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            Deadline for early bird registration: 30 April 2019

            The scope of the meeting is to discuss different applications, ranging from the engineering of organisms, proteins, and the engineering of functionalized bio-based and bio-inspired materials. While the specific aspects and scientific questions in these fields are different, the larger umbrella of methods used in these fields is similar.


            Functional and tuneable materials
            Combatting infections
            Novel drugs and delivery systems
            Control of biological and biochemical processes
            Fundamental information processing
            Tools and approaches for molecular engineering
            Molecular tool development
            Secure and sustainable

            Redesign and production of macromolecules in cell factories
            Engineered biological devices for medical applications
            Sense, respond, and biohybrid


            The meeting will be held in the Green Flag accredited Newcastle University Campus in the heart of Newcastle upon Tyne.

            Registration includes the 2.5 days of the conference, with materials, refreshments, lunches, welcome reception and conference dinner at BALTIC on Thursday 1st August. An optional tour of the Wylam Brewery is also available for Wednesday 31st July.

            Onsite childcare will be available for dependent children of attendees between 0 - 12 years of age.

            Register now


            Kate Adamala
            Univ. of Minnesota, USA
            Johan Elbaz
            Tel Aviv University, Israel
            Jan Johansson
            Karolinska Institute, Sweden
            Geertje Van Keulen
            Swansea University, UK
            Mustafa Khammash
            ETH Zurich, Switzerland
            Diethard Mattanovich
            BOKU Vienna, Austria
            Naomi Nakayama
            Edinburgh University, UK
            Akira Onoda
            Osaka University, Japan
            Nicola Patron
            The Earlham Institute, UK
            Anna Rising
            Karolinska Institute, Sweden
            Luis Serrano
            CRG Barcelona, Spain
            Eriko Takano
            University of Manchester, UK

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            Organised by the European Federation of Biotechnology, and its sections Bioengineering and Bioprocessing  and Polymer Biotechnology