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Towards Artificial Cells: Novel Advances in Bottom-Up Cell Design and Construction
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This meeting will review the current state of the art in areas ranging from artificial proteins and membranes to synthetic cells and define the problems and prospects for this next-generation technology.

27/11/2013
When: 27/11/2013
Where: Institute of Physics, London, UK
United Kingdom

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This meeting will review the current state of the art in areas ranging from artificial proteins and membranes to synthetic cells and define the problems and prospects for this next-generation technology.


Invited Speakers:

  • Droplet Technologies for creating Protocells
    
Professor John Cooper, University of Glasgow

  • Platforms for the assembly of life: The First Embodied Evolving Chemical System

    Professor Lee Cronin, University of Glasgow

  • Liposome overcrowding and the origin of cellular metabolism

    Professor Luigi Luisi, ETH Zurich

  • Towards Synthetic Cellularity via Protocell Design and Construction

    Professor Stephen Mann, University of Bristol
     
  • A systemic approach to the bottom-up construction of protocells

    Professor Pierre-Alain Monnard, University of Southern Denmark

  • Modular de novo design of self-assembling peptide cages

    Professor Dek Woolfson, University of Bristol

You can obtain online registration fees details on the conference website page.

The poster abstract submission deadline for this event is now approaching. To submit a poster abstract, visit the website via iop.org/conferences.

Poster abstract submission deadline: 02 October 2013

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