness, Innovation & Skills
Desktop Genetics
Edinburgh University
Entrepreneurs Fund
Epiphany Capital
ETH Zurich
Evolva
Exeter University
Flagship Ventures
Fraunhofer Institute for Molecular Biology and Applied Ecology
Global Bioenergies
Glowing Plant
GSK
Heidelberg University
HGF
Imperial College London
Innogen, Edinburgh University
Institute Pasteur
Isomerase
John Innes Centre
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Kilburn & Strode LLP
Knowledge Transfer Network
KTH Royal Institue of Technology
Lancaster University
Lausanne
Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry
Life Technologies
LifeScience Ventures Ltd
Manchester Institute of Biotechnology
Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems
Medical Research Council
Member of EU Scientific Committee
Midven
MIT
National Centre for Public Health and the Environment
National University of Singapore
Newcastle University
Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Biosustainability
Oxitec
Prokarium
Revolution Bioengineering
Roma Tre University
Rothamstead
Rothamsted Research
Royal Society
Sample 6
Stanford University
Syngenta
Synlogic
SYNMIKRO
Takara
TAXAA/Glowing Plant
Technical University of Darmstadt
Technical University of Denmark
Technical University of Dresden
Technical University of Madrid
Tel Aviv University
The Sainsbury Laboratory
Transcriptic
Twist Bioscience
UC Berkeley
UC Davis
UCLA
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
University of Bath
University of Bristol
University of California San Francisco
University of Cambridge
University of Catania
University of Copenhagen
University of East Anglia
University of Edinburgh
University of Evry-Val-d’Essonne
University of Freiburg
University of Glasgow
University of Groningen
University of Manchester
University of Minnesota
University of Nevada, Reno
University of Nottingham
University of Oxford
University of Tennessee
University of Texas at Austin
University of Warwick
University of Washington
Viginia Tech
Wageningen University
Ziopharma

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Poster Presentations

Poster presentation sessions will take place in breaks and alongside the other breakout sessions of the conference. Your presentation will be displayed in a dedicated area, with the other accepted posters from industry and academic presenters.

We also issue a poster eBook to all attendees with your full abstract in and can share your poster as a PDF after the meeting if you desire (optional).

Whether looking for funding, employment opportunities or simply wanting to share your work with a like-minded and focused group, these are an excellent way to join the heart of this congress.

In order to present a poster at the forum you need to be registered as a delegate. Please note that there is limited space available and poster space is assigned on a first come first served basis (subject to checks and successful registration).

We charge an admin fee of £100 to industry delegates to present, that goes towards the shared cost of providing the poster presentation area and display boards, guides etc. This fee is waived for those representing academic institutions and not for profit organisations.

Submission instructions

We will require the form (downloadable below) to be submitted by the 24th of November  This is the formal deadline however space is another limiting factor so early application is recommended.  Therefore please contact us with any questions you have as soon as possible.

Submission Form 

To submit your poster please complete the form below.

Posters should be presented as A0 or US equivalent, size E (841mm x 1189mm or 34 x 44 inches respectively) in portrait orientation. In order to present a poster at the forum, you need to be registered as a delegate.

 

Submit Poster Abstract

 

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Global Synthetic Biology & Gene Editing Congress

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For details on attendees, packages and new opportunities, please contact our sponsorship team who will quickly provide everything you need to assess the conference for yourself.

Media Partners

Working in partnership with

  • Absave
  • Austin Journal of Genetics and Genomic Research
  • Bentham Science
  • Biocompare
  • Biochem Adda
  • Bioengineering
  • Biosave
  • GEN
  • Genes
  • Global Information
  • Hospitals Management
  • International Journal of Molecular Sciences
  • Labsave
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • PharmaVOICE
  • SelectScience
  • Swiss Biotech Association
  • Technology Networks