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Engineering Biology in Cambridge

 
Bright turquoise background with text reading ‘A Biochemical Society Scientific Meeting. Synthetic Biology UK 2024. 27–28 November 2024. Hinxton Hall, Cambridgeshire, UK.’ On the left is an illustration of DNA editing.

The University of Cambridge and the Biochemical Society are pleased to be co-hosting this year’s Synthetic Biology UK conference. This year's conference will unite the synthetic and engineering biology communities with sessions including Synthetic Cells, Protein Design & Engineering, Future Food, Therapeutics, AI & Machine Learning, Control Systems, and Responsible Innovation.

Synthetic biology stands at the forefront of innovation, combining advances in biosciences, physical sciences, information technology, and engineering to address global challenges in healthcare, agriculture, manufacturing, and the environment.

Join us for the Synbio UK 2024 (#SBUK2024) in Hinxton, Cambridgeshire, home to the esteemed Wellcome Genome Campus, which includes the Wellcome Sanger Institute and the European Bioinformatics Institute. This year's conference will unite the synthetic and engineering biology communities to showcase recent scientific breakthroughs and advancements.

Themes for SBUK 2024:

  • Synthetic Cells
  • Protein Design & Engineering
  • Future Food
  • Therapeutics
  • AI & Machine Learning
  • Control Systems
  • Responsible Innovation.

Confirmed speakers include Harrison Steel (University of Oxford), Sean Cutler (University of California, Riverside), Mark Kotter (Bit.Bio), Jason Chin, (MRC-LMB) and Erika Alden DeBenedictis (Francis Crick Institute). Don't miss this opportunity to engage with leading experts, explore cutting-edge research, and foster collaboration in the dynamic field of Synthetic Biology.

Earlybird tickets are £120 for Biochemical Society members and students, and £230 for non-members. Full price tickets are £170 for Biochemical Society members and students, and £280 for non-members.

Deadline for earlybird registration and abstract submission is 27th September 2024.

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Author Information

Dr. Stephanie Norwood

Coordinator and Events Manager

Engineering Biology IRC

University of Cambridge