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ISPPP 2016

06.11.2016 - 09.11.2016

International Symposium on the Separation of Proteins, Peptides and Polynucleotides (ISPPP), Salzburg (Austria), November 6 – 9, 2016

This new edition of the well-established ISPPP conference series gives the possibility to present latest results in the field of separation of biomolecules. ISPPP also is a place for networking between renowned scientists of the field but also between young researchers making their first steps into the scientific community.

ISPPP 2016 will cover the following topics:

  • HCP analysis
  • Biosimilars
  • 2/3 dimensional analytics
  • HPLC-MSn
  • Scale-up and scale-down of chromatography
  • Virus and VLP isolation
  • DNA separation
  • Protein standards and standardization
  • Biopharmaceuticals
  • Protein nutraceuticals
  • High molecular weight species and superstructures

The scientific committee headed by Prof. Dr. Aleš Podgornik (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia) is looking forward to welcoming you as an active participant to this scientific event.

 

WORKSHOP ON ABE PRODUCTION AND CO2/H2 FERMENTATION

10.11.2016 - 11.11.2016

Workshop consisting of presentations, posters, guided discussions and networking events.

We are organising a 2-day workshop on ABE production and CO2/H2 fermentation. It will be held in Vienna, Austria, on the 10th and 11th of November 2016. We are currently looking for speakers and participants at the workshop.

We would like all participants to prepare a contribution, either poster or presentation. We particularly encourage early stage researchers and projects that are in their start phase.

The topics include:

  • microbiology, feedstock and media
    • strains and mutants
    • growth conditions
    • challenging feedstocks
  • process engineering
    • mixing
    • gassing
    • reactor design
    • product purification

Workshop consisting of presentations, posters, guided discussions and networking events.

Fees: No attendance fee. Lunch will be provided on both days.

Registration: Please register by e-mailing clostridia@boku.ac.at giving the name, institute, position and research interest (ABE, CO2/H2, both) of each participant by the 7th of October 2016.

Abstract: Please submit an abstract for each participant using the template provided by the 14th of October 2016.

http://clostridia.boku.ac.at/

ESIB – European Summit of Industrial Biotechnology

14.11.2016 - 16.11.2016

You are active in industrial biotechnology and are looking for something special? You always thought of an event that not only covers science, but also industrial needs and hopes, funding resources or political aspirations? Stay tuned and keep up with The European Summit of Industrial Biotechnology (ESIB) 2016!

ESIB – science meets economy meets politics

November 14 to 16, 2016, Graz, Austria

Join ESIB to discuss

  • I nspiring trends of industrial biotechnology
  • N ew disruptive technologies and incremental changes
  • N ovel outcomes and approaches
  • O utstanding hot topics
  • V aluable insights in economic and political developments
  • A wesome new design ideas and products
  • T rendsetting concepts for funding and financing
  • E xistential developments in the context of industrial biotechnology

Be part of it – have a voice – rethink industrial biotechnology – INNOVATE!

ESIB – the new European communication platform for industrial biotechnology.

Find the whole story at www.esib.at

ESIB

IBioIC’s 3rd Annual Conference

26.01.2017 - 27.01.2017

“Delivering Impact”

Now in its third year, IBioIC’s annual conference returns for 2017 and is fast becoming the main ‘go to’ event for the biotech industry in Scotland. Attracting over 400 hundred bio-based professionals, academics and students from across the UK and Europe in 2016, this two-day event aims to explore the potential for the industrial biotechnology’s current and future activities in Scotland and further afield, whilst providing delegates with networking opportunities to drive new collaborations.

For 2017, we have great ambitions to reach our global network and invite you all to join us in Scotland for an event you will not want to miss.

Our call for abstracts is now open and offers you the opportunity to participate in a number of tracks throughout the course of the event. Abstracts are being accepted for a number of our parallel tracks and will sit under the themes of IMPACT, INNOVATION and TECHNICAL. The call opens on Friday 2 September and will close at midnight on Sunday 02 October.

For further information on the conference and the abstract submission process, please go to our website: https://www.ibioic.com/IBioIC_3rd_Annual_Conf.htm

RPP - 9th International Conference on Recombinant Protein Production:
RPP 2017

23.04.2017 - 25.04.2017

9th International Conference on Recombinant Protein Production

RPP 2017 – 9th International Conference on Recombinant Protein Production

23.04.2017 - 25.04.2017

The 9th International Conference on Recombinant Protein Production, organised by the University of Groningen and the Austrian Centre of Industrial Biotechnology with the support of the Microbial Physiology Section of the European Federation of Biotechnology, will take place from

23-25th of April, 2017 in Dubrovnik, Croatia.

The RPP conference series aims at offering a comprehensive overview of current challenges and innovative solutions in recombinant protein production across different cell factories. Special attention is attributed to the comparative physiology of microbial and higher eukaryotic platforms for protein production. The 9th RPP conference will build on the successes of previous meetings, which have attracted steadily increasing numbers of researchers from both academia and the bioprocessing industry. The RPP9 meeting will address four major areas and emerging trends in recombinant protein production of industrial relevance:

  • Host physiology under RPP bioprocess conditions, including gene expression and regulation, translation, protein folding and stability, secretion, stress responses and cellular quality control.
  • Cell engineering for RPP, including systems metabolic engineering, synthetic biology tools, and integration of random and rational approaches.
  • RPP processes at industrial scale, including challenges in up- and down-scaling, host physiology under bioprocess conditions, downstream processing, bioprocess analysis, product quality control, and the safety status of cell factories.
  • Biofabrication of complex protein structures, including multicomplex and multispecific proteins, membrane proteins, and surface display of proteins as well as cell-free technologies.

Please find more information about the conference on the website http://www.rpp2017.eu

acib impressions
Labs Wien 1
Dunkle Kulturen 3
Fermenter Monitoring
Bioreactor IFA Tulln
Strain Collection
acib guest
Rot fluoreszierende Bakterien
Synthetic Biology 1