The International Conference on Engineering Synthetic Cells and Organelles, sponsored in part by the New Mexico Consortium, takes place May 11-14 at the Drury Plaza Hotel in historic Santa Fe, New Mexico.
See the conference webpage here.
The conference will focus on bottom-up synthetic biology and will firmly establish the state-of-the-art of, and grand challenges and opportunities for, synthetic cell technology. It features world leaders in synthetic cell technology from premier US and German universities and national laboratories. The conference will include educational components, both for aspiring young researchers in the form of in-depth and interactive tutorials, and for the general public, in the form of a featured public lecture from a luminary in the field of synthetic cell technology.
Topic areas for the main program will include:
- Strategies to Create Synthetic Cells & Organelles
- Spatial & Temporal Organization of Synthetic Cytoplasmic Structures
- Signaling & Circuits
- Molecular Machines, Mechanics & Motility
- Implications of Synthetic Cell Technology
To learn more about this event and register see: https://syncell2020.unm.edu/home