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2-4 July 2018

MaxSynBio Symposium Magdeburg [more]

3-4 July 2018

MaxSynBio Status Seminar 2018
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Registration for Symposium 2018 in Magdeburg is open!

Deadline for early bird registration and poster abstract submission is 31 May. [more]

Synthetic Biology in Germany

MaxSynBio Symposium 2018

From far away to here -
From here further on

In 2007 the Italian artist Maurizio Nannucci created a neon-light sculpure on a meaningful bridge for the city of Magdeburg. For the upcoming Symposium of MaxSynBio his work shall become our credo: "From far away to here - From here further on".

We are warmly welcoming you to discuss current topics in Synthetic Biology, meet people from the MaxSynBio network and the entire Synthetic Biology community and of course to get to know the city of Magdeburg from 2-4 July 2018.

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The Max Planck Society and the Federal Ministry of Education and Research dedicate the new research project MaxSynBio to Synthetic Biology. Research groups from nine Max Planck Institutes across Germany, as well as the Department of Theology of the Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, are involved.  The project started on 1st of August 2014 and will run initially until the end of July 2017 with the option of an extension for additional three years. The scientific coordinators of the project are Prof. Dr.-Ing. Kai Sundmacher (MPI for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems, Magdeburg) and Prof. Dr. Petra Schwille (MPI for Biochemistry, Martinsried).

MaxSynBio

The Max Planck Society and the Federal Ministry of Education and Research dedicate the new research project MaxSynBio to Synthetic Biology. Research groups from nine Max Planck Institutes across Germany, as well as the Department of Theology of the Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, are involved.  The project started on 1st of August 2014 and will run initially until the end of July 2017 with the option of an extension for additional three years. The scientific coordinators of the project are Prof. Dr.-Ing. Kai Sundmacher (MPI for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems, Magdeburg) and Prof. Dr. Petra Schwille (MPI for Biochemistry, Martinsried).
 
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