UNIK Center for Synthetic Biology co-organising Cold Spring Harbor Asia Synthetic Biology Conference – University of Copenhagen

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04 September 2012

UNIK Center for Synthetic Biology co-organising Cold Spring Harbor Asia Synthetic Biology Conference

UNIK Center for Synthetic Biology will be represented at the Cold Spring Harbor Asia Synthetic Biology Conference, held from November 26th-30th in Suzhou, China.





As co-organiser of the conference, Head of UNIK Center for Synthetic Biology, Birger Lindberg Møller has the opportunity to strengthen existing Danish-Chinese scientific relations through the selection of mutually relevant speakers. 

Confirmed speakers from UNIK Center for Synthetic Biology
Professor Birger Lindberg Møller - Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences, 
University of Copenhagen
Associate Professor Björn Hamberger - Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences, University of Copenhagen
Associate Professor Tom Vosch - Department of Chemistry,  University of Copenhagen
Professor Dimitrios Stamou Department of Neuroscience and Pharmacology, University of Copenhagen
Professor Ulrik Gether - Department of Neuroscience and Pharmacology, University of Copenhagen

The Center is also pleased to announce that the following collaborators will present a lecture at the conference:

Professor Henrik Vibe Scheller - JBEI, Berkeley, US
Professor Horst Vogel - École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

The Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory’s (CSHL) program of scientific meetings and courses is among the most recognized and respected in the biological sciences. The Laboratory has a long and distinguished history of being the forum where new discoveries, concepts and scientific techniques are discussed. Through these programs, CSHL has fostered the birth and development of many fields of biological and biomedical research. The Laboratory’s Annual Symposium, now in its 77th year, continues to highlight the latest advances in biology in a specific field each year.