DIAGONAL will be participating and supporting the Microbial Technologies Week (specifically during the 8th and 9th of November) in Ljubljana, primarily organized between GREENER and SURFBIO EU funded projects. One of the objectives of the event is to serve as scientific and educational forum around the cell-surface interactions topic, with involvement in different research areas, and with part of the focus put on computational biology.
Tuesday 8th of November during the morning will be focused on an Industrial workshop open to public and researchers: In this industrial workshop, experts and stakeholders will participate to learn and share their expertise about the objectives and applications of colloid biology and surface biology, as well as their impacts and possibilities in different industrial sectors. To this end, DIAGONAL will be joined by experts in biological and materials sciences, as well as specialists on health, food and environment applications.
Tuesday afternoon will be dedicated to a Posters presentation session (3 minutes pitching included). For abstracts submission, please follow the instructions given in the following link: https://www.microtechweek.com/poster-session. This session will be an opportunity for the interaction of a significant number of researchers involved in different EU projects within related biology and material sciences topics, allowing you to increase your network.
On Wednesday 9th of November we will celebrate a hands-on training on “Experimental and computational approaches to study cell-cell interactions and cell-surface interactions“. The hands-on training is organized by our colleagues from DIAGONAL within the Wageningen University, in collaboration with the Jožef Stefan Institute (Slovenia), University of Surrey (United Kingdom), Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain) and IDENER Scientific Computing (Spain).
We would be very pleased if members of the DIAGONAL community can attend the event!
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Congrats to our partners at QSAR lab!
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