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            5th Applied Synthetic Biology in Europe - Banner
            Continuing the tradition of this meeting series, ASBE V will present the latest advances in Applied Synthetic Biology research. Covering fundamental and technological discoveries and applications of different biological systems, ASBE V will bring together key partners from both academia and industry. Supported by prestigious keynote speakers such as Jay Keasling, Claudia Vickers, Marileen Dogterom and John van der Oost, ASBE V warmly welcomes early carrier scientists with talks selected from submitted abstracts. Discounts for early career scientists and grants are available upon application. Join ASBE V to share your research and follow the most recent advances in the flourishing Synthetic Biology community!

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            Due to the continued spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Organising Committee of the Joint ECB2020 and IBS 2020 Congress have taken the decision to postpone this year's Congress. The ECB-IBS 2020 Congress will be moved to the 9-12 May 2021 and will still be held at the MECC in Maastricht, The Netherlands.

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            In these exceptional and unprecedented times, many companies and organizations are eagerly working to advance the development of a vaccine in the context of the current COVID-19 crisis.

            New bioprocess technologies such as single-use equipment and process automation open up novel possibilities for quality control and validation. This is especially important in GMP regulated environments such as in the development and manufacturing of new influence vaccines. When facing a pandemic outbreak, the need to smoothly develop new processes and quickly scale-up to clinical production volumes is key to efficiently develop new vaccinations.

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            A narrow residence time incubation reactor for continuous virus inactivation based on packed beds

            A narrow residence time distribution (RTD) is highly desirable for continuous processes where a strict incubation time must be ensured, such as continuous virus inactivation. A narrow RTD also results in faster startup and shut down phases and limits the broadening of potential disturbances in continuous processes. A packed bed reactor with non-porous inert beads was developed to achieve narrow RTDs.
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            In January 2020, China saw an outbreak of a new coronavirus strain now named SARS-CoV-2. Although the animal reservoir for the SARS and MERS viruses are known, this has yet to have been confirmed for SARS-CoV-2. All three strains are transmissible between humans.

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            Highlights in Medicinal Chemistry IV

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