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BIT's 5th International Symposium of Enzyme & Biocatalysis 2014  (SEB2014)

25 Apr 2014 - 28 Apr 2014 - Dalian, China



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The International Symposium of Enzyme & Biocatalysis (SEB) was initiated in 2010 and have become the leading international forum for the discussion of new developments in enzyme and biocatalysis, putting an emphasis on emerging technologies and focusing on both the fundamental and practical aspects. The proposed scope and thrust of the conference will continue this tradition and will additionally focus on new developments in the field. This conference typically draws international participation both from industry and academia. 

The specific topics include:

Symposium A: Enzyme/Biocatalyst Discovery

Symposium B: Biocatalysis in Challenging Chemistry

Symposium C: Enzyme & Biocatalyst Bioprocessing     
  
Symposium D: Novel Industrial Enzymes and Applications 

Symposium E: Enzymes in Drug Discovery

Symposium F: Enzyme and Biocatalysis R & D in China


Special Event 1: Inaugurate Forum of  Art and Science of Kinases

Special Event 2: Inaugurate Forum of Enzymes and Diseases


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