BIOTRANSFORMATIONS: From science to industrial application
The RSC Biotechnology Group welcome you to this exciting one-day symposium. This meeting will highlight recent achievements, future challenges and current trends in the use of biotransformations and biocatalysis in the industrial biotechnology sector. The focus is on the discovery, modification and industrial application of novel enzymes for biocatalysis. Analytical and process engineering, synthetic biology, computational biology, biochemistry, microbiology, and chemistry, are being harnessed to deliver new biocatalysts for the synthesis of chemical products.
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Venue and Application
The conference will be held at the Chemistry Centre, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BA .
A late application fee will apply after 01 December 2017. Refunds can only be made in respect of cancellations received before 01 December 2017. Substitutions are possible at any time.
Payment may be made via the PayPal button below. Please include the delegate name in the instruction. The fees include attendance at the sessions, lunch and refreshments. The organisers are not registered for VAT and tax invoices cannot be issued.
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For additional information please contact the organisers by email: Prof Paul Dalby
Prof Paul A. Dalby (University College London: firstname.lastname@example.org), Dr Paul Race (University of Bristol), Dr Stephen Wrigley (Hypha Discovery Ltd), and Dr. Colin T. Bedford (University College London), under the auspices of the Royal Society of Chemistry Biotechnology Interest Group.
The Biotechnology Group is the focal point within the RSC for members who have an academic or industrial interest in the chemical aspects of biotechnology.
The Group has annually run conferences or symposia on a diverse range of topics, including Biotransformations, Natural Products, Stem Cell Therapies, Neurological Disorders, Proteomics, and Glycomics.
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For more information please feel free to contact the Chairman, Prof. Paul Dalby (email@example.com), or the Secretary, Dr. Colin Bedford (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The event has been kindly sponsored by BiocatNet, who have also provided guidance on the programme.
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