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Why is exercise good for us? – complementing genetics for better metabolic regulation

Several venues within Cambridge Cambridge, United Kingdom

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. If you still haven’t registered but would like to participate, please CONTACT US. The workshop will include leading researchers from Cambridge, affiliated with Cambridge Metabolic Network and members of the Danish Diabetes Academy with approximately 45 participants from each country.   Purpose of the workshop: Present and discuss of research […]


Genome Editing: CRISPR Design and Strategy

Homerton College Hills Rd, Cambridge , United Kingdom

The following workshop might be of interest to one of your group members. The genome editing CRISPR technique has become very popular in the last year and it is time now that every group has their own CRISPR specialist to tackle all the challenges that lie ahead. Please do not hesitate to contact me if […]

£695 – £797

EMBO Practical Course on Metabolomics Bioinformatics for Life Scientists

Room Kendrew Lecture, The European Bioinformatics Institute Wellcome Trust Genome Campus , Saffron Walden, United Kingdom

Organizers: Reza Salek , EMBL-EBI & Cambridge University, UK Laura Emery , EMBL-EBI, UK Christoph Steinbeck , EMBL-EBI, UK Admin support: Maria Bacadare Goitia , EMBL-EBI Registration Opens Date: Monday, August 3, 2015 Registration Deadline: Monday, November 2, 2015 Participation: Open application with selection Overview This course will provide an overview of key issues that affect […]


Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Long Term Data Preservation and Access

Kaetsu Centre, Murray Edwards College Huntingdon Rd, Cambridge , United Kingdom

The University of Cambridge’s Big Data Strategic Research Initiative are pleased to announce a multidisciplinary conference on long term data preservation, to be held at Murray Edwards College, Cambridge on 14-15 March 2016.   As the worldwide volume of digital data undergoes exponential growth, Big Data technology allows unexpected value to be derived from existing […]


Mitochondrial Medicine: Developing New Treatments for Mitochondrial Disease

Wellcome Trust Conference Centre Saffron Walden, Hinxton, Essex, United Kingdom

Mitochondrial diseases form the largest group of inherited metabolic disorders, and the past decade has seen major advances in our understanding of the molecular mechanisms involved. Novel therapeutic strategies are being developed based on this new knowledge, and preclinical studies in animal models show great promise. This conference will bring together world leaders in the […]

£250 – £350

AstraZeneca and University of Cambridge joint virtual Science Symposium

Via Zoom

Join the first ever joint science symposium between AstraZeneca and the University of Cambridge. This virtual event, hosted jointly by senior leaders, will showcase the very best science from collaborations between BioPharma R&D and the University. We look forward to sharing the phenomenal work, and to identify new opportunities for future collaborative projects. For any […]

Gastronauts Global 2021


When a behavioral neuroscientist sits with a synthetic biologist for breakfast, one can envision a witty probiotic designed to tame our cravings. At our Global event, the table will be served with fine ideas carefully nourished in laboratories around the world. Guts in space, mind bending gut surgery, guts on a chip, and self-medicating chimps are just […]

The Royal Society Scientific Meeting – Causes of obesity: theories, conjectures and evidence

The Royal Society , United Kingdom

Royal Society Scientific Meeting 17-19 October 2022 The Royal Society, London, SW1Y 5AG Scientific discussion meeting organised by Professor John R Speakman FMedSci FRS, Professor Thorkild IA Sørensen, Dr Kevin D Hall and Professor David B Allison. Obesity has been described by the WHO as the largest health threat facing mankind. Obesity is manifestly an […]

Adipose Biology: Metabolic buffering in an obesogenic world

  Adipose Biology: Metabolic buffering in an obesogenic world 23-24 March 2023 in Edinburgh The symposium by the Adipose Tissue Discussion Group will feature talks from both basic and clinical researchers, across a range of organisms and model systems, and include subjects ranging from the genetics, cell biology, physiology and metabolism of adipose tissue. There […]

Cambridge Cardiovascular BHF CRE annual research symposium

  Cambridge Cardiovascular BHF CRE annual research symposium 20 April 2023 The Moller Centre, Cambridge A free event focused on cardiovascular research is open to academic and industry researchers at all levels and to clinicians. Topics include: Population and Data Science, Functional Genomics, Cardiovascular Medicine, Cardiometabolic Medicine, Translation and a Distinguished Lecture by Prof Borja […]