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EMBO Conference Series: Chemical Biology 2014

20 Aug 2014 - 23 Aug 2014 - Heidelberg, Germany



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The EMBO Chemical Biology Conference is the largest and broadest meeting of its kind, providing a platform for over 300 top researchers to meet and discuss where the field stands in its full breadth. 

Topics to be covered in 2014 include: 

o Innovations in drug discovery

o Cell signaling

o Computational methods

o Protein engineering

o Controlling and engineering with light

o Synthetic methods

This conference provides a platform for the broad audience in the field of chemical biology to interact. Over 300 participants can meet the 24 speakers and other top researchers whilst at the same time discussing their own data in three large poster sessions and 15 short talks selected from the participants. Every chemical biologist will be provided with the opportunity to meet and discuss with peers, from tool development to biological applications, from computational drug design to synthetic chemistry. Most important, however, is the flagship character of the meeting - participants come to see where the field stands in its full breadth. 






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