Wednesday 25th + Thursday 26th April 2019 Disruptive Technologies in the Life Sciences Conference – from Single Molecules to Systems Life Sciences re

SULSA's Disruptive Technologies Conference

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SULSA's Disruptive Technologies Conference Science & Technology Edinburgh
SULSA's Disruptive Technologies Conference United Kingdom
  • Edinburgh Scotland United Kingdom
  • Start: Sep 25 2019 08:00
  • Finish: Sep 26 2019 17:00
  • Time zone: Europe/London
Wednesday 25th + Thursday 26th April 2019 Disruptive Technologies in the Life Sciences Conference – from Single Molecules to Systems Life Sciences research is constantly evolving, with technologies periodically emerging that fundamentally improve our ability to interrogate biological systems. Connecting individuals across the spectrum of research, industry and funding, this exciting meeting will be an invaluable opportunity to hear from the pioneers of the ground-breaking technological advances that are fundamentally changing the way we study biology and understand disease. Recent examples include iPSCs and directed differentiation with organoids beginning to recapitulate mammalian tissues in vitro, the array of diverse CRISPR/Cas9 approaches and the rainbow of fluorescent proteins to localise cellular components in order to probe gene function and dissect disease mechanisms. Next-gen sequencing has changed our understanding of whole genomes and biological diversity and is helping us to catalogue the cell-level complexity of tissues via single cell transcriptomics. Quantitative proteomics is helping us unravel the regulation of complex cellular processes. Exciting developments in microscopy and photonics allow us to examine everything from 3D macromolecular structures using cryo-EM, the inner workings of cells using super-resolution imaging, and whole organisms in unprecedented detail using light sheet imaging. Computational analysis of “big data” and the application of AI technologies will change the way biological research is done in the future. Taken together, these technological advances will provide a window on biology that enables us to view and interpret systems at multiple scales, with unprecedented clarity.   FAQs Can I attend both days? Yes, the event fee is valid for entry to both days In that case, why do I have to select a day when purchasing my ticket? Please select which day/s you intend on attending when purchasing your ticket so we can monitor the registration numbers for both days Where can I find out more information? For full details, including the event programme, please visit www.sulsa.ac.uk/conference

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