Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269

Warning: mb_substr_count() expects at most 3 parameters, 4 given in /home/protocol/public_html/forums/admin/sources/classes/text/parser/bbcode/defaults.php on line 1269
BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//IP.Board Calendar 3.4.5//EN METHOD:PUBLISH CALSCALE:GREGORIAN X-WR-CALNAME:Scientific Conferences and Workshops BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:Europe/London TZURL:http://tzurl.org/zoneinfo/Europe/London X-LIC-LOCATION:Europe/London BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZOFFSETFROM:+0000 TZOFFSETTO:+0100 TZNAME:BST DTSTART:20090329T020000Z RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYMONTH=3;BYDAY=-1SU END:DAYLIGHT BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:+0100 TZOFFSETTO:+0000 TZNAME:GMT DTSTART:20091025T020000Z RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYMONTH=10;BYDAY=-1SU END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:Europe/London TZURL:http://tzurl.org/zoneinfo/Europe/London X-LIC-LOCATION:Europe/London BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZOFFSETFROM:+0000 TZOFFSETTO:+0100 TZNAME:BST DTSTART:20110327T020000Z RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYMONTH=3;BYDAY=-1SU END:DAYLIGHT BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:+0100 TZOFFSETTO:+0000 TZNAME:GMT DTSTART:20111030T020000Z RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYMONTH=10;BYDAY=-1SU END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:Europe/London TZURL:http://tzurl.org/zoneinfo/Europe/London X-LIC-LOCATION:Europe/London BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZOFFSETFROM:+0000 TZOFFSETTO:+0100 TZNAME:BST DTSTART:20120325T020000Z RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYMONTH=3;BYDAY=-1SU END:DAYLIGHT BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:+0100 TZOFFSETTO:+0000 TZNAME:GMT DTSTART:20121028T020000Z RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYMONTH=10;BYDAY=-1SU END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:Europe/London TZURL:http://tzurl.org/zoneinfo/Europe/London X-LIC-LOCATION:Europe/London BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZOFFSETFROM:+0000 TZOFFSETTO:+0100 TZNAME:BST DTSTART:20100328T020000Z RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYMONTH=3;BYDAY=-1SU END:DAYLIGHT BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:+0100 TZOFFSETTO:+0000 TZNAME:GMT DTSTART:20101031T020000Z RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYMONTH=10;BYDAY=-1SU END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:Europe/London TZURL:http://tzurl.org/zoneinfo/Europe/London X-LIC-LOCATION:Europe/London BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZOFFSETFROM:+0000 TZOFFSETTO:+0100 TZNAME:BST DTSTART:20160327T020000Z RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYMONTH=3;BYDAY=-1SU END:DAYLIGHT BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:+0100 TZOFFSETTO:+0000 TZNAME:GMT DTSTART:20161030T020000Z RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYMONTH=10;BYDAY=-1SU END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:Europe/London TZURL:http://tzurl.org/zoneinfo/Europe/London X-LIC-LOCATION:Europe/London BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZOFFSETFROM:+0000 TZOFFSETTO:+0100 TZNAME:BST DTSTART:20150329T020000Z RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYMONTH=3;BYDAY=-1SU END:DAYLIGHT BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:+0100 TZOFFSETTO:+0000 TZNAME:GMT DTSTART:20151025T020000Z RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYMONTH=10;BYDAY=-1SU END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:Europe/London TZURL:http://tzurl.org/zoneinfo/Europe/London X-LIC-LOCATION:Europe/London BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZOFFSETFROM:+0000 TZOFFSETTO:+0100 TZNAME:BST DTSTART:20130331T020000Z RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYMONTH=3;BYDAY=-1SU END:DAYLIGHT BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:+0100 TZOFFSETTO:+0000 TZNAME:GMT DTSTART:20131027T020000Z RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYMONTH=10;BYDAY=-1SU END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:Europe/London TZURL:http://tzurl.org/zoneinfo/Europe/London X-LIC-LOCATION:Europe/London BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZOFFSETFROM:+0000 TZOFFSETTO:+0100 TZNAME:BST DTSTART:20140330T020000Z RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYMONTH=3;BYDAY=-1SU END:DAYLIGHT BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:+0100 TZOFFSETTO:+0000 TZNAME:GMT DTSTART:20141026T020000Z RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYMONTH=10;BYDAY=-1SU END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:Europe/London TZURL:http://tzurl.org/zoneinfo/Europe/London X-LIC-LOCATION:Europe/London BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZOFFSETFROM:+0000 TZOFFSETTO:+0100 TZNAME:BST DTSTART:20170326T020000Z RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYMONTH=3;BYDAY=-1SU END:DAYLIGHT BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:+0100 TZOFFSETTO:+0000 TZNAME:GMT DTSTART:20171029T020000Z RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYMONTH=10;BYDAY=-1SU END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:August 3-7\, 2009 Forest Tree Microarray Workshop @ DTSTAMP:20090507T002652Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:aa6c28ca9a213c8f5e14aa7f513e34ab@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="ktay":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:August 3-7\, 2009 Forest Tree Microarray Workshop @ Universi ty of Georgia\n\nhttp://aspendb.uga.edu/workshop\n\n \nWorkshop topics:\n\ n * Overview of microarray expression profiling\n * Hands-on target amplification and Cy-dye labeling\n * Microarray hybridization using Ag ilent Poplar array\n * Array scanning and image analysis\n * Data an alysis\, clustering\, and more\n\n \nWho should attend?\n\n Participa nts who have no prior hands-on experience in microarray technology. Postdo cs and graduate students are particularly \n encouraged to attend.\ n\nWhat is the cost?\n\n Registration fee is $\;700 per person.\n Space is limited to 12.\n\nHow to register?\n\n * Download pre-re gistration form &\; submit by May 15.\n * Selected participants must register by June 15.\n\nAccommodation:\n A block of rooms have been reserved at the Georgia Center.\n Participants must make their hotel reservations by July 1 to enjoy the special rates.\n\n * Single occupan cy: $\;89 plus tax\n * Double occupancy: $\;109 plus tax\n * Please reference "\;Microarray Workshop"\; for the special rates. \n * If you are interested in sharing a room with another workshop part icipant\, please contact Kate ( ktay@warnell.uga.eduThis e-mail \n a ddress is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to vi ew it ) for assistance.\n\nWorkshop Instructors:\n\n * Juan Cui (Ph.D.) \, Institute of Bioinformatics\n * Prof. CJ Tsai\, Department of Geneti cs &\; Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources\n * Kate Tay (M.S.)\, Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20090802T170000Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Nature.com Webcast | HIV Vaccines DTSTAMP:20110630T201520Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:b70ca745486e675b7e9290e1c194bf6f@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="readysepgo":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:In recognition of the 30th anniversary of the discovery of H IV/AIDS\, Nature Immunology and STEMCELL Technologies have collaborated to bring you a webcast discussion on:\n\nCurrent Controversies: HIV Vaccines \nA webcast discussion with Dr. Ronald Desrosiers and Dr. Louis Picker. \ n\nDr. Ronald Desrosiers is responsible for the discovery of simian immuno deficiency virus and the KSHV-related virus of rhesus monkeys\, has develo ped them into important monkey models of human viral disease\, and has use d these models to better understand the mechanisms of viral pathogenesis. He has argued effectively for greater emphasis on discovery research in AI DS vaccine development efforts.\nDr. Louis Picker graduated from UCLA with a B.S. in bacteriology in 1978 and took his M.D. degree at the University of California at San Francisco in 1982. After residency training in patho logy at Beth Israel Hospital\, Boston\, and postdoctoral training in immun ology at Stanford University Medical Center\, he was appointed assistant p rofessor and then associate professor of pathology at the University of Te xas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. In 1999 he came to OHSU and ONP RC as professor of pathology/molecular microbiology and immunology in the OHSU School of Medicine and head of the Division of Pathobiology and Immun ology.\n\nMore details are forthcoming\, but ask us more today at: @stem_c ells DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20110810T070000Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Public/Private Health: Genomics\,Medicine &\; Society DTSTAMP:20120820T105737Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:fc3fb829d2794e1fb76e37b8af0b9542@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:14th EMBO | EMBL Science and Society Conference\nFor further information\, please visit: http://www.embl.de/t...3-01/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20120820 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:9th EMBL Conference Transcription and Chromatin DTSTAMP:20100203T001808Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:2c63bbe03b8cdded03341a58ebaf4fa5@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Saturday 28 August - Tuesday 31 August 2010\n\nEMBL Heidelbe rg\, Germany\n\nevent website\n\nSpeakers:\n\nShelley Berger\, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine\, USA\n\nRen Bing\, The Ludwig Institut e for Cancer Research\, USA\n\nAdrian Bird\, University of Edinburgh\, Uni ted Kingdom\n\nBrad Cairns\, Huntsman Cancer Institute\, USA\n\nJob Dekker \, University of Massachusetts Medical School\, USA\n\nPeter Fraser\, The Babraham Institute\, United Kingdom\n\nHager Gordon\, National Cancer Inst itute\, USA\n\nJoost Gribnau\, Erasmus MC\, Netherlands\n\nIngrid Grummt\, DKFZ\, Germany\n\nTony Kouzarides\, Gurdon Institute\, United Kingdom\n\n John Lis\, Cornell University\, USA\n\nJane Mellor\, University of Oxford\ , United Kingdom\n\nHernandez Nouria\, University of Lausanne\, Switzerlan d\n\nOliver Rando\, University of Massachusetts\, USA\n\nDanny Reinberg\, Howard Hughes Medical Institute\, USA\n\nRobert Roeder\, The Rockefeller U niversity\, USA\n\nUeli Schibler\, University of Geneva\, Switzerland\n\nK evin Struhl\, Harvard Medical School\, USA\n\nLaszlo Tora\, IGBMC\, France \n\nReik Wolf\, The Babraham Institute\, United Kingdom\n\nJerry Workman\, Stowers Institute for Medical Research\, USA\nInvited Speakers\n\nJoe Eck er\, Salk Institute for Biological Studies\, USA\n\nFrançoise Stutz\, Univ ersity of Geneva\, Switzerland DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20100827T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20100831T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:10th EMBL Conference - Transcription and Chromatin DTSTAMP:20111121T132039Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:68c341c9ffda44f0b213459b45a7092d@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For further information about this conference at EMBL\, Heid elberg and to register please visit: \nhttp://www.embl.de/t...2-01/index.h tml DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20120825 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20120829 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Stem Cells in Cancer and Regenerative Medicine DTSTAMP:20111121T132234Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:9a5a65ef428b6a5942d2258322b0e4c1@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For further information about this conference at EMBL\, Heid elberg and to register please visit:\nhttp://www.embl.de/t...2-01/index.ht ml DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20120829 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20120902 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:The Human Animal DTSTAMP:20101206T115716Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:fe582af7290fb5ecffda18238fce3971@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For further information and to register for this course plea se follow the link below to the events website:\nThe Human Animal DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20110731T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20110806T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Exploring Modular Protein Architecture DTSTAMP:20091028T090723Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:84541ab2bd9789099d7baa5dadab9d77@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:http://www.embl.de/t.../2010/EMP10-01/\n\nOver the last few years a new paradigm has been emerging concerning the nature of Eukaryotic regulatory proteins - contrasting with the nice neat globular protein vie w expounded by biochemical and cell biological textbooks. Instead\, many p roteins have a remarkable number of architecture modules - including long natively disordered segments and short linear motifs that are awkward to i nvestigate computationally and experimentally.\n\nThe course will set the scene by introducing the biological concepts behind these architecture mod ules and provide extensive hands-on application of the relevant bioinforma tics tools with appropriate example proteins. The power - but also the lim itations\, which remain substantial - of the currently available software will be examined. \n\n \n\nTopics:\n\n * Introduction to Common Bioinfo rmatic Tools (optional initial half day at no extra cost)\n * Multiple Sequence Alignment\n * Protein-Protein Interaction Networks\n * Pred icting Globular Domains and Native Disorder DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20090118T160000Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Aquatic Microeukaryotes DTSTAMP:20150518T125811Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:8b1cab26449182324ba2398e5092e20e@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBO | EMBL Symposium: \;A New Age of Discovery for Aqua tic Microeukaryotes\n \; EMBL Heidelberg\, Germany\nTuesday 26 January - Friday 29 January 2016\nhttp://www.embo-embl...6-01/index.html\n \; Abstract deadline: \;22 October 2015Registration deadline: \;3 Dec ember 2015Why attend?\nNew discoveries about the unexpected lifestyles of aquatic microbial eukaryotes (protists) are advancing rapidly through the targeted exploration of cultured isolates and whole communities using mole cular sequencing and imaging techniques in concert with evolutionary theor y and geochemical analysis. Three major contributions to microeukaryote bi ology\, ecology\, and evolution that are catapulting the field forward are the Marine Microbial Eukaryote Transcriptome Sequencing Project (MMETSP)\ , the Tara Oceans Expeditions\, and the Malaspina Expedition. Although the se three efforts focused on marine organisms\, they have provided an unpre cedented wealth of new data to the broader protist ecology\, evolution\, b iogeochemistry\, and model system research communities. Moreover\, these e fforts are enabling development of new concepts about the interactions of protists with viruses\, bacteria\, and archaea.\nThe goal of the symposium is to increase the impact of the new knowledge generated from these uniqu e datasets and to foster new collaborations among aquatic microbial ecolog ists\, evolutionary biologists\, oceanographers\, limnologists\, cell and molecular biologists\, geneticists\, and more. The objective is also to ad dress “\;What questions can we now ask because of the completion of t he marine field campaigns and with the arrival of new technologies\, metho ds\, and concepts from all corners of the biological sciences?”\;\nRe searchers from across multiple areas of microbial eukaryotic study will di scuss and debate understudied areas in aquatic protistology\, increase per meability across traditional disciplinary boundaries in the biological sci ences\, and open doors to new collaborations. By the end of the symposium\ , participants will walk away with broadened horizons about ecology\, evol ution and cell biology\, creative new ideas\, and an appreciation of how t he latest technologies can be used in their own research and applied to th e Tara Oceans\, MMETSP\, and Malaspina datasets. In addition\, those who s tudy long-standing microbial eukaryote model systems will have new visions for how their model organisms are part of whole ecosystems and the conseq uences thereof for ecosystem function and biogeochemistry. TopicsEvolution ary ecologyMolecular evolution\, systematics \;Ecophysiology and the e nvironmentOrganism–\;organism interactionsBiogeochemical cyclesMolecu lar and cell biologyBioinformatics\, databases and data explorationExperim ental model systems in environmental protistologySignaling and communicati on / AdaptationWho should attend?\nParticipants will include protistologis ts that focus on aquatic\, soil\, and plant-\, animal- and human-associate d microbial communities\; bacterial\, archaeal\, and virus ecologists\; ev olutionary biologists\; cell biologists\; geneticists\; bioinformaticians\ ; cyberinfrastructure developers\; taxonomists\; physiologists\; oceanogra phers\; limnologists\; geochemists\; and more. Students\, postdoctoral fel lows\, and early career scientists are particularly welcome\, including th ose who participated in MMETSP\, the Tara Oceans Expeditions\, and/or the Malaspina Expedition.\n \; DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20160126 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20160130 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:RNAi\, MicroRNAs -2009-Boston Meeting DTSTAMP:20090227T152106Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:9940040f587ca81ff7b8f6d68af80be8@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="bioforum":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:RNAi\, MicroRNAs -2009-Boston Meeting on RNA interference &a mp\; MicroRNAs: Biochemistry to Drugs &\; Therapeutics\n\nhttp://www.ex pressge...009/main09.html DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20090331T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20090402T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO Practical Course-Methods in Chemical Biology DTSTAMP:20101006T091044Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:3f0d32d68a1b39177234eed80d71d791@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:The goal of this course is to give an introduction to a broa d range of state-of-the-art chemical biology methods and to provide a foru m for active cross-communication. We will encourage the participants to ap ply methods of this interdisciplinary field to answer their biological que stions. Emphasis will be on chemical protein engineering methods\, proteom ics methods\, screening techniques and in vivo protein labelling as well a s enzyme activity probes. Thereby\, emphasis will be on (commercial) avail ability of the methods and reagents and on understanding of the chemical m ethods. Participants will do hands-on experiments supervised by experts in the field and will have plenty of time to discuss their own research prob lems with teachers and invited speakers.\n\nTopics that will be covered in clude:\n\nIn vivo protein labeling via Snap- and Clip-tag technology\n\nDe velopment and application of nucleic acid probes for detection of RNA in c ells\n\nPhotocontrollable and small-molecule-switchable enzymes\n \nMiniat urized lipid arrays for screening of protein-lipid interactions\n\nMass sp ectrometry and liquid chromatography for the identification of proteins an d posttranslational modifications\n \nIntroduction of unnatural amino aci ds via amber suppression for site-specific protein labeling\n \nExpressed Protein Ligation and native chemical ligation\n\nAssay development and val idation for high throughput screening in microtiter plate format\n\nMicrof luidic technologies for single-cell/single organism assays and high throug hput screens\n\nFor more information and to register please visit: http:// www.embl.de/t...1-01/index.html DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20110326T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20110402T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Frontiers in Stem Cells and Cancer DTSTAMP:20141007T082354Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:9a271a9ad444a62f5745737a422f6e27@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:http://www.embo-embl...5-01/index.html\n \;\nSummary &am p\; Aims \;\nThis conference aims to establish an interactive forum fo r stem cell- and molecular biologists that study pluripotency and its impa ct on cancer. Major emphases are cancer growth- and stem cell self-renewal mechanisms\, their regulation by epigenetic means and non-coding RNAs. As such\, the meeting is designed to connect scientists working in some of t he most-intensely studied areas of research\, not usually interacting in a concise conference setting.\nTopicsStem Cells in CancerStem Cells\, Cance r &\; MetastasisStem Cell Aging &\; MetabolismNon-Coding RNAs in Ste m CellsEpigenetics and Cancer Genomics DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150329 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150401 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBL Workshop: Visualizing Biological Data (VizBi) DTSTAMP:20090318T141703Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:4c7780b9aad0fc8be48985caf70b7aca@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Location &\; Date: EMBL Heidelberg\, 3 - 5 March 2010\n\n Event website: http://www.embl.de/conferences/vizbi/2010\n\nRegistration i s not open yet\, please "\;subscribe"\; for the mailing list (chec k website) and you will get informed once new information is available.\n\ nAims\nA primary way that biologists interact with their data is through v isualization systems\, ranging from simple\, stand-alone methods to comple x\, integrated software packages. However\, the sheer volume and diversity of both data and of visualization systems presents an increasing challeng e for biologists.\n\nThe goal of the workshop is to bring together\, for t he first time\, researchers developing and using systems to visualize a br oad range of biological data\, including sequences\, genomes\, phylogenies \, macromolecular structures\, systems biology\, microscopy\, and magnetic resonance imaging. In selecting topics for this workshop\, we have focuse d on the visualization of processed and annotated data in their biological context\, rather than the processing of raw data.\n\nThe meeting will rev iew the state-of-the-art and highlight current and future challenges acros s this broad range of visualization systems.\nThe underlying theme of the workshop is to provide a forum to help identify and exploit synergies. For example - cases for inter- operation\, the re-use of methods or concepts\ , and common conventions in usability.\n\nPreliminary Program:\n\nDay 1 (s tart after lunch):\n\n * Opening Remarks\n * Opening Keynote: Bioinf ormatics/Visualization/Usability\n * Session: Visualization of Assembli es and Genomes\n o Sequence Assembly\n o Genome Browsers \n o Comparative Genomics\n * Coffee and Posters\n * Sessio n: Visualization of Alignments and Phylogenies\n o Alignments\n o Gene Evolution\n o Phylogenetics\n * Pre-Dinner Drin ks and Posters\n * Dinner\n\n\nDay 2 (full day):\n\n * Session: Syst ems Biology Visualization (I)\n * Transcriptomics\n * Proteomics\n * Coffee and Posters\n * Session: Systems Biology Visualization (II)\ n o Metabolomics\n o Interaction Networks\n o P athways\n * Buffet Lunch and Posters\n * Session: Visualization of S tructures (I)\n o Small Molecule Interactions\n o Macrom olecules\n * Coffee and Posters\n * Session: Visualization of Struct ures (II)\n o RNA\n o Complexes\, Large Structures &\ ; Cryo-Electron Microscopy\n o Molecular Dynamics\n * Pre-Dinn er Drinks and Posters\n * Gala Dinner\n\n\nDay 3 (end during afternoon) :\n\n * Session: Light Microscopy (I) / Visualization of Image-Resolved Data\n * Cells\n * Tissues and Organisms\n * Coffee and Posters\ n * Session: Light Microscopy (II) / Visualization of Time-Resolved Dat a\n o Single Molecule Dynamics\n o Cells\n o Ti ssues and Organisms\n * Buffet Lunch and Posters\n * Session: Visual ization in Magnetic Resonance Imaging\n o Quantitative Tissue Ima ging\n o Cell and Tissue Reconstruction\n o Diffusion Te nsor Imaging\n o Cardiovascular and Ultra-Short Timescale Imaging \n * Coffee and Posters\n * Closing Keynote\n * Wrap-Up Session a nd Discussion\n * Closing Remarks\n\n\nConfirmed Speakers\nRichard Bald ock\, Medical Research Council\, United Kingdom\nNitin Baliga\, Institute for Systems Biology\, USA\nMark Bastin\, University of Edinburgh\, United Kingdom\nAnne E. Carpenter\, Broad Institute\, United Kingdom\nMichele Cla mp\, Broad Institute\, USA\nInna Dubchak\, Lawrence Berkeley National Labo ratory\, USA\nSuzanne Duce\, University Of Dundee\, United Kingdom\nJan El lenberg\, European Molecular Biology Laboratory\, Germany\nAlexander Goess mann\, Bielefeld University Center of Biotechnology (CeBiTec)\, Germany\nM atthew Hibbs\, The Jackson Laboratory\, USA\nOliver Kohlbacher\, Universit y of Tuebingen\, Germany\nIvica Letunic\, European Molecular Biology Labor atory\, Germany\nMichael Nilges\, Institut Pasteur\, France\nChristine Ore ngo\, University College London\, United Kingdom\nSteve Pieper\, Harvard M edical School\, Brigham &\; Women'\;s Hospital\, USA\nMark Ragan\, I nstitute for Molecular Bioscience\, Australia\nHelen Saibil\, Birkbeck Col legeu\, United Kingdom\nJurgen Schneider\, University of Edinburgh\, Unite d Kingdom\nJanet Thornton\, European Bioinformatics Institute\, United Kin gdom\nPavel Tomancak\, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics\, Germany\nRebecca Wade\, European Media Laboratory\, Germany\nEr ic Westhof\, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique\, France DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20100302T160000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20100305T155959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Microinjection into Adherent Cells DTSTAMP:20101206T104414Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:834602189092237e6f898d684afe3550@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:This course is aimed at Technicians and Scientists intereste d in microinjection into adherent cells that have basic experience with ce ll culture and microscopy.\n\nAbout 20% of the course program covers lectu res and tutorials on microinjection and corresponding microscopy technique s by experts in the field. The rest of the time will focus on hands on pra ctical work organised in small groups. These practical will address the fo llowing topics: sample preparation\, microinjection of marker dyes\, micro injection of GFP-constructs\, microscopy training\, and experiment analysi s.\n\nParticipants may bring along their own samples as they will have the possibility to image them and discuss results with the course teachers.\n \nFor further information and to register for this course please follow th e link to the events website:\nMicroinjection into Adherent Cells DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20110301T160000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20110303T155959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:High-Throughput RNAi and Data Analysis DTSTAMP:20120820T102846Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:eb086c6e2e698817064507c1c084ffc1@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBO Practical Course\nFor further information please visit: http://events.embo.o...EventID=pc13-08\nFor all EMBL event information\, you can also visit: http://www.embl.de/t...mit=Show Events DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20130303 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20130309 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO Conference Series: Visualizing Biological DTSTAMP:20130705T104758Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:7650da3b9adac9f339c425250584debe@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:VIZBI brings together scientists\, illustrators\, and design ers actively using or developing computational visualization to study a di verse range of biological data.\nEMBL Heidelberg\, Germany\n4 &ndash\; 7 M arch 2014\nRegistration will open shortly.\nRegistration is not yet open f or this event. If you are interested in receiving more information please subscribe to our mailing list vizbi@embl.de.\n Venue: EMBL Heidelberg\ , Germany Meyerhofstr. 1\, 69117 Heidelberg\, Germany Website: http: //www.embl.de/t.../2014/VIZ14-01/ Phone number: +4962213878797 DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20140304 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20140308 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Advanced Microscopy (EMBL) DTSTAMP:20091104T135426Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:87c953ac5b7842a9abf23bc04ffff833@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Advanced Microscopy\nEMBL Heidelberg\n\nMonday 8 March - Sun day 14 March 2010\n\nPlease visit this event website for more information\ n\n\nThe European Molecular Biology Laboratory\, one of the world'\;s t op research institutions\, is dedicated to basic research in the molecular life sciences. EMBL is funded by public research monies from 20 member st ates - Austria\, Belgium\, Croatia\, Denmark\, Finland\, France\, Germany\ , Greece\, Iceland\, Ireland\, Israel\, Italy\, Luxembourg\, the Netherlan ds\, Norway\, Portugal\, Spain\, Sweden\, Switzerland and the United Kingd om and an associate member state\, Australia.\n\nAdvanced Training is one of the core missions of the EMBL since its creation in 1974. Aiming at the promotion of excellence in modern life sciences and providing valuable se rvices to its Member States and the international scientific community\, E MBL has build a tradition and extensive expertise in organising and hostin g advanced conferences\, courses and workshops.\n\nRegistration will open soon.\n\nMeanwhile\, if you are interested in this course and would like t o receive updates\, please send an email to the mailing list and mention t he name of the course. You will then be informed once the registration is open or new information is available:courses@embl.de\n\nFor a full list of EMBL events\, please visit our website DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20100307T160000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20100314T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO Conference - VIZBI 2012 DTSTAMP:20110919T085539Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:1cc28753c47f5700a3f31f838aec9511@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:The conference features 22 invited talks that will review th e state-of-the-art and challenges in visualizing data from genomes\, trans cripts\, proteins\, cells\, organisms\, and populations.\n \nFor further i nformation and to register please visit: http://vizbi.org/2012/ DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20120306 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20120309 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO Conference Series DTSTAMP:20150803T085511Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:9bd5cdfcfcbfdfa1d06fce35acb843e7@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:VISUALIZING BIOLOGICAL DATA VIZBI 2016\nThe 3rd EMBO Confere nce on Visualizing Biological Data (VIZBI 2016) - also the 7th internation al meeting on this topic - will be held 9–\;11 March 2016 at EMBL Hei delberg in Germany. VIZBI brings together scientists\, illustrators\, and designers actively using or developing computational visualization to stud y a diverse range of biological data.\nThe conference features 21 invited talks that will review the state-of-the-art and challenges in visualizing data from genomes\, transcripts\, proteins\, cells\, organisms\, and popul ations. Prior to the meeting (Tuesday\, 8 March)\, there will also be tuto rials on several visualization tools.\n \;\nPlease find more info here DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20160309 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20160312 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:The Complex Life of mRNA: From Synthesis to Decay DTSTAMP:20090720T100519Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:83431ca4f57c08bebad26e5d388c46d4@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Location &\; Date: Advanced Training Centre\, EMBL Heidel berg\, Germany\n\nEvent website &\; Registration: www.embl.de/conferenc es/RNA/2010\n\nRegistration deadline: 10 January 2010\n\nAims\nThe regulat ion of gene expression has been studied traditionally at the level of tran scription. While a few examples of translational regulation were known\, t hey were considered interesting exceptions to the general rule of regulati on at the level of RNA synthesis. However\, over the last few years it has become evident that several widespread posttranscriptional\, mostly cytop lasmic mechanisms have profound effects on gene expression. All of these m echanisms ultimately contribute to control protein synthesis\, either dire ctly\, by affecting the rate of translation\, or indirectly\, by affecting the abundance of mRNA. Some of them exert a qualitative\, all-or-none con trol\, for example by complete repression or elimination of certain mRNAs\ , others determine the intracellular location or the cell-type in which a particular RNA is translated\, and still others have a quantitative effect \, controlling the amount of protein made from a certain mRNA. The analysi s of some of the most exciting aspects of these cytoplasmic mechanisms of gene regulation is a major focus of this meeting. It is co-sponsored by th e DFG (FOR855) and EMBL Corporate Partnership Program.\nProgramme\n\nProgr amme:\n\nThursday 18 March 2010\n\n * 16:45 Registration\n * 18:45 - 19:00 Welcome Remarks\n * 19:00 - 21:30 Synthesis and processing of mR NA\n\nFriday 19 March 2010\n\n * 09:00 - 10:30 The translation machiner y and its regulation by proteins\n * 10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break\n * 11:00 - 12:30 The translation machinery and its regulation by proteins (co nt)\n * 12:30 - 14:00 Lunch Break\n * 14:00 - 15:30 miRNAs: biogenes is and function\n * 15:30 - 16:00 Coffee Break\n * 16:00 - 17:30 miR NAs: biogenesis and function (cont)\n * 17:30 - 19:30 Poster Session wi th Aperitif\n * 20:00 Dinner \n\nSaturday 20 March 2010\n\n * 09:00 - 10:30 Translational regulation of Viruses and Bacteria\n * 10:30 - 11 :00 Coffee Break\n * 11:00 - 12:30 Translational regulation of Viruses and Bacteria (cont)\n * 12:30 - 13:00 Lunch Break\n * 14:00 - 15:30 RNA Turnover\n * 15:30 - 16:00 Coffee Break\n * 16:00 - 17:30 RNA Tu rnover (cont)\n * 17:30 - 19:30 Poster Session with Aperitif\n * 20: 00 Gala Dinner\n\nInvited Speakers:\n\nElena Conti\, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry\, Germany\nPatrick Cramer\, University of Munich\, Germany \nAnne Ephrussi\, EMBL Heidelberg\, Germany\nWitold Filipowicz\, Friedrich Miescher Institute\, Switzerland\nUlrike Gaul\, University of Munich\, Ge rmany\nFatima Gebauer \, CRG (Centre for Genomic Regulation)\, Spain\nMatt hias Gromeier \, Duke University\, USA\nAlan Hinnebusch\, National Institu tes of Health\, USA\nRalf Jansen\, University of Tübingen\, Germany\nJens Lykke-Andersen \, University of California San Diego\, USA\nRaul Mendez\, CRG (Centre for Genomic Regulation)\, Spain\nKarla Neugebauer\, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics\, Germany\nDinshaw Patel \, Sloan-Kettering Institute\, USA\nSébastien Pfeffer\, University of Stra sbourg\, France\nTom Pieler\, University of Göttingen\, Germany\nPeter Sar now\, Stanford University\, USA\nRobert Singer\, Yeshiva University\, USA\ nMikiko Siomi\, Keio University\, Japan\nNahum Sonenberg\, McGiIl Universi ty\, Canada\nBertrand Séraphin \, CNRS\, France\nDavid Tollervey \, Univer sity of Edinburgh\, United Kingdom\nJörg Vogel\, Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology\, Germany DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20100317T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20100320T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Seeing is Believing – Imaging the Processes of Lif DTSTAMP:20101006T090708Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:4160431d5b5aeb6d85e5c84233f4712a@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:The processes of life are naturally dynamic in space and tim e from the molecular to the organismal level. The rapid development of ima ging methods across this full scale of biological organization has revolut ionized our ability to directly visualize the inner workings of proteins\, protein complexes\, organelles\, cells\, tissues\, organs and whole organ isms and ecosystems.\n\nWith the Symposium “Seeing is Believing – Imaging the Processes of Life” we aim to bring together the leading developers of imaging methods with cutting edge applications that illustrate how imaging can answer biological questions. We will place emphasis on methods that a re able to capture the dynamics of life and aim to span the whole range fr om molecular resolution to imaging of whole organisms.\n\nFor more informa tion and to register please visit: http://www.embo-embl...1-01/index.html DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20110316T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20110320T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Single molecule &\;cell fluorescence Å/nm/μ\;/mm-scop y DTSTAMP:20140905T140325Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:c7ac468ceced020e56a802f98b76d650@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBO Practical course: Single molecule and single cell fluor escence Å\;/nm/μ\;/mm-scopy\n \;\nEMBL Advanced Training Centr e\, Heidelberg\, Germany\n \;\nSunday 15 March - Monday 23 March 2015\ n \;\nevent website\n\nRegistration deadline: 21 December 2014\n \ ;\nThis 9-day practical course will give a detailled insight into single m olecule and single cell fluorescence Å\;/nm/μ\;/mm-scopy. Fluoresc ence is a light-based molecular phenomenon that is inherently non-invasive \; it thus finds broad application in the studies of living matter - from the observation of isolated proteins in buffer to complex machinery in liv ing animals. Detection of fluorescence offers highest signal to noise\, su ch that even single molecules can be investigated. This coined the develop ment of myriads of fluorescence-based experimental strategies in biology a nd biophysics. Progress in biological research is directly linked to the d evelopment and subsequent application of new spectroscopic/microscopic tec hniques. Researchers in biology are mostly question driven –\; their aiming at using novel light-microscopy often reflects the hope to gain new insights\, based on the promises of publication on the methods. This typi cally causes a misperception\, e.g. that certain experiments performed und er controlled biochemical conditions might not be easily adaptable to stud ies in cells\, or that high-resolution methods do frequently not match the demands of in cell studies. Vice versa\, in cell studies frequently lack the insights into the molecular mechanism. To achieve the necessary unders tanding to integrate seamlessly fluorescence tools across different resolu tion levels and laboratory scales (biochemical-cell-organism) in their res earch projects\, the participants will receive hands on training and speci alized training across a large range of high-resolution fluorescence studi es. In particular\, the course aims to teach the common concepts but also what requirements distinguish a large set of advanced fluorescent spectros copic and microscopic techniques\, from biochemical conditions to complex cellular systems. Experts in different fields will introduce principles\, challenges and guidance of their fields. In this surrounding the participa nts will be able to directly perform small research projects in teams of t wo people on state of the art equipment and discuss their results with inv ited investigators\, instructors\, local teachers and editor.\n \; DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150315 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150324 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBL Master Course - Target Enrichment and NGS DTSTAMP:20101206T104820Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:35aaed3b95643a82bdaaade205c61388@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Next-generation sequencing technology has brought a high lev el of efficiency to genome sequencing. Unfortunately\, next-generation wor kflows tend to be complex\, time-consuming\, and costly to perform. And — despite the increased efficiency of these systems\, they still lack the ab ility to target specific areas of interest for sequence interrogation.\n\n With the SureSelect Target Enrichment System\, only the genomic areas of i nterest are sequenced\, creating process efficiencies that reduce costs an d allow more samples to be analyzed per study. Reducing the amount of DNA being interrogated also allows investigators to perform experiments with m ore statistically relevant numbers of samples.\n\nThe main objective of th is course is to provide hands-on training in library preparation and targe t enrichment required for next-generation sequencing.\n\nFor further infor mation and to register for this course please follow the link below to the events website:\nTarget Enrichment and NGS DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20110320T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20110325T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBL Conference: Microglia: Guardians of the Brain DTSTAMP:20130705T105100Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:ba6cbd22de1882cf606d1ad3132c10d3@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION: 26th - 29th March 2014\n Organization: CCO EMBL Venue : EMBL Heidelberg\, Germany Meyerhofstr. 1\, 69117 Heidelberg\, German y Website: EMBL Conference: Microglia: Guardians of the Brain Phone number: +4962213878797\n Deadlines\nAbstract Deadline:\n16th January 201 4Registration Deadline:\n16th February 2014 Speakers\n\n\nKeynote Speakers :\nSiamon Gordon\, University of Oxford\, United Kingdom\,\nRichard Ransoh off\, Clevland Clinic\, USA\nMicroglia are phagocytic cells of hematopoiet ic origin that enter the brain and play important functions in both health and disease. Although discovered nearly one hundred years ago\, microglia have only recently been appreciated to be highly dynamic cells that scan the brain to monitor and eliminate apoptotic\, injured and sick neurons.\n TopicsWhere do microglia come from?How do microglia contribute to neuronal development?How do microglia respond to neuronal injuries?How do microgli a respond to disease?Where do microglia come from?How do microglia contrib ute to neuronal development?How do microglia respond to neuronal injuries? How do microglia respond to disease? DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20140326 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20140330 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:modENCODE DCC webinar March 1st 2012 DTSTAMP:20120213T181631Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:fe392364bbc3c3600df2e1d074844cb4@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="modencoder":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:MODENCODE DATA ACCESS WEBINAR Mar 1st 2012\nmodENCODE projec t aims to provide the biological research community with a comprehensive e ncyclopedia of genomic functional elements in the model organisms C. elega ns and D.melanogaster. Data Coordination Center for modENCODE is conductin g a series of webinars with the next one\, "\;Understanding worm and f ly transcriptome data"\;\, scheduled on Thursday Mar 1\, 12:00 EST (Ea stern US time). This webinar will introduce the participant to the transcr iptome analysis data generated in Robert Waterston's lab (C. elegans) and Susan Celniker's lab (D. melanogaster)\, all data sets accessible via www. modencode.org. Space is limited so advance registration is necessary. Ple ase email help@modencode.org <\;mailto:help@modencode.org>\; to reserv e your spot. More details and the schedule are at http://wiki.modencod...b ility_webinars DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20120301 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:in vivo Plant Imaging DTSTAMP:20140905T135320Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:d96b71c24a096a036b0f43bd2c49cdf8@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBL Advanced Training Centre\, Heidelberg\, Germany\n \ ;\nMonday 9 March - Sunday 15 March 2015\n \;\nevent website\n\nRegist ration deadline: 10 December 2014\n \;\nThis practical course will tea ch participants the practical aspects of live-imaging plant tissues. Plant s are quite different to animals in many ways. For instance they typically develop much more slowly and cells do not migrate. Their overall morpholo gies are also very different and the presence of cell walls presents chall enges optically. Over many years\, certain laboratories have developed spe cialised imaging techniques optimised for plants. However despite these ad vances\, the adoption of these techniques by the wider plant research comm unity has been extremely limited. These specialised techniques will be tau ght to help promote their wider adoption. The course will cover the physic al preparation of samples from different parts of the plant as well as tim e-lapse imaging strategies and image analysis approaches and uses.\nThe ma in practical themes will include:Confocal imaging of developing shoot meri stems and leavesLight-sheet imaging of rootsIn vivo imaging of calcium and pHKinetic microscopy techniques\, such as FRAP and FLIM-FRET.Lectures on many other related topics such as image segmentation\, modeling and Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) will also be presented. DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150309 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Genome Capture and Next-Gen Sequencing (EMBL) DTSTAMP:20091104T135647Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:13b2c0345d44644361e8eb7e81f38c05@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:\nGenome Capture and Next-Gen Sequencing\nEMBL Heidelberg\n\ nMonday 26 April - Friday 30 April 2010\n\nPlease visit this website for m ore information about this event\n\n\n\nThe European Molecular Biology Lab oratory\, one of the world'\;s top research institutions\, is dedicated to basic research in the molecular life sciences. EMBL is funded by publi c research monies from 20 member states - Austria\, Belgium\, Croatia\, De nmark\, Finland\, France\, Germany\, Greece\, Iceland\, Ireland\, Israel\, Italy\, Luxembourg\, the Netherlands\, Norway\, Portugal\, Spain\, Sweden \, Switzerland and the United Kingdom and an associate member state\, Aust ralia.\n\nAdvanced Training is one of the core missions of the EMBL since its creation in 1974. Aiming at the promotion of excellence in modern life sciences and providing valuable services to its Member States and the int ernational scientific community\, EMBL has build a tradition and extensive expertise in organising and hosting advanced conferences\, courses and wo rkshops.\n\nRegistration will open soon.\n\nMeanwhile\, if you are interes ted in this course and would like to receive updates\, please send an emai l to the mailing list and mention the name of the course. You will then be informed once the registration is open or new information is available:co urses@embl.de\n\nFor a full list of EMBL events\, please visit our website DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20100425T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20100430T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBL Conference DTSTAMP:20150803T081907Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:160d4470b377749356fc75921916140d@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:European Conference of Life Science Funders and FoundationsT he big pictureCoping with ComplexityProviding transparency\, trust\, and c redibility while maintaining a culture of creativityTaking the long view & #8211\; Funding the life sciencesSupport on all scales –\; Individual contributions to life science progressThe way forward –\; New forms and frameworks for private support \; DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20160426 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20160428 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Translating Diabetes DTSTAMP:20130705T105310Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:fec8cec1da0c4c3f0208dd5ed18b67cd@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION: 30th April - 3rd May 2014\nVenue: \nEMBL Heidelberg\, \ nMeyerhofstr. 1\, 69117 Heidelberg\, Germany \nWebsite: EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Translating Diabetes \nPhone number: +4962213878797 \n\nThis EMBO | EMBL Symposium aims to bring together established experts \, physician scientists and basic researchers to discuss the multi-layered and complex processes leading up to novel therapeutic strategies for diab etes\, obesity and related health issues\, such as cancer and cardiovascul ar disease DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20140430 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20140504 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Next Generation Sequencing Data Analysis DTSTAMP:20101206T105858Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:80ebc1b6b2e4cff84e5e7127c5e33aa1@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For further information and to register for this course plea se follow the link below to the events website:\nNext Generation Sequencin g Data Analysis DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20110403T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20110406T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Tumour Microenvironment DTSTAMP:20150608T131238Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:04d5619552ca200a292a5c67611d207e@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION: \; EMBO | EMBL Symposium: \;Tumour Microenvironment and Signalling EMBL Heidelberg\, Germany\n \;\nSunday 3 April - Wedne sday 6 April 2016\nhttp://www.embo-embl...6-02/index.html\n \;\nMany o ncogenes and tumor suppressor genes have been identified and mapped to sig naling pathways that regulate cell growth and death. Dysregulation allows oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes to transform mammalian cells and canc ers arise in conditions where multiple such events occur in the same cell. Many proto-oncogenes and tumor suppressors have been mapped to canonical signaling pathways\, providing a more holistic view of growth control mech anisms and paving the way for systems level analysis of cancer mechanisms. It has also been found that a subset of the cells present in a tumor\, cal led cancer stem cells\, retain the ability to self-renew and to give rise to all cell types in a particular cancer. \;\n\nAn emerging concept is that tumors also strongly depend on external signals for maintenance and expansion. To fully understand tumor development and progression\, a deepe r knowledge of the cross-talk between tumor cells and their microenvironme nt and the interactions between cancer cells and cancer stem cells is need ed.\n \; Aims of event\nThis symposium brings together researchers fro m complementing fields to enhance our understanding of the communication b etween cancer cells and their microenvironment. Important open questions a re: Which signals do cancer cells transmit to and receive from the stroma and how do these signals promote malignant growth? What roles does the ext racellular matrix play during neoplastic transformation? What is the contr ibution of immune cells to tumor progression? How is the inflammatory resp onse of the tumor microenvironment regulated by the microbiota?\n \; T opicsSignalling pathways in stroma and cancersCancer stem cellsCancer and the immune systemAnimal models of cancerTherapeutical implications: from b ench to bedside DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20160403 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20160407 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Techniques for the Generation of Transgenic Mice DTSTAMP:20101206T110958Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:fef54461f5987c5cc144dbfc42ab6357@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:This course is aimed at Technicians and Scientists intereste d in the generation of transgenic mice that have basic experience with euk aryotic cells and microscopy.\n\nAbout 30% of the course program covers le ctures and tutorials on generating transgenic mice and corresponding micro scopy and laser techniques by experts in the field. The rest of the time w ill focus on hands on practical work organised in small groups. These prac tical will address the following topics: injection of DNA into the pronucl eus of fertilized mouse oocytes\, embryonic stem cell transfer into blasto cysts\, laser-assisted stem cell transfer into 8-cell stage embryos\, and microscopy training.\n\nFor further information and to register for this c ourse please follow the link below to the events website:\nTechniques for the Generation of Transgenic Mice DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20110404T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20110406T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Metagenomics: From the Bench to the Data Analysis DTSTAMP:20120820T103454Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:079deb7c26ee8e27877290db59f54aea@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBO Practical course\nFor further information please visit: http://www.embl.de/t...3-01/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20130414 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20130421 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO | EMBL Symposia: Cellular Heterogeneity DTSTAMP:20141106T130949Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:4e41bf2626c143f56c97c318d5d93e0e@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Cellular Heterogeneity: Role of Variability and Noise in Bio logical Decision-Making\nevent website\n \;\n \; EMBL Heidelberg\, Germany\nWednesday 15 April - Saturday 18 April 2015\n \;\nThe purpos e of this symposium is to bring together researchers across different disc iplines with a shared interest in studying the origins and consequences of variability in biological systems\, ranging from stochastic molecular flu ctuations to emerging cell population-level phenomena. The symposium will highlight the important role that single-cell approaches now have across t he whole life sciences\, be it in studying the dynamics of a molecular sys tem in tissue culture cells or developing organisms\, \;in understandi ng cell fate decisions during stem cell differentiation\, \;in interpr eting results from large-scale perturbations\, or in mapping the cellular heterogeneity underlying drug resistance in cancer. DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150415 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150419 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBL Conference: The Epitranscriptome DTSTAMP:20150803T080741Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:55a5feb9ee8761c8c8172d5575ab6f8a@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:This first ever Epitranscriptome meeting aims to explore all aspects of this emerging topic\, from methods development to molecular me chanism as well as the mammalian physiological function of RNA modificatio n and RNA binding proteins.\n\n \;\nIt is now being revealed that the modification status of the transcriptome is dynamic and responsive to envi ronmental/developmental cues. Together\, this has elicited the realization of an ‘\;epitranscriptome’\; where posttranscriptional RNA modi fication coupled with recruitment of effector RNA binding proteins dynamic ally regulates genomic output and RNA function.\n \;\nPlease find more info here DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20160420 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20160423 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:MODENCODE DATA ACCESS WEBINAR Apr 5th 2012 DTSTAMP:20120321T160744Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:02d9b6478d2e16fbdbcc4541ba78277f@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="modencoder":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:modENCODE project aims to provide the biological research co mmunity with a comprehensive encyclopedia of genomic functional elements i n the model organisms C. elegans and D.melanogaster. Data Coordination Cen ter for modENCODE is conducting a series of webinars with the next one\, & quot\;Understanding transcription in Drosophila sister species"\;\, sc heduled on Thursday Apr 5th\, 12:00 EDT (Eastern US Daylight Saving time). This webinar will discuss the data produced in Brian Oliver's lab for sev eral Drosophila species. Space is limited so advance registration is neces sary. Please email help@modencode.org to reserve your spot. More details a nd the schedule are at http://wiki.modencod...bility_webinars DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20120405 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:workshop whole transcript microarray data analysis DTSTAMP:20090318T154524Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:4c667c7d1587c312959c399eeaa2b3b0@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:The joint EMBL/Affymetrix workshop on whole transcript micro array data analysis\n\nLocation &\; Date: EMBL Heidelberg\, 4 - 7 May 2 009\n\nRegistration\nRegistration deadline is 19 April 2009. \n\nEvent web site &\; Registration: http://www-db.embl.d...upsOrg/conf_126\n\nTeache rs\nRaffaele Calogero\, Italy\nPim French\, Netherlands\nMikaela Gabrielli \, NOT SPECIFIED\nLee-Hsueh Hung\, Germany\nRoderick Jensen\, USA\nEdward Oakeley\, Switzerland\nStuart Pepper\, United Kingdom\nChristian Zinser\, Germany DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20090503T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20090507T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Next-Gen Sequencing Data Analysis DTSTAMP:20091104T140453Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:011b825fe761f925a9b224870d235643@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Next-Gen Sequencing Data Analysis\nEMBL Heidelberg\n\nMonday 3 May - Tuesday 4 May 2010\n\n\n\nPlease visit this website for more info rmation about this event\n\nThe European Molecular Biology Laboratory\, on e of the world'\;s top research institutions\, is dedicated to basic re search in the molecular life sciences. EMBL is funded by public research m onies from 20 member states - Austria\, Belgium\, Croatia\, Denmark\, Finl and\, France\, Germany\, Greece\, Iceland\, Ireland\, Israel\, Italy\, Lux embourg\, the Netherlands\, Norway\, Portugal\, Spain\, Sweden\, Switzerla nd and the United Kingdom and an associate member state\, Australia.\n\nAd vanced Training is one of the core missions of the EMBL since its creation in 1974. Aiming at the promotion of excellence in modern life sciences an d providing valuable services to its Member States and the international s cientific community\, EMBL has build a tradition and extensive expertise i n organising and hosting advanced conferences\, courses and workshops.\n\n Registration will open soon.\n\nMeanwhile\, if you are interested in this course and would like to receive updates\, please send an email to the mai ling list and mention the name of the course. You will then be informed on ce the registration is open or new information is available:courses@embl.d e\n\nFor a full list of EMBL events\, please visit our website DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20100502T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20100504T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Biology and Pathology of the Malaria Parasite DTSTAMP:20091104T143953Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:ef673f6865be48efede98ff6fae21ce0@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION: Monday 3 May - Wednesday 5 May 2010\n The Sixth Annual Bio MalPar Conference on the Biology and Pathology of the Malaria Parasite \n \nScientific organiser: A. Waters \nLocation: EMBL Heidelberg\, Germany \n\nClick here for more information about this event\n\n\nThe European Ne twork of Excellence BioMalPar is organising its sixth annual conference on the Biology and Pathology of the Malaria Parasite. BioMalPar consists of 50 partner laboratories in 24 institutions from 8 European countries and f rom 6 malaria endemic countries (Mali\, Sudan\, Uganda\, Nigeria\, Cameroo n and India). It also comprises 12 European affiliated partners.\n\nCreate d in April 2004\, BioMalPar was established with the vision of forming a E uropean-wide virtual institute\, enhancing cohesion between its component research groups.\n\nThe scientific aims of the network are to address\, in an integrated\, collaborative manner\, fundamental questions of the biolo gy of the malaria parasite\, its vector\, and the disease\, allowing optim al exploitation of the resulting knowledge to impact on public health.\n\n BioMalPar places a particular emphasis on its training role\, and has esta blished a high profile PhD scholarship. BioMalPar aims also to ensure a br oad dissemination of research results and enhance the public awareness thr ough the implementation of a website www.biomalpar.org\, and the organisat ion of annual conferences\, training courses and meetings.\n\nThe purpose of the BioMalPar annual conference is to bring together malaria researcher s from Europe and overseas (including Africa\, America\, Asia and Australi a) in order to present and share recent groundbreaking findings on fundame ntal malaria research. New insights will also be featured through the use of poster sessions. This meeting will also provide an enriched environment for researchers at all stages of their career to interact with internatio nal leaders in the field. The meeting will offer an excellent opportunity for sharing ideas and for potential development of new worldwide collabora tions.\n\n \n\nRegistration will open soon.\n\nMeanwhile\, if you are inte rested in this conference and would like to receive updates\, please send an email to the mailing list. You will then be informed once the registrat ion is open or new information is available.\n\nFor a full list of EMBL ev ents\, please visit our website DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20100502T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20100505T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO Practical Course: Computa Molecular Evolution DTSTAMP:20091210T165038Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:5452b00f9a2dd00a254033efd05766f3@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="aesb":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:http://cwp.embo.org/pc10-25/\n\n10-day course aimed at provi ding postgraduate (and more advanced) researchers with the theoretical kno wledge and practical skills to carry out molecular evolutionary analyses o n sequence data. \n\nThe course will be aimed at students with a wide rang e of different levels of experience. The course will entail data retrieval and assembly\, alignment techniques\, phylogeny reconstruction\, hypothes is testing\, and population genetic approaches. DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20100502T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20100512T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Evolution and Ecology of Model Organisms DTSTAMP:20120820T103618Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:2b94d934060f25580e0744984e3706b8@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBO | EMBL Symposium\nFor further information\, please visi t: http://www.embo-embl...3-01/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20130501 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20130505 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO Conference: Chromatin and Epigenetics DTSTAMP:20160609T124127Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:64e107497a84110d711071d3bdd40dc9@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:The principal objective of this conference series is to prov ide an international forum for cutting edge research in chromatin and epig enetics. This conference provides “\;the focal hub”\; for people to present their research and exchange ideas in a European venue. The org anising team assembles top speakers covering the latest advances in the fi eld\, incorporating diversity in every sense (gender\, geography etc). The overarching goal of this conference series is to cover chromatin regulati on\, chromatin dynamics\, signalling to chromatin\, nuclear architecture a nd dynamics\, developmental epigenetics\, epigenomics\, epigenetics and hu man diseases\, genome stability\, environmental epigenetics\, and transgen erational inheritance. We also include talks on latest approaches for stud ying these biological questions\, including functional genomics\, system b iology and super resolution microscopy.\n \;\nFor more information ple ase visit: \;http://www.embl.de/training/events/2017/CHR17-01/index.ht ml DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20170503 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20170507 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO Practical Course Scientific Programming and D DTSTAMP:20091028T092630Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:01f38a9a6af2dc65989a6ddc90fd7cbc@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBO Practical Course\nScientific Programming and Data Visua lization for Structural Biology\nEMBL Heidelberg\, Germany\n\nWednesday 5 May - Friday 7 May 2010\ncontext.title\n\nThe Practical Course on Scientif ic Programming and Data Visualization was developed at Harvard where it wa s offered for the last two years. In 2010\, for the first time\, it will m ove to Heidelberg\, allowing 45 European students to participate. The cour se is designed primarily for structural biologists\, but scientists from o ther disciplines are welcome to apply. The goals of the course are to to a llow students to learn and master computational skills that are frequently required in less routine projects and to learn methods of data visualizat ion. Joint lecture sessions and three parallel tutorial tracks will be off ered: Scientific Programming with Python\, OSX Programming and Molecular V isualization with Maya. As part of the course\, we ask students to prepare a project proposal that is relevant for their own research area.\n\n\n\nP lease register online:\nhttp://www.embl.de/t...0-01/index.html DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20100504T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20100507T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBL Conference-Sixth International Congress on El DTSTAMP:20101011T134832Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:8322e54e476d68fb2cbe4c47648da684@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For more information please please follow the link and subsc ribe to our mailing list:\nhttp://www.embl.de/t...1-01/index.html DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20110504T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20110508T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO Conference Series: Chromatin and Epigenetics DTSTAMP:20140814T090159Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:90c0fa4b4afb4d93c4c6c12639a9a9e7@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:http://www.embl.de/t...5-01/index.html\n \;\nTopicsChrom atin regulationChromatin dynamicsSignalling to chromatinNuclear architectu re and dynamicsDevelopmental epigeneticsEpigenomicsEpigenetics and human d iseasesGenome stabilityEnvironmental epigeneticsTransgenerational inherita nceSummary\nThe principal theme and objective of this conference series is to provide a forum for the state-of-the-art in chromatin\, epigenetics an d epigenomics research to the international community. The conferences pro vide a focal point for people to present their current research and exchan ge ideas in a European venue. The organising team assembles top speakers c overing the newest advances in the field\, with an emphasis on including y oung PIs and incorporating diversity in every sense (gender\, geography et c). Aims\nWe aim to include cutting edge technologies for approaching the biological questions of the topics listed above. As the field moves toward s the analysis of epigenetic phenomena at the single-cell level\, the use of automated robotic platforms\, e.g. for high-throughput single cell bisu lfite-sequencing\, coupled with quantitative computational techniques\, is becoming ever-more important. We plan to highlight these new developments with a session concentrating on new technologies available for the study of epigenetics and chromatin biology. The pluridisciplinary angle of this meeting should be most stimulating for the international community.\n  \;\n \; DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150506 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150511 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Tumor Microenvironment and DTSTAMP:20130705T105530Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:6a5968725f83e0acf724f2bb7c45e3d1@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION: 7th - 10th May 2014\nVenue: EMBL Heidelberg\, Germany \nM eyerhofstr. 1\, 69117 Heidelberg\, Germany \nWebsite: EMBO | EMBL Sympo sium: Tumor Microenvironment and Signaling \nPhone number: +496221387879 7 \n\nSince the description of the first proto-oncogenes Src\, Myc\, Ju n and Ras\, many other oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes have been iden tified. The respective proteins regulate key cellular growth and death pat hways. Dysregulation allows oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes to transf orm mammalian cells and cancers arise in conditions where multiple such ev ents are juxtaposed. Many proto-oncogenes and tumor suppressors have been mapped to canonical signaling pathways\, providing a more holistic view of growth control mechanisms and paving the way for systems level analysis o f cancer mechanisms.\n\nSpeakers\n\nConfirmed Speakers:\nKari Alitalo\, Un iversity of Helsinki\, Finland\,\nFrances Balkwill\, Barts Cancer Institut e\, United Kingdom\,\nMariano Barbacid\, Spanish National Cancer Research Centre\, Spain\,\nJoanne Brugge\, Harvard Medical School\, USA\,\nVincenzo Cerundolo\, University of Oxford\, United Kingdom\,\nMike Clarke\, Stanfo rd University\, USA\,\nMaria Pia Cosma\, CRG Barcelona\, Spain\,\nKarin de Visser\, Netherlands Cancer Institute\, The Netherlands\,\nRudi Grossched l\, Max Planck Institute of Immunobiology and Epigenetics\, Germany\,\nLis a Johnson\, BC Cancer Agency\, Canada\,\nChris Marshall\, The Institute of Cancer Research\, United Kingdom.\nJan Paul Medema\, Academic Medical Cen ter\, The Netherlands\,\nLuis Parada\, UT Southwestern\, USA\, Emmanuella Passegué\;\, UCSF\, USA\,\nAndreas Trumpp\, Deutsches Krebsforschung szentrum\, Germany\,\nKaren Vousden\, The Beatson Institute for Cancer Res earch\, United Kingdom\,\nZena Werb\, University of San Francisco\, USA DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20140507 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20140511 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Biology and Pathology of the Malaria Parasite DTSTAMP:20090318T140956Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:9c4d082daa5c6484955c2c06e11752d2@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Location &\; Date: EMBL\, Heidelberg\, Germany\, 18 - 20 May 2009\n\nRegistration\nRegistration deadline is February 28\, 2009\n\nT he total number of participants is limited to 240.\n\nEvent website &\; Registration: http://www.embl.de/conferences/BMP/2009\n\nAims\n\nThe Euro pean Network of Excellence BioMalPar is organising its fifth annual confer ence on the Biology and Pathology of the Malaria Parasite. BioMalPar consi sts of 50partner laboratories in 24 institutions from 8 European countries and from 6 malaria endemic countries (Mali\, Sudan\, Uganda\, Nigeria\, C ameroon and India). It also comprises 12 European affiliated partners.\nCr eated in April 2004\, BioMalPar was established with the vision of forming a European-wide virtual institute\, enhancing cohesion between its compon ent research groups.\nThe scientific aims of the network are to address\, in an integrated\, collaborative manner\, fundamental questions of the bio logy of the malaria parasite\, its vector\, and the disease\, allowing opt imal exploitation of the resulting knowledge to impact on public health.\n BioMalPar places a particular emphasis on its training role\, and has esta blished a high profile PhD scholarship.\nBioMalPar aims also to ensure a b road dissemination of research results and enhance the public awareness th rough the implementation of a website biomalpar.org\, and the organisation of annual conferences\, training courses and meetings.\n\nThe purpose of the BioMalPar annual conference is to bring together malaria researchers f rom Europe and overseas (including Africa\, America\, Asia and Australia) in order to present and share recent groundbreaking findings on fundamenta l malaria research. New insights will also be featured through the use of poster sessions.\nThis meeting will also provide an enriched environment f or researchers at all stages of their career to interact with internationa l leaders in the field. The meeting will offer an excellent opportunity fo r sharing ideas and for potential development of new worldwide collaborati ons.\n\nTopics\n\n* Development and Gene Regulation\n* Functional Cell Bio logy and Metabolism\n* Molecular and Cellular Biology of the Pathogenesis of Malaria\n* Immune Response and Defence Mechanisms in the Host and the V ector\n\nProgramme\n\nMini symposium in honour of Prof. Brian Greenwood (L SHTM\, UK)\nLaudatio by Kevin Marsh\n\nKeynote Speakers\n\nCharlie Boone\, University of Toronto\, Canada\nFlaminia Catteruccia\, Imperial College L ondon\, United Kingdom\nManuel Llinas\, Princeton University\, USA\nKevin Marsh\, KMRI\, Kenya\nMario Recker\, University of Oxford\, United Kingdom \nLouis Schofield\, WEHI\, Australia\nIsabelle Tardieux\, Institut Cochin\ , France\nLiz Winzeler\, Genomics Institute of the Novartis Research Found ation\, USA DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20090517T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20090520T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Whole Transcript Microarray Data Analysis DTSTAMP:20091104T145357Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:b0c2fc26fcc87d08318011ff7f6465a7@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Whole Transcript Microarray Data Analysis\nEMBL Heidelberg\n \nMonday 17 May - Wednesday 19 May 2010\n\nPlease click here for more info rmation about this event\n\nThe European Molecular Biology Laboratory\, on e of the world'\;s top research institutions\, is dedicated to basic re search in the molecular life sciences. EMBL is funded by public research m onies from 20 member states - Austria\, Belgium\, Croatia\, Denmark\, Finl and\, France\, Germany\, Greece\, Iceland\, Ireland\, Israel\, Italy\, Lux embourg\, the Netherlands\, Norway\, Portugal\, Spain\, Sweden\, Switzerla nd and the United Kingdom and an associate member state\, Australia.\n\nAd vanced Training is one of the core missions of the EMBL since its creation in 1974. Aiming at the promotion of excellence in modern life sciences an d providing valuable services to its Member States and the international s cientific community\, EMBL has build a tradition and extensive expertise i n organising and hosting advanced conferences\, courses and workshops.\n\n Registration will open soon.\n\nMeanwhile\, if you are interested in this course and would like to receive updates\, please send an email to the mai ling list and mention the name of the course. You will then be informed on ce the registration is open or new information is available.\n\nFor a full list of EMBL events\, please visit our website DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20100516T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20100519T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Advanced Light Microscopy Techniques Applications DTSTAMP:20091104T150047Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:d6d053a2e39165adf14330a66792d3a9@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBO Workshop\nAdvanced Light Microscopy Techniques and thei r applications – 10th international ELMI meeting\nEMBL Heidelberg\, German y\n\nTuesday 18 May - Friday 21 May 2010\n\n\nPlease click here for more i nformation about this event\n\nThe European Molecular Biology Laboratory\, one of the world'\;s top research institutions\, is dedicated to basic research in the molecular life sciences. EMBL is funded by public researc h monies from 20 member states - Austria\, Belgium\, Croatia\, Denmark\, F inland\, France\, Germany\, Greece\, Iceland\, Ireland\, Israel\, Italy\, Luxembourg\, the Netherlands\, Norway\, Portugal\, Spain\, Sweden\, Switze rland and the United Kingdom and an associate member state\, Australia.\n\ nAdvanced Training is one of the core missions of the EMBL since its creat ion in 1974. Aiming at the promotion of excellence in modern life sciences and providing valuable services to its Member States and the internationa l scientific community\, EMBL has build a tradition and extensive expertis e in organising and hosting advanced conferences\, courses and workshops.\ n\nRegistration will open soon.\n\nMeanwhile\, if you are interested in th is course and would like to receive updates\, please send an email to the mailing list and mention the name of the course. You will then be informed once the registration is open or new information is available.\n\nFor a f ull list of EMBL events\, please visit our website DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20100517T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20100521T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:7th Annual BioMalPar Conference-Biology and Pathol DTSTAMP:20101011T135051Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:2467a11096361d9df57c16a646933d78@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For more information please follow the link below and subscr ibe to our mailing list.\nhttp://www.embl.de/t...1-01/index.html DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20110515T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20110518T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Neural circuits in the past\, present and future DTSTAMP:20160421T094807Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:9ae1394ab3f10db4f231ccfba6344015@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Why attend?\nThe goal of this symposium is to promote intera ctions between researchers studying neural circuits both in traditional mo del systems (worm\, fly\, fish\, mouse)\, in humans\, and in diverse\, eme rging models to (i) discuss the origins\, commonalities and differences of animal nervous systems\, (ii) highlight the spectacular capabilities of n eural circuits to control animal behaviour\, and (iii) reflect on how tech nological innovations will open up new possibilities to understand and rep air the nervous system. By bringing together a unique and eclectic mix of scientists studying nervous systems from the molecular to the psychologica l level\, this symposium should stimulate novel cross-fertilisation of ide as and methodologies to understand neural circuit structure and function.\ n \;\nTopicsNeuroscienceEvolution EcologyGeneticsWho should attend?\nS cientists interested in nervous system structure\, function and evolution. DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20170514 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20170518 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:New Perspectives on Immunity to Infection DTSTAMP:20111102T100039Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:4c2ee9bfbea70c76d037da8ef2d0d06b@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:This symposium at EMBL Heidelberg in Germany will discuss ne w developments and approaches for overcoming critical gaps in our understa nding of the pathogenesis of infectious diseases and immunity to infection .\n \nFor further information and to register please visit: http://www.emb o-embl...a.org/index.php DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20120519 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20120523 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO Conference Series: Chromatin and Epigenetics DTSTAMP:20120820T103756Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:1b9cdb1fdb47fe5c00a1813ecc8c1d09@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For further information\, please visit: http://www.embl.de/t ...3-01/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20130508 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20130513 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Evolution and Ecology DTSTAMP:20150518T125913Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:4f56549a5563c433dea43ea159ce3668@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBO | EMBL Symposium: \;New Model Systems for Linking E volution and Ecology\n \; EMBL Heidelberg\, Germany\nSunday 8 May - We dnesday 11 May 2016\nhttp://www.embo-embl...6-03/index.html\n \;\nThis symposium focuses on the interface of ecology and evolutionary genetics\, with special emphasis placed on the interaction between organisms as a ba sis for understanding ecological adaptation. New sequencing-based methods are bridging the gap between modern genetics and systems-level ecological studies. This is paralleled by dramatic improvements in imaging and remote sensing\, with which one can capture both spatial and temporal components of dynamic interactions between individuals and their natural environment . Aims\nAreas of discussion will be the right balance between generating l arge volumes of data and the depth of scientific questions to be addressed . An important aim is the development of biological concepts for comparati ve analysis and experimental strategies for functional analysis that optim ally exploit the advances in data collection. Topicsgenotype-phenotype map interorganismal interactions \;ecological genomics \;evolutionary geneticslandscape genomicsWho should attend?\nSpecialists from ecology who want to learn how cutting-edge genomics can support their work\, and spec ialists from genetics who want to learn how cutting-edge field methods can help them address questions that cannot be conclusively answered by lab w ork. The meeting is also for anybody who wants to bring a new ecological m odel system into the genomic era. DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20160508 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20160512 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Targeted Genome Editing using Zinc Finger Nuclease DTSTAMP:20101206T111943Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:3694b1561a111131bb49b8a5af4adbf6@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Zinc finger nucleases (ZFNs) enable manipulation of the geno me with unprecedented ease and precision. ZFNs are a class of engineered D NA-binding proteins that facilitate targeted editing of the genome by crea ting double-strand breaks (DSBs) in DNA at user-specified locations. DSBs are important for site-specific mutagenesis in that they stimulate the cel l’s natural DNA-repair processes\, namely homologous recombination and non -homologous end joining. Using well-established and robust protocols\, the se cellular processes can be harnessed to generate precisely targeted geno mic edits resulting in cell lines\, including somatic cell lines\, with ta rgeted gene deletions (knockouts)\, integrations\, or modifications. Featu red lectures will provide in depth discussion on the fundamentals of ZFNs as well as cutting edge applications for targeted gene knockout\, integrat ion and tagging. Additionally\, each of the participants will conduct labo ratory exercises to become proficient in various techniques for ZFN delive ry\, identification of mutants\, and methods for quantitating ZFN efficien cy. Registrants should be familiar with basic mammalian cell culture techn iques\, PCR and cloning. \n\nFor further information and to register for t his course please follow the link to the events website:\nTargeted Genome Editing using Zinc Finger Nuclease DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20110509T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20110512T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Biology and Pathology of the Malaria Parasite DTSTAMP:20141125T130606Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:f3c75d60b86c41a8d946262c666652af@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBL Conference : \;Biology and Pathology of the Malaria Parasite\n \;\nEMBL Heidelberg\, Germany\n \;\nMonday 11 May - We dnesday 13 May 2015\n \;\nConference Website\n \;\nMalaria remains one of the major global scourges of humanity. This conference series aims to address fundamental questions of the biology of the malaria parasite\, its vector\, and the disease that it causes. While the primary focus is o n fundamental\, rather than applied research\, the central goal of all mal aria research is ultimately to contribute towards disease reduction and el imination. Open and early sharing of technological and biological advances in the field through this conference series will maximize the ability of the field to translate those advances into public health impact.\nThe conf erence series will bring together malaria researchers from Europe and over seas in an integrated and highly collaborated environment. The meeting wil l provide an enriched environment for researchers at all stages of their c areer\, with a focus on allowing speaking opportunities for early stage re searchers. Interactions with international leaders will be encouraged thro ugh three dynamic poster sessions and numerous networking opportunities. T he meeting will offer an excellent opportunity for sharing ideas and for p otential development of new worldwide collaborations. DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150511 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150514 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO|EMBL Symposium: Metabolism in Time and Space DTSTAMP:20160609T123044Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:dfc748ef2e6410163076b20f0022ebc5@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:This symposium focuses on the role of metabolism in controll ing cellular and developmental programs in its spatial and temporal comple xity. There is a fundamental interest in deciphering the intricate link be tween metabolism and regulatory cellular programs during cell differentiat ion and the development of multicellular organisms. Recent technological p rogress has enabled us to analyse metabolism and metabolic activities with spatio-temporal resolution. This creates unprecedented potential to addre ss how metabolic state impacts on cellular and developmental programs. Aim s\nIt is the overarching goal of this meeting to enable interdisciplinary discussion on the role of metabolism in controlling cellular and developme ntal programs in its spatial and temporal complexity. Special focus will b e given to discuss emerging imaging or biosensor technologies and bioinfor matics and how they can enable addressing fundamental biological questions .\n \;\nFor more information please visit: \;http://www.embo-embl. ..7-01/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20170511 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20170514 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:8th Annual BioMalPar Conference DTSTAMP:20110919T085749Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:38b9dcc5b0d18a104588e45be5de7463@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:The scientific aims of the network remain to address\, in an integrated\, collaborative manner\, fundamental questions of the biology of the malaria parasite\, its vector\, and the disease\, allowing optimal exploitation of the resulting knowledge to impact on public health.\n \nFo r further information and to register please visit: http://www.embl.de/t.. .2-01/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20120514 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20120517 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Molecular and Cell Biology of Membranes DTSTAMP:20160609T123201Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:00ca87c675216f95b1257aac13b32f92@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:This symposium focuses on recent advances \; in understa nding molecular functions of lipids in cells and in novel technologies to study cellular metabolism\, transport\, localization and function of lipid s. \;\n \;\nThis timely symposium aims to investigate recent advan cements concerning the lipid composition of various organelles\, the chara cterization of specific intramembrane lipid-protein interactions\, the reg ulation of lipid synthesis and transport and the development of tools such as photoactivatable and caged lipids.\n \;\nFor more information plea se visit: \;http://www.embo-embl-symposia.org/symposia/2017/EES17-03/i ndex.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20170521 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20170524 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Biology and Pathology of the Malaria Parasite DTSTAMP:20120820T104049Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:2343876b5674dc6ca22417e75f81d98d@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION: 9th Annual BioMalPar I EVIMalaR Conference\n\nFor further i nformation\, please visit: http://www.embl.de/t...3-01/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20130513 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20130516 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO Conference Series - Chromatin and Epigenetics DTSTAMP:20101006T091240Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:65b077bb324b986eed0fcf4fe0cb9f1a@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:The main aim of this conference series is to present to a br oad community the cutting edge developments in chromatin and epigenetics a s they occur. Previous conferences of the series displayed one of the most exciting and steadily growing fields of research and provided an excellen t platform to bring together top researchers working with different model organisms and methodological approaches with young scientists at the begin ning of their career. In this tradition\, the organizers want to continue the 3rd and last conference in the series in 2011\, maintaining the basic structure but including topics that recently have proven relevant and frui tful.\n\nThe topics will include themes such as chromatin dynamics\, non-c oding RNAs\, reprogramming\, genomic stability as well as influence of env ironmental signals in regulation of complex regulatory networks.\n\nFurthe rmore\, while epigenetics and the core themes will still form the fundamen tal basis\, the connection of epigenetics with systems biology is still in its infancy. To answer one of the big epigenetic questions such as “plast icity versus stability” it is high time to also look with the eyes of syst ems biology as it offers great potential for future translational and medi cal research. The list of invited speakers has been extended to include le ading experts in functional genomics/systems biology that are also interes ted in the area of epigenetics.\n\nWe hope the conference will provide an ideal platform for interaction\, discussions and collaborations between th e two fields.\n\nOverall we aim to provide to the international community one of the scientific highlights of the year where mainstream results will be presented by international speakers\, complemented by poster presentat ions and talks selected among the submitted abstracts.\n\nFor more informa tion and to register please visit: http://www.embl.de/t...1-01/index.html DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20110531T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20110605T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Microtubules DTSTAMP:20150527T090421Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:2eb3f6531b847250155f007e427ee6a5@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Microtubules: From Atoms to Complex S ystems\n \; EMBL Heidelberg\, Germany\n \;\nSunday 29 May - Wednes day 1 June 2016\nhttp://www.embo-embl...6-04/index.html\n \;\nThe Micr otubule field is broad and has progressively branched out into many differ ent subdomains that only rarely enjoy occasions to communicate. Bringing t ogether researchers from these different domains creates novel opportuniti es for interactions and collaborations\, and is expected to catalyse new g roundbreaking ideas that could significantly advance our understanding of the microtubule cytoskeleton in health and disease.\nThe 2016 Microtubule Symposium coincides with the 50th anniversary of the discovery of tubulin. With an eye to history and one to the future\, we will bring together rep resentative members of the main domains of the microtubule field\, ranging from structural biology\, biochemistry and biophysics to cell biology\, g enetics and chemical biology.\nEach session will include a Landmark lectur es\, main talks and short talks selected from poster abstracts. The Landma rk lectures will provide a historical perspective on each domain\, thus bu ilding a bridge between initial discoveries and current research. The main talks as well as the selected short talks will present the most exciting state‐\;of‐\;the‐\;art advances in the field\, ideally incl uding unpublished work. A round table discussion will also take place\, in which we will explore the field’\;s future perspectives.\n\"2016 - F ocus on the cytoeskeleton\": we expect the Microtubules Symposium together with \;Actin Symposium \;to have a strong influence on the future of cytoskeleton research. TopicsTubulin pharmacologyMicrotubule dynamic i nstabilityTubulin post-translational modifications and isotypesTubulin and microtubule structureMicrotubules in diseaseMicrotubules in neuronsMicrot ubule motorsMicrotubules in cell divisionMicrotubules in centrosomes\, cil ia\, flagellaEvolutionary divergence of tubulin and microtubulesNon-motile microtubule-associated proteinsMicrotubule biophysics and modelling DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20160529 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20160602 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Microtubules: Structure\, Regulation and Functions DTSTAMP:20111102T100304Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:c42cbfe4691bee085ab05baeb2ed7bcd@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:The aim of this conference at EMBL Heidelberg in Germany is the generation of an integrative perspective\nthat assembles different sci entific approaches around the microtubule field.\n \n \nFor further inform ation and to register please visit: http://www.embl.de/t...2-01/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20120523 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20120527 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Microinjection Techniques in Developmental Biology DTSTAMP:20101206T112741Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:231d13650424c8e5ac973836eb30dbe6@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:This course is aimed at Technicians and Scientists intereste d in transgenic animals or developmental biology using model organisms lik e fish\, frog or other non-mammalian embryos that have basic experience wi th eukaryotic cells and microscopy.\n\nAbout 40% of the course program cov ers lectures and tutorials on microinjection and corresponding microscopy techniques by experts in the field. The rest of the time will focus on han ds on practical work organised in small groups. These practical will addre ss the following topics: sample preparation for microinjection\, microinje ction into Medaka and/or Zebrafish\, microinjection into Hydra\, and exper iment analysis at the stereomicroscope.\n\nParticipants may bring along th eir own samples as they will have the possibility to image them and discus s results with the course teachers.\n\nFor further information and to regi ster for this conference please follow the link to the events website:\nMi croinjection Techniques in Developmental Biology DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20110525T170000Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Course: Analysis of Short Read Sequencing Data DTSTAMP:20090318T154707Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:b2a672c23bfb3aa6777dee24da4c819d@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBL Advanced Course in Analysis of Short Read Sequencing Da ta\n\nLocation &\; Date: EMBL Heidelberg\, 08 - 10 June 2009\n\nRegistr ation\nRegistration deadline is 31 March 2009.\n\nEvent website &\; Reg istration: http://www-db.embl.d...upsOrg/conf_127\n \nAims\nThe course wi ll cover all processing steps in the analysis of ChIP-Seq and RNA-Seq expe riments: base calling\, alignment\, region identification\, integrative bi oinformatic and statistical analysis. It will be a mix of lectures and pra ctical computer exercises (ca. 1.5 days and 1 day\, respectively).\n\nIt a ddresses bioinformaticians with programming skills and basic understanding of next generation sequencing data.\nFamiliarity with script languages an d the basic technological aspects and biological use cases of HT sequencin g is required\, knowledge of computer programming and/or of R/Bioconductor will be beneficial.\n\nTeachers\nSimon Anders\, EBI/EMBL Cambridge UK\, U nited Kingdom\nPaul Bertone\, EBI/EMBL Cambridge UK\, United Kingdom\nNico las Delhomme\, EMBL Heidelberg \, Germany\nWolfgang Huber \, EBI/EMBL Camb ridge UK \, United Kingdom\nTim Massingham\, EBI/EMBL Cambridge UK\, Unite d Kingdom\nMartin Morgan\, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Centre\, Seattl e \, USA DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20090607T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20090610T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Cardiac Biology: From Devel DTSTAMP:20120820T104314Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:6b7799c3835ba57890f367f152082fa3@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For further information\, please visit: http://www.embo-embl ...3-02/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20130607 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20130611 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Synthetic Biology in Action DTSTAMP:20140905T140653Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:fa64758db49d3a6f96dba888ee496005@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBL Advanced Training Centre\, Heidelberg\, Germany\n \ ;\nMonday 8 June - Saturday 20 June 2015\n \;\ncourse website\n \; \nEMBO Practical Course: Synthetic Biology in Action\n \;\nThis practi cal course focuses on the exploitation of tools and concepts of SynBio for multi-scale engineering of biological systems. The program consists of pr acticals with two daily lectures on closely related topics. The practicals will employ Gram-negative bacteria and yeast\, the lectures will encompas s a suite of topics beyond that\, including activities on Ethical\, Legal and Social Implications (ELSI). DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150608 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150621 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBL Conference: The Human Microbiome DTSTAMP:20141007T082509Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:5ee1f098d280fb916519c36484fdb513@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:http://www.embl.de/t...5-01/index.html\n \;\nHuman micro biota\, the collection of microbes living in and on our body\, have a sign ificant impact on human health and well-being. They have been associated w ith numerous diseases\, yet we have barely understood their role in the co ntext of life-style and genetics. Various initiatives are underway around the world to survey the human microbiota at several body sites\, character ize them\, understand their interactions with the human hosts\, elucidate their role in diseases\, and design possible therapeutic or dietary interv entions. Despite numerous activities in this expanding and diversifying fi eld\, a large international conference on this important topic is currentl y lacking in Europe. This event will provide plentiful opportunities for E uropean researchers to learn about and to connect to important development s in this field. DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150610 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150613 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:The 5th Asian Conference on Lactic Acid Bacteria DTSTAMP:20090303T153303Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:e851750f4f73001eb8d7d21ca1a06fb0@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="bioforum":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:The 5th Asian Conference on Lactic Acid Bacteria\n\n1st-3rd July 2009\, Singapore \n\nhttp://www.protocol-...e...ic=6654&\;hl= DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20090630T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20090703T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:New Approaches and Concepts in Microbiology DTSTAMP:20160513T082348Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:bacb36c025ee8adf7b1206d89da635e4@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Summary\nThis symposium will cover a broad range of topics i n prokaryotic biology\, including antibiotic-related research\, network bi ology\, bacterial communities\, cell biology\, regulation &\; signallin g\, pathogenesis and evolution. Emphasis will be placed on novel approache s that drive each field or have the potential to revolutionise future rese arch in microbiology.\n \;\nAims\nThis meeting aims to bridge the gap between traditional microbiology and systems approaches/novel technologies \, by exposing microbiologists to new ways of addressing their hypotheses\ , and allowing systems or technology experts to get a feeling of the burni ng questions in the field and find collaborators for follow-up work or for applying their technology.\n\nIt is a must-attend conference for scientis ts working with bacteria and new technologies\, and is a continuation of t he successful meetings in 2013 and 2015: \;www.embo-embl-symposia.org/ symposia/2015/EES15-07.\n\nThe symposium is planned to take place on a reg ular\, biennial basis in the future. The focus will remain on the interfac e of new technologies and new biology in bacteria\, but the thematic areas will regularly change and speaker line-ups will have no overlap between t wo consecutive meetings.\n \;\nTopics\nBacterial systems biology &\ ; new approaches\nSingle-cell approaches &\; cell biology\nAntibiotic a ction resistance persistence\nMicrobial communities / microbiotas / symbio sis\nEvolution\nPathogenesis &\; infection\nRegulation\, signalling &am p\; transcriptional networks\n \;\nFor more information please visit:& #160\;http://www.embo-embl...7-05/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20170627 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20170701 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Microtubules - Structure\, Regulation and Functions DTSTAMP:20091104T150656Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:8be84dd1c1e16a18299e06c11a36d096@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:\nEMBO Conference Series\nMicrotubules - Structure\, Regulat ion and Functions\nEMBL Heidelberg\, Germany\n\nWednesday 2 June - Saturda y 5 June 2010\n\n\nFor more information about this event\, please click he re\n\n\nThe European Molecular Biology Laboratory\, one of the world'\; s top research institutions\, is dedicated to basic research in the molecu lar life sciences. EMBL is funded by public research monies from 20 member states - Austria\, Belgium\, Croatia\, Denmark\, Finland\, France\, Germa ny\, Greece\, Iceland\, Ireland\, Israel\, Italy\, Luxembourg\, the Nether lands\, Norway\, Portugal\, Spain\, Sweden\, Switzerland and the United Ki ngdom and an associate member state\, Australia.\n\nAdvanced Training is o ne of the core missions of the EMBL since its creation in 1974. Aiming at the promotion of excellence in modern life sciences and providing valuable services to its Member States and the international scientific community\ , EMBL has build a tradition and extensive expertise in organising and hos ting advanced conferences\, courses and workshops.\n\nMicrotubules are of fundamental importance for an extraordinary variety of essential processes in all eukaryotic cells. In the 1980s\, advances in light microscopy and the discovery of motor proteins catalyzed the expansion of microtubule cyt oskeleton research. In the 1990s the discovery of GFP revolutionized the v isualization of dynamic cytoskeletal processes inside cells. Over the year s and especially recently due to the advent of proteomics\, many nteractor s of microtubules have been identified and we are approaching an exciting phase where complete knowledge of the components of the microtubule cytosk eleton appears within reach. Therefore\, the focus of microtubule cytoskel eton research is moving from identification of components\, their characte rization in isolation\, the consequences of loss of function for intracell ular organization and dynamics towards a truly mechanistic description of the entire microtubule system and its regulation.\n\nTo achieve a systems- wide understanding of microtubule cytoskeleton behaviour requires a combin ation of different disciplines including biochemistry\, biophysics\, struc tural biology and mathematical modeling\, and to exchange concepts develop ed in different scientific communities like in cell and developmental biol ogy.\n\nThis conference aims at providing an overview of contemporary micr otubule cytoskeleton research at all complexity levels\, from atomic resol ution to entire organisms and will be structured as follows:\n\n(1) Molecu les interacting with microtubules\;\n\n(2) Complex microtubule arrays and cell architecture\;\n\n(3) Microtubules in developmental processes and in differentiated structures.\n\nThe main objective of the conference is to b ring together established scientists with young researchers from all over the world that have recently made exciting contributions to the microtubul e field. The broad spectrum of interdisciplinary research approaches that will be represented will provide a unique platform and create a stimulatin g atmosphere encouraging not only the exchange of new discoveries\, but al so of novel emerging concepts beyond the limits of traditional disciplines .\n\n\nFor a full list of EMBL events\, please visit our website DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20100601T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20100605T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBL Conference DTSTAMP:20150803T084030Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:54cf545c9fb442efc94012ef4b554d8b@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Hematopoietic Stem Cells: From the Embryo to the Aging Organ ism\nThe aim of the meeting is to bring together recognized experts and ou tstanding young team leaders around the central theme of hematopoietic ste m cells (HSCs) production and regulation throughout life. \; It will b e essential to generate new hypotheses and to move forwards our understand ing of HSCs\, the key cell type for the continuous production of blood cel ls throughout life. Finally we wish to give the opportunity to European re searchers\, especially junior ones\, to attend a cutting-edge conference d edicated to HSCs biology.HSCs production and regulation in embryonic\, adu lt and old organismsDifferences and similarities between HSCs throughout d evelopment in different animal modelsRole of the microenvironment in HSCs function and maintenance at different stages of life. DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20160603 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20160606 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:C. elegans: Development and Gene Expression DTSTAMP:20100203T003352Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:1e9474e7244ba4841bbde7753d4d0ef5@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Thursday 17 June - Sunday 20 June 2010\n\nEMBL Heidelberg\, Germany\n\nevent website\n\nThis topic meeting on C. elegans Development a nd Gene Expression will focus on the following areas:\n\n * Germline\, meiosis &\; sex determination\n * Cell polarity and cell division\n * Cytoskeleton\, Morphogenesis\, Organelles\n * Signalling and post- embryonic development\n * Genomics and Transcription\n * Post-transc riptional and RNA-mediated regulation\n\nEach platform session will focus on one area and begin with a Keynote speaker recognized in that area. The remainder of the meeting programme will consist of talks chosen from submi tted abstracts\, giving students and post-docs opportunities to speak. In the past\, competition for talks has been high\, giving rise to a very hig h quality programme. DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20100616T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20100620T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO Conference: C.elegans Neurobiology DTSTAMP:20111111T123248Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:db96b29af3c9e044a1d260c21070d34f@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For further information and to register please visit: http:/ /www.embl.de/t...2-01/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20120614 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20120618 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Mechanisms of Neurodegeneration DTSTAMP:20140714T113722Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:7bc0441dd6140203204212c7715a573d@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBO | EMBL Symposium: \;Mechanisms of Neurodegeneration \n \;\nNeurodegenerative diseases represent a major challenge for toda y’\;s society in terms of the large and rapidly increasing number of the population that are afflicted and the general lack of effective treatm ents. The emphasis of this symposium will be on the genetic\, cellular and molecular basis of neurodegenerative diseases including Alzheimer’\; s\, Parkinson’\;s\, Huntington’\;s\, Amyotrophic Lateral Scleros is and Prion disease. The meeting will cover the major mechanisms linked t o neurodegeneration and highlight the similarities and differences between the diseases. A strong emphasis will be placed on the development of targ eted drug therapies and potential treatment options. \;\nThis meeting aims to bring together basic and clinical research scientists working on d ifferent forms of neurodegeneration with their counterparts from the biote chnology and pharma industry to apply recent insights gained in the mechan isms of neurodegenerative diseases and the development of drug therapies. This symposium will bridge the gap between basic research and medical rese arch in an area that urgently requires therapeutic progress\, and emphasis e the public health challenges in a public forum with senior public heath officials\, research scientists\, industry representatives and patient adv ocates.\nhttp://www.embo-embl...5-03/index.html\n \; TopicsMechanisms of neuronal and cognitive dysfucntionRNA\, RNA binding proteins and RNA tr anslationChaperones\, autophagy and mitochondriaDisease progressionNovel t herapeutic approachesTranslating to the clinic DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150614 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150618 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO|EMBL Mechanisms of Neurodegeneration DTSTAMP:20160513T081632Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:aa5c82386e882352f124c90cf330a1bf@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:This symposium will focus on the molecular basis of major ne urodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’\;s Disease\, Parkinson 217\;s Disease\, Huntington’\;s Disease\, Frontotemporal Lobar Degene ration and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis\, with a strong emphasis on mecha nism based drug development. The meeting will cover the various molecular mechanisms linked to these diseases\, including RNA biology\, nuclear tran sport\, protein processing\, protein aggregation and protein folding. The symposium will also address the genetic components underlying neurodegener ation and the involvement of innate immune responses\, discuss disease bio markers and therapeutic options\, as well as using animal models for study ing neurodegenerative \;disease.\nAims\nThe aim of the meeting is to p romote discussions and sharing of new findings among basic scientists\, cl inical researchers\, and their counterparts from pharmaceutical industry\, in order to advance our understanding of neurodegeneration and to further drug development in an area urgently requiring therapeutic progress.  \;\n \;\nFor more information please visit: http://www.embo-embl...7-0 4/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20170614 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20170618 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Human Variation: Cause and Consequence DTSTAMP:20100209T223040Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:6d15fd99b3806f708cbebc04720d25b0@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Human Variation: Cause and Consequence\n\nEMBL Advanced Trai ning Centre\, Heidelberg\, Germany\n\nSunday 20 June - Wednesday 23 June 2 010\n\nevent website\n\nRegistration deadline: 28 March 2010\, first-come\ , first-served\n\nThe goal of this Symposium is to explore human genetic a nd phenotypic variability in the light of recent developments in genomics\ , genetics and molecular medicine. The topics covered will include the mec hanisms of mutation\, normal sequence variation from the DNA to the chromo somal level\, functional polymorphism and disease genetics.\n\nKeynote Lec tures will be delivered by Svante Pääbo\, Max Planck Institute for Evoluti onary Anthropology\, and Kári Stefánsson\, deCODE genetics.\n\nEMBO | EMBL Symposia\, aim to provide the European scientific community with a platfo rm to discuss and exchange ideas on forward-looking topics and new develop ments in the life sciences. DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20100619T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20100623T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:RNA-Seq and ChiP-Seq Data Analysis DTSTAMP:20101206T113048Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:8adaca668babe392088d9dfdb8625d12@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For further information and to register please follow the li nk below to the events website:\nRNA-Seq and ChiP-Seq Data Analysis DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20110619T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20110622T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:RNASeq Meeting in Halle/Saale\, Germany DTSTAMP:20120504T124413Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:11a9cc1f88d032130858dd28eef65588@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="mbluemel":bbs@protocol-online.org ATTACH;FMTTYPE=application/pdf:http://www.protocol-online.org/forums/index.php?app=core&module=attach§ion=attach&attach_id=3913 DESCRIPTION:We would like to announce a meeting on RNASeq analysis\, whi ch will take place in Halle (Saale)\, Germany from June 20-22\, 2012.\nThe submission for abstracts (talks or posters) is welcome until May 14\, 201 2.\nPlease find attached as a PDF the call for abstracts and further infor mation about the meeting. DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20120620 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20120623 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Enabling Technologies DTSTAMP:20140714T113902Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:0a09be880925c965a733a2fa504b489c@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Enabling Technologies for Eukaryotic Synthetic Biology\nSynt hetic biology is an emerging new discipline that applies engineering princ iples to biology \;and allows rational design of living systems. It op ens new avenues in health-care and industrial \;biotechnology\, and pr ovides fundamental insight into the design principles of biological \; systems as a whole. Synthetic biology inherently depends on efficient inte gration of several \;disciplines. \;The symposium will provide a p latform for interdisciplinary discussions on novel enabling technologies f or synthetic biology \;in Eukaryotic cells and facilitate exchange of ideas and new multi-disciplinary collaborations. \;The main goal of th e proposed symposium is to bring together world-leading \;experts in a ll aspects of synthetic biology –\; including genome editing\, system s modelling\, \;synthetic circuits\, systems biology and metabolic eng ineering.\nhttp://www.embo-embl...5-04/index.html\n \; TopicsGenome Ed itingModelling and Computer-Aided DesignBio-bricks and Synthetic CircuitsS ynthetic CellsSystems BiologyMetabolic Engineering and Industrial Applicat ions DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150621 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150624 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Whole Transcriptome Data Analysis DTSTAMP:20101206T113752Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:80c64544c6789928538720cd66fc0486@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For further information and to register for this course plea se follow the link below to the events website:\nWhole Transcriptome Data Analysis DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20110626T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20110629T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBL Advanced Course: Whole Transcriptome Data Ana DTSTAMP:20120820T104441Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:a79a2059df11cd0f06e79825dda7797c@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For further information\, please visit: http://www.embl.de/t ...3-01/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20130626 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20130629 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Innate Immunity DTSTAMP:20150518T130146Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:73be333a33cdf69198d5442ea9e08115@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Innate Immunity in Host-Pathogen Inte ractions\n \; EMBL Heidelberg\, Germany\nSunday 26 June - Wednesday 29 June 2016\nhttp://www.embo-embl...6-05/index.html\n \;\nThis symposiu m focuses on bringing together innate immunity and microbiology to obtain a global view of host-pathogen interactions. The talks will center around common processes\, rather than a particular infectious agent or host cell\ , and the strategies of all types of pathogens\, commensals and different host cells will be analyzed. A better understanding of infectious disease will come through the simultaneous analysis of microbial and host variable s\, and open new avenues for treatment and prevention strategies. \; A ims\nTo stimulate interactions between the fields of innate immunity and m icrobiology\, and provide a global view of host-pathogen interactions. Und erstanding when and how an interaction between host and microbe (virus\, b acteria or parasite) leads to disease will open new avenues for treatment and prevention strategies. TopicsPathogen sensing and restrictionThe cell biology of infectionCell-autonomous immunity \;Host-pathogen interacti ons at epithelial surfaces \;Pathological inflammation in response to microbes Who should attend?\nInnate immunologists and microbiologists inte rested in understanding when and how an interaction between host and micro be (virus\, bacteria or parasite) leads to disease\, and how commensals in fluence this outcome. A better understanding of infectious disease will co me through the simultaneous analysis of microbial and host variables\, whi ch requires interactions between immunologists and microbiologists\, as we ll as tool development. DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20160626 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20160630 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBL Conference:Core Technologies for Life Science DTSTAMP:20150803T084750Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:9de5445cff93365be9f8dafed76788fb@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:CTLS 2016 aims at bringing together decision makers and opin ion leaders in life science core technologies from Europe as well as from the USA and Africa.\nThis conference is dedicated to scientists from both research laboratories and core facilities to learn from colleagues and pee rs about challenges and solutions\non all aspects of core facilities inclu ding science\, research\, management and funding opportunities.\n\nKeynote lectures will provide the big picture of the moving field of core technol ogies for life sciences\, followed by plenary sessions that will allow pre senters and attendees to explore\nand discuss\, in depth\, critical scient ific\, technical and administrative/management issues.Project and Data Man agement and Quality Control in and by Core Facilities: The big data challe ngeCore Facility Management and FundingNew technological and methodologica l challenges by and with Core Facilities: Cross facility servicesTeaching and Training by and for Core Facilities \;\nPlease find more info here DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20160612 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20160616 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO Conference Series Microtubules DTSTAMP:20100202T150638Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:425cb0a184d17441c015686315e56243@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 15 February 2010\nConference website: www.embl.de/events/2010/MSF10-01\n\n\nMicrotubules are of fundamental imp ortance for an extraordinary variety of essential processes in all eukaryo tic cells. In the 1980s\, advances in light microscopy and the discovery o f motor proteins catalyzed the expansion of microtubule cytoskeleton resea rch. In the 1990s the discovery of GFP revolutionized the visualization of dynamic cytoskeletal processes inside cells. Over the years and especiall y recently due to the advent of proteomics\, many nteractors of microtubul es have been identified and we are approaching an exciting phase where com plete knowledge of the components of the microtubule cytoskeleton appears within reach. Therefore\, the focus of microtubule cytoskeleton research i s moving from identification of components\, their characterization in iso lation\, the consequences of loss of function for intracellular organizati on and dynamics towards a truly mechanistic description of the entire micr otubule system and its regulation.\nTo achieve a systems-wide understandin g of microtubule cytoskeleton behaviour requires a combination of differen t disciplines including biochemistry\, biophysics\, structural biology and mathematical modeling\, and to exchange concepts developed in different s cientific communities like in cell and developmental biology.\nThis confer ence aims at providing an overview of contemporary microtubule cytoskeleto n research at all complexity levels\, from atomic resolution to entire org anisms and will be structured as follows:\n(1) Molecules interacting with microtubules\;\n(2) Complex microtubule arrays and cell architecture\;\n(3 ) Microtubules in developmental processes and in differentiated structures .\nThe main objective of the conference is to bring together established s cientists with young researchers from all over the world that have recentl y made exciting contributions to the microtubule field. The broad spectrum of interdisciplinary research approaches that will be represented will pr ovide a unique platform and create a stimulating atmosphere encouraging no t only the exchange of new discoveries\, but also of novel emerging concep ts beyond the limits of traditional disciplines. DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20100601T170000Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:ICBBE2010 Special Session on Cancer Studies(\;Ei &\ ; I DTSTAMP:20090805T070321Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:1d5ccc48b60b6c7f8ae2c2fae79d4221@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="yihen":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:============================================================ ==========\nThe Special Session on Cancer Studies\nEi &\; ISTP Indexed\ nCALL FOR PAPERS\nhttp://www.icbbe.org/2010/Cancer.aspx\nChengdu\, China June 18-20\, 2010\n================================================= =====================\nThis session on Cancer Studies is a special session within the 4th International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering (iCBBE2010).All papers accepted will be indexed by Ei Compende x and ISTP. You are welcome to submit papers to us. \n\n \nThe topics of t his special session are related in the fields as follows:\n \n Pharmaceuti cal &\; medical therapy development \n Latest technology in cancer dete ction and treatment \n Target identification &\; validation \n Cancer t reatment—Integrated Medicine \n Scientific advances in prevention &\; d iagnosis \n Principles of cancer biology \n Cancer genes and genomics \n B iomarkers discovery \n Cancer etiology \n\nThe deadline of full paper subm ission is Oct. 30\, 2009\nNotification of acceptance will be given by Dec. 31\, 2009\n\nFor more information\, please contact: submit@icbbe.org DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20100617T170000Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Stem Cell Conclave 2011 DTSTAMP:20110624T154311Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:aeb6a4b03e51245161c3eeec93fae6ce@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="stemcellconclave":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Loction:\nWestin Hotel International Business Park\, \nObero i Garden City\, \nBehind Oberoi Mall\, \nGoregaon (East)\,\nMumbai\, +91-2 2-61470000\nINDIA 400063\n\nStem Cell Conclave 2011\n\nIndia Stem Cell Con clave 2011\n\nThe Second Annual Event this year will be the biggest Stem C ell event in India and will cover the most cutting-edge content in stem ce ll research and commercial stem cell use. Industry experts across India an d across the world will converge to share papers on their stem cell resear ch\, debate and discuss on how to overcome the challenges facing the Stem Cell industry in India and across the world\, which can open new opportuni ties in the area of research\, therapy and stem cell banking. Also this pr ogram could be a great opportunity for companies within India and across t he world to forge new partnerships and also open doors for international c ompanies to actively participate in this burgeoning Industry.\n\nGet regis tered: Stem Cell Conclave 2011\n\nJoin our Group: http://www.linkedin....i bition-3925462 DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20110701T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20110703T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Advanced qPCR Techniques for Publication Success DTSTAMP:20101206T114031Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:b7c3bc93551b8cf906ee1880517d2683@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For further information and to register for this course plea se follow the link below:\nAdvanced qPCR Techniques DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20110710T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20110715T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Mechanical Forces in Biology DTSTAMP:20160513T082535Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:ed5174b94d69d149b5d45ee304aca69f@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Summary\nThe symposium aims to unite the field of mechanobio logy\, by bringing together world-leading experts in the generation and se nsing of forces from the molecular scale to the organismal scale. An impor tant emphasis will be the combination of physics and computer modelling wi th molecular genetics and live-imaging in vitro or in vivo.  \;The fie ld is currently expanding rapidly and we aim to provide a comprehensive ov erview of this progress as well as aiming to capitalise on the opportuniti es for new collaborations.\n \;\nTopics\nForce Generation\nMechanosens ing\nMechanotransduction\nCellular Morphogenesis\nTissue Morphogenesis 0\;\n \;\nEvent date\nWednesday 12 July 17 - Saturday 15 July 17\n 0\;\nContact\nevents_cco@ocs.embl.org \n \;\nOrganiser\nBarry Thompson (UK)\, Margaret Gardel (US)\, Armagan Kocer (NL)\, Dennis Discher (USA)\, Francois Nedelec (EMBL)\n \;\n \;\nFor more information please vi sit: \;http://www.embo-embl...7-06/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20170712 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20170716 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Variant Calling from Genomic Sequencing Data DTSTAMP:20101206T115210Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:b88e3fbc3268147f5d259d0f0b57fad4@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Methods\, Tools and Algorithms for Calling SNPs\, Short InDe ls and Large Structural Variants from Whole-Genome Sequencing Data\n\nThis course covers methods and algorithms to call genomic alterations in a who le-genome\, next-generation sequencing data set.\n\nWe will focus on algor ithms to map reads\, call single nucleotide polymorphisms\, short indels a nd structural variants.\n\nThe course offers both lectures and hands-on ex amples. The lectures will focus on fundamental algorithms and data structu res for next-generation sequencing data analysis\, including\n\nRead mappi ng\n\nRealignment and consensus calling\n\nSNP calling\, filtering and ann otation\n\nRead-depth methods for large-scale genomic aberrations\n\nStruc tural variant calling using paired-end and split-read alignment methods\n\ nAssembly methods\n\n \n\nDuring the hands-on sessions\, participants will carry out some of the above analyses on a real world whole-genome sequenc ing data set.\n\nRequirements:\n\nParticipants should have a strong comput ational background. Familiarity with the Linux command line and computer p rogramming is required.\n\nKnowledge of next-generation sequencing technol ogy and its biological applications is assumed.\n\nSome experience with R for statistical analysis is beneficial.\n\nFor further information and to register for this course please follow the link below to the events websit e:\nVariant Calling from Genomic Sequencing Data DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20110717T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20110720T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBL Conference: Microfluidics 2012 DTSTAMP:20111111T123416Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:c8a07c76ae43ab65206d274d5967707a@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For further information and to register please visit: http:/ /www.embl.de/t...2-01/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20120725 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20120728 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Protein Synthesis and Translational Control DTSTAMP:20090318T141300Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:7ed5c2a136a7482a82732d2f498445cc@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:- partnered with Cold Spring Harbor Laboratories\n\nLocation &\; Date: EMBL Heidelberg\, 9 - 13 September 2009\n\nRegistration dead line is 1 June 2009\n\nEvent website &\; Registration: http://www.embl. de/c...ansControl/2009\n\nAims\n\n"\;Translational Control"\; has become a major focus of attention and research activity in the field of ge ne regulation. Developmental biology and neurobiology are but two prominen t examples that have added to the interest in translational control even b efore the arrival of small non-coding RNAs. MicroRNAs in particular now de fine a new frontier in gene expression\, and will be a central topic to be discussed within the conference series.\nWith the increasing appreciation for the integration between different steps in the gene expression pathwa y\, the conference series will also explore the latest work on the interfa ces between translational control and mRNA turnover\, RNA localization and splicing/nonsense-mediated decay.\n\nA major ambition of this conference series is to continue to promote integration and communication between exp erts in the field of translation with those from a scientifically intertwi ned field where "\;meeting traditions"\; of the past have somewhat diverged: the structure and function of the ribosome. This integration wa s started very successfully during the 2005 and 2007 conferences and promi ses to help foster more and more fruitful interactions. Progress in the ri bosome field has been nothing short spectacular\, getting us within Angstr oms of understanding some of the most central processes in biology: protei n synthesis\, decoding\, peptide bond formation and the function of antibi otics.\n\nFinally\, our understanding of the biochemistry and genetics of translation initiation\, elongation and termination is progressing rapidly \, and the latest findings regarding these processes will feature prominen tly within the conference series\, laying the groundwork for understanding regulation and the numerous biological contexts for which it is critical. \n\nTopics\n\n1) Translation initiation\n2) Translation elongation and ter mination\n3) mRNA stability and nonsense-mediated decay\n4) Structure and function of the ribosome\n5) Translation in development and the CNS\n6) Tr anslation factors &\; complexes\, and their function in health and dise ase\n7) Non-coding RNAs in translation\n\nInvited Speakers\n\nJamie Cate\, UC Berkeley\, USA\nElena Conti\, MPI Martinsried\, Germany\nWitek Filipow icz\, FMI Basel\, Switzerland\nFatima Gebauer\, Centre for Genomic Regulat ion\, Spain\nTerry Goss - Kinzy\, UMDNJ\, Piscataway\, USA\nChristine Holt \, University of Cambridge\, United Kingdom\nJon Lorsch\, Johns Hopkins\, Baltimore\, USA\n\nKeynote Speakers\n\nDavid Bartel\, Whitehead Institute\ , USA\nJudith Kimble\, University of Wisconsin\, USA\nReinhard Luehrmann\, MPI Goettingen\, Germany DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20090908T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20090913T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Structure and Function of Neural Circuits DTSTAMP:20100209T223157Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:1ea2697bfebb0f5dfb2979a567137c72@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Structure and Function of Neural Circuits\n\nEMBL Advanced T raining Centre\, Heidelberg\, Germany \n\nSunday 5 September - Wednesday 8 September 2010\n\nevent website\n\nRegistration deadline: 13 June 2010\, first-come\, first-served\n\nUnderstanding the complexity and functional c omposition of cellular and synaptic networks in the nervous system is a ma jor challenge in neurobiology. Genes and molecules impact directly the ass embly\, function\, and plasticity of specific neural circuits\, and recent studies in different model systems start to elucidate the functionality o f neuronal connectomes as an higher organisational entity required for the generation of complex behaviours.\n\nThe goal of this Symposium is to hig hlight recent work on the anatomical and functional analysis of behavioura lly-relevant neural circuits in genetically tractable model systems\, and to promote the exchange of ideas and methods in this exciting field of res earch.\n\nEMBO | EMBL Symposia\, aim to provide the European scientific co mmunity with a platform to discuss and exchange ideas on forward-looking t opics and new developments in the life sciences. DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20100904T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20100908T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO Conference Series-Protein Synthesis and Trans DTSTAMP:20101011T135251Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:b00af73cf01ce32bbdd23684c59d0692@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For more information please follow the link below and subscr ibe to our mailing list.\nhttp://www.embl.de/t...1-01/index.html DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20110906T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20110911T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Morphogenesis and Dynamics of Multicellular System DTSTAMP:20111121T152727Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:f19222fcfed83e638fdca1f5f28bba9f@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:This 2nd meeting in the series will focus on the dynamic int erplay between cell and tissue organisation and cell-cell signalling syste ms.\n \nFor further information about this conference at EMBL Heidelberg a nd to register please visit:\nhttp://www.embl.de/t...2-01/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20120907 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20120910 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Protein Synthesis and Translational Control DTSTAMP:20120820T104626Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:e017c1ab45e7d65be7405dbadf3ca11f@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For further information\, please visit: http://www.embl.de/t ...3-01/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20130908 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20130913 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Actin in Action DTSTAMP:20150518T130421Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:ea28c85cd59874bf690aec736404a228@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Actin in Action: From Molecules to Ce llular Functions\n \; EMBL Heidelberg\, Germany\nWednesday 7 September - Saturday 10 September 2016\nhttp://www.embo-embl...6-06/index.html\nHis torically\, actin research at different levels of biological organization has developed into separate fields such as in vitro actin biochemistry\, b iophysics and cell biology. Biochemists\, cell biologists and physicists w orking in these different areas typically publish in different journals an d attend different conferences. However\, we see a trend\, enabled by new technologies\, towards bridging these fields\, offering for the first time the opportunity for multi-scale understanding of actin biology. This woul d allow us to directly explain how biochemistry and biophysics of single a ctin filaments and single molecules of motor proteins or cross-linkers giv e rise to cell and tissue scale functions.\n \; Aims\nThis meeting wil l bring together researchers from different communities interested in acti n-related processes and is designed to cover actin organization broadly\, from the molecular scale to the whole organism.\nThe meeting will specific ally focus on new technologies that enable integration of actin biology at different scales\, such as advanced imaging in in vitro and in vivo syste ms\, and those combining molecular biology with computational and biophysi cal approaches. The goal is to create for the first time the opportunity f or a multi-scale understanding of actin biology\, integrating actin bioche mistry\, physics and cell biology from the level of a single actin filamen t to cell and tissue scales.\n \; TopicsMolecular mechanisms of actin filament nucleationIn vitro reconstituted systemsActin and cell motilityTh e actin cortexActin in cell divisionActin’\;s functions in cell and t issue mechanicsThe role of actin in nuclear structure and functionEvolutio n of the actin cytoskeleton \; DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20160907 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20160911 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO Conference: Protein Synthesis and Translation DTSTAMP:20160609T124258Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:6203f851aee7844fe4461fc5a41154e2@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Translational control is a major focus of attention that ext ends to many fields\, including developmental biology\, neurobiology\, cel l physiology\, disease\, synthetic and systems biology\, etc. In addition to translation of messenger RNA\, the conference will feature advances in the field of non-coding RNAs\, both small (miRNA) and large (lncRNA)\, tha t influence the translation process and its machinery. Novel\, powerful hi gh-throughput technologies and structural advances will also be central\, as they are pushing the field forward in manners that were unthinkable onl y few years ago\, and are helping to create a “\;systems”\; view of translation.\n \;\nWith the increasing appreciation of the integra tion between different steps of gene expression\, the conference will expl ore the connections between translation\, mRNA turnover\, nonsense-mediate d decay\, RNA localisation\, and nuclear events such as transcription and splicing. Finally\, many alternatives to the classical “\;one message makes one protein”\; concept are being unraveled which increase the potential for regulation. These alternatives will be featured\, as well as the role of translational regulation in diseases as diverse as cancer\, n eurological disorders or infectious diseases.\n \;\nFor more informati on please visit: \;http://www.embl.de/training/events/2017/TRC17-01/in dex.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20170906 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20170911 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBL Conference: Protein Synthesis and Translation DTSTAMP:20140714T113051Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:6a6f6f9440a82485bc484a36a4a1909c@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Translational Control has become a major focus of attention in the field of gene regulation and extends to many fields including devel opmental biology\, neurobiology\, cell physiology and disease. The discove ry of miRNAs opened a new frontier and has been complimented with the find ing of new non-coding RNA molecules and the establishment of novel powerfu l high-throughput techniques\, both of which will be central within the co nference. With the increasing appreciation for the integration between dif ferent steps in the gene expression pathway\, the conference will also exp lore the latest work on the interfaces between translational control and m RNA turnover\, RNA localization and splicing/nonsense-mediated decay. The conference will continue to promote communication between experts in the f ield of translation with those from a scientifically related field that ha ve traditionally held separate meetings on the structure and function of t he ribosome. Finally\, our biochemical understanding of the translation pr ocess is progressing rapidly\, and is uncovering hidden layers of regulati on including isoforms of translation initiation factors with distinct acti vities and initiation at non-AUG codons. The latest findings regarding the se processes will be featured prominently within the conference. We thus b elieve that the conference promises to be timely\, cutting-edge and of bro ad interest.\n \;\nhttp://www.embl.de/t...5-01/index.html\n \;\nTo picsTranslation mechanismsThe ribosomeNon-coding RNAsRibonucleoprotein Com plexesInterconnections between translation and other processesSystems appr oachesDevelopment and disease DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150909 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150914 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Diabetes and Obesity DTSTAMP:20111212T151912Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:7a5ea5a76d0c9b0b67ef777f860273f3@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For further information abot this symposium at EMBL Heidelbe rg and to register please visit:\nhttp://www.embo-embl...2-05/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20120913 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20120917 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO|EMBL Symposium: The Non-Coding Genome DTSTAMP:20160609T123438Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:2b99f720dfdf3a582555efd751cba214@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:In the 50 years since RNA was identified as a central compon ent in the flow of genetic information\, it has become increasingly clear that RNA performs many additional diverse and interesting functions. Regul atory RNAs are known to play central roles across numerous biological proc esses required for cell viability and function. Moreover\, prokaryotic and eukaryotic genomes are pervasively transcribed to generate many additiona l RNAs with unknown functions\, raising the question: What else does RNA d o? Aims\nThis symposium will explore the diverse\, dynamic and multifacete d roles of RNA across a spectrum of cellular processes. It will provide an interdisciplinary discussion of the roles of non-coding RNAs in both prok aryotes and eukaryotes\, with the aim of enhancing our understanding of ge ne regulation and function.\n \;\nFor more information please visit:&# 160\;http://www.embo-embl...7-07/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20170913 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20170917 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Experim Approaches 2 Evolution&\;Ecology using yeast DTSTAMP:20100203T005757Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:5c3071ec8a40ce8ffc169bc19d0a4499@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Wednesday 29 September - Sunday 3 October 2010\n\nEMBL Heide lberg\, Germany\n\nevent website DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20100928T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20101003T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Protein Bioinformatics Tools DTSTAMP:20101206T121854Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:79780529c78cc1fe18becfbef54678a7@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:To register for this course and for further information plea se follow the link below to the events website:\nProtein Bioinformatics To ols\n\nIn recent years it has become apparent that structure-function rela tionships of proteins\, particularly cellular regulatory proteins\, are mu ch more complex than had been anticipated. This is causing difficulties fo r researchers as they try to move beyond overly simplified models of regul atory systems throughout the cell. It is critical that they learn to appre ciate\, analyse\, and characterise the modular complexity of the proteins they study\; understanding protein function is central to analysis of any cellular system\, and protein modular architecture specifies protein funct ion\, Protein modules (e.g. globular domains\, coiled-coil regions\, linea r motifs)\, their structure\, diversity\, interactions\, and direct experi ence using bioinformatic tools for characterising and predicting them\, ar e the principal themes of the course - explored with a focus on cell regul atory proteins\, which display exceptional modular diversity. In particula r\, in this course we will highlight the importance of intrinsically disor dered protein (IDP) modules- given the burgeoning awareness of the key rol es they play in diverse cellular systems\, especially in regulation and si gnaling.\n\nThe principal objective is to improve the ability of the parti cipants to use bioinformatics tools to analyse and predict modular protein architecture - while additionally improving their understanding of module diversity and the theoretical basis of analysis methods. This will improv e the participants'\; ability to critically interpret and apply relevan t techniques to their studies and those of others. Additionally\, we aim t o raise awareness of several fundamental bioinformatics concepts and ideas important for understanding more specialised tools and applications\, whi le providing direct experience using key software including SMART\, CLUSTA LX\, BLAST\, JalView\, PFAM\, ELM\, STRING\, REFLECT\, IUPRED\, PhosphoELM and others. This will help participants to transfer what they learn durin g the course back to their own labs. We will also enable direct personal a ccess to developers of several commonly used tools - providing definitive advice on problems and questions the students may have understanding and u sing the software\, while facilitating future contacts between teachers an d participants.\n\nPractical sessions during the course will focus on deve loping the student’s familiarity and expertise in using the most commonly used software tools for analysis of protein modular architecture. The deve lopers of several of these packages will be attending the meeting (Alex Ba teman - PFAM\; Toby Gibson - ELM\, CLUSTALX\, Zsuzsanna Dosztanyi and Pete r Tompa: IUPRED\; Michael Yaffe: ScanSite\; Francesca Diella: PhosphoELM\; Lars Juhl Jensen: STRING\, STITCH\, REFLECT). Thus\, students will have t he opportunities to address any questions they may have concerning these s oftware directly to the developers.\n\nAdditionally\, practicals will focu s on developing the participants understanding of several key concepts inc luding: statistics of sequence similarity search tools\; approaches to tex t-based database-searches\; interpretation of sequence alignments\; protei n 3D structure. Other practical sessions (those on the first day) will foc us on familiarizing the participants with the computational environment pr ovided on the teaching machines (which will be running LINUX).\n\nThe part icipants are expected to present a poster of their work. The posters will be available for viewing throughout the entire meeting. More details about the poster presentation will be given to the selected participants. DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20110924T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20111001T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Current Methods in Cell Biology DTSTAMP:20101206T122359Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:c61cfdd267110363375f23223455fe65@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For further information and to register for this course plea se follow the link below:\nCurrent Methods in Cell Biology DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20110928T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20111007T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBL Course: Cell Biology DTSTAMP:20120820T104846Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:93e65cb1d987fe572292a18da971ae87@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For further information\, please visit: http://www.embl.de/t ...-011/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20130926 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20131005 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:HUPO 2015 Conference September 27 - 30\, 2015 DTSTAMP:20150406T234831Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:30ac810458cc67401fd3efcd3f4862f4@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="HUPO2015":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:The 14th Human Proteome Organization World Congress (HUPO) i s happening in Vancouver\, Canada\, from September 27th –\; 30th\, 20 15.\n \;\nIt’\;s going to be a great place to share ideas and may be get some international exposure for up and coming postdocs and fellows.  \;\n \;\nOur Abstract Submission Deadline is April 10th\, 2015.\n  \;\nWe are also offering travel awards for postdocs and fellows who a re a presenter of an abstract accepted for presentation at the Congress.\n  \;\nFor more information\, please feel free to visit our website here .\n \;\nPlenary Speakers: \;\nRuedi Aebersold\, Institute of Molec ular Systems Biology - ETH Zurich\, Switzerland\nAled Edwards\, Structural Genomics Consortium\, Canada\nEmma Lundberg\, Department of Proteomics an d Nanobiotechnology - KTH Royal Institute of Technology\, Sweden\nFuchu He \, Beijing Proteome Research Center\, China\nJohn Yates\, Department of Ch emical Physiology –\; The Scripps Research Institute\, USA\nSteven Ca rr\, Proteomics Platform - Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard\, USA\nUte R oessner\, Metabolomics Australia (MA) - The University of Melbourne\, Aust ralia\n \;\n \;\nKeynote Session Topics:\nCancer Proteomics\nCardi ovascular and Haematological Proteomics\nChemical Proteomics and Drug Disc overy\nCanadian National Proteomics Network (CNPN)\nEpigenetics and Histon e Landscape\nGlycomics in Biology And Diseases\nHot Topics\nHuman Proteome Project\nImaging Mass Spectrometry\nIntegrated OMICS\nMembrane Proteomics \nMetabolomics and Metabolic Diseases\nNeurological Disorders\nNew Advance s in Biomarker Discovery\nNew Technological Advances In Proteomics\nPerson alized Medicine\nPhosphoproteomics and Cell Signaling\nProtein Modificatio ns (Other Than Phosphoproteins)\nProtein Networks and Computational Biolog y\nProteogenomics\nProteomics and Cell Immunity\nProteomics at Pharma\nPro teomics of Microbes and Infectious Diseases\nRegenerative Medicine and Ste m Cells\nSample Preparation for Proteomics\nStandardization in Proteomics\ nStructural Proteomics\nSubcellular Proteomics\nTop Down Proteomics and Ma cromolecular Complexes\nTranslational Proteomics\n \;\nHPP Sessions:\n The Human Proteome Project (HPP) is an international project organized by the Human Proteome Organization (HUPO) that aims to revolutionize our unde rstanding of the human proteome via a coordinated effort by many research laboratories around the world.\n \;\nIt is designed to map the entire human proteome in a systematic effort using currently available and emergi ng techniques. Completion of this project will enhance understanding of hu man biology at the cellular level and lay a foundation for development of diagnostic\, prognostic\, therapeutic\, and preventive medical application s. Visit the HPP website for detailed information\n \;\nThe HUPO Annua l World Congress provides an opportunity to convene face-to-face meetings and sessions across the full-range of HPP activities. \; DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150927 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20151001 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO|EMBL Symposia: Cancer Genomics DTSTAMP:20101011T135450Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:3632c44744493684492efa04868d56f3@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For more information please follow the link below and subscr ibe to our mailing list.\nhttp://www.embo-embl...1-02/index.html DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20110916T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20110919T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO | EMBL Symposium: The Mobile Genome DTSTAMP:20141007T082234Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:26995caeb701417aaa55d0326d9643bf@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:http://www.embo-embl...5-05/index.html\n \;\nSummary &am p\; Aims \;\nTransposons are abundant in most genomes and constitute a bout 50% of the human genome. They are usually considered as genomic paras ites\, the mobilisation of which can cause harmful genetic mutations.  \;\n\nVarious mechanisms have evolved throughout the tree of life to defen d genomes from the deleterious effects of transposition. Curiously\, the p ast couple of years have brought about seminal discoveries showing that tr ansposons also have functions essential to their host. For example\, they play key roles in mammalian development\, neurogenesis\, and immune respon se. \;\n\nThese novel findings suggest that transposons have widesprea d vital functions and call for thorough investigation in all genomes and o rganisms. \;\n\nThe proposed symposium aims to facilitate the developm ent of this emerging view by bringing together world-leading experts from diverse areas of biology including genomics\, structural biology\, microbi ology\, developmental biology\, plant biology and neurobiology. \;\n&# 160\;\nTopics\nThe meeting will stimulate interdisciplinary discussions on various key topics includingimpact of mobile DNA on genome structure and evolutionnovel advances in the mechanism of transposition and transposon d efensedevelopmental and physiological roles of transposition.\nThese discu ssions will facilitate multi-disciplinary collaborations and greatly impro ve the common understanding of mobile genetic elements\, as well as genome structure and function in general. DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150916 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150920 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Proteomics in Cell Biology and Disease Mechanisms DTSTAMP:20160718T083908Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:fd3b3b4bf26e853ecdd111cff703146d@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBL–\;Wellcome Genome Campus Conference\nHeidelberg\, Germany\n14 - 17 Sep 2016\nhttp://www.embl.de/training/events/2016/PRO16-0 2/index.html\n \;\nThrough the tremendous advances in the technology o f mass spectrometry-based proteomics and its applications\, the research h as expanded to most areas of biology that deal with proteins. This confere nce will focus on the application of proteomics to cell biology and unrave ling disease mechanisms by addressing conceptually novel ways to study lon g-standing questions in these fields. \; Aims\nAs most proteomics base d conferences tend to focus on analytical chemistry\, the selection of bio logical topics is usually uneven. Therefore\, this unique EMBL|Wellcome Ge nome Campus conference\, which will alternate yearly between Heidelberg an d Hinxton\, will focus on biology applications and build bridges to the di sciplines where the technology’\;s promise is still not nearly fully realised. \; DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20160914 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20160918 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:International Conference\, Siriraj Hospital DTSTAMP:20120907T065141Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:a35dbba10c8b9c7bf17106a9e68e2c1f@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="Rajesh Chaudhary":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Siriraj Hospital\, Mahidol University\, Bangkok\, Thailand\, is organizing "\;International Conference in Medicine and Public Heal th 2012 (ICMPH2012). Please follow the link\, for more information: http:/ /www1.si.mahid...lug=information DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20120917 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20120922 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Techniques for the Generation of Transgenic Mice DTSTAMP:20101206T111307Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:cb3f5c3ead94d0ae7f63e9d90cb665f7@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:This course is aimed at Technicians and Scientists intereste d in the generation of transgenic mice that have basic experience with euk aryotic cells and microscopy.\n\nAbout 30% of the course program covers le ctures and tutorials on generating transgenic mice and corresponding micro scopy and laser techniques by experts in the field. The rest of the time w ill focus on hands on practical work organised in small groups. These prac tical will address the following topics: injection of DNA into the pronucl eus of fertilized mouse oocytes\, embryonic stem cell transfer into blasto cysts\, laser-assisted stem cell transfer into 8-cell stage embryos\, and microscopy training.\n\nFor further information and to register for this c ourse please follow the link to the events website:\nTechniques for the Ge neration of Transgenic Mice DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20110919T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20110921T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Quality Control – From Molecules to Organelles DTSTAMP:20111212T152057Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:1fb05ddd2dfcae997a96842480483d43@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For further information about this symposium at EMBL Heidelb erg and to register please visit:\nhttp://www.embo-embl...2-02/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20120919 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20120923 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMLB/DFG Women In Science Network Conference DTSTAMP:20160718T084342Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:bf5f04b9db37c70767330923c542463c@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMLB/DFG Women In Science Network Conference: From Genes\, C ells and the Immune System towards Therapies\n19 - 20 Sep 2016\nhttp://www .embl.de/training/events/2016/SFB16-02/index.html\nCollaborative Research Centers are prestigious and competitive research consortiums of internatio nal reputation. In addition to promoting interdisciplinary top-level scien ce\, one major goal is to actively support gender equality by enhancing vi sibility and networking for female scientists. Therefore\, the EMBL\, toge ther with Collaborative Research Centers of the German Research Council (D FG) have established the 1st \;EMBL/DFG Women in Science Network Confe rence.\n \;\nThe scientific focus of this meeting is on genetics and i mmunology\, as well as immunotherapy. In addition to presenting an outstan ding scientific program\, the meeting aims at increasing the awareness of women in academia for the relevance of networking with other scientists.&# 160\;The meeting will also offer a platform to discuss various aspects of gender equality with representatives of the DFG\, EMBO and the Government. These sessions include “\;Networking Analyses”\; and “\;Sp eed-Networking”\;\, as well as round table discussion involving repre sentatives from the DFG\, from EMBL and from the Government\, who will dis cuss issues and advances in academic career development for women in Germa ny.v DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20160919 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20160921 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Centrosomes and Spindle Pole Bodies DTSTAMP:20160609T124452Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:39ea72c8c4f1c1396b206b352bf8ba0c@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:The centrosome and centrosome-related organelles are major m icrotubule organizing centers and play diverse roles in polarity\, signali ng\, cell division and cell movement. In addition\, the core structures th at make the centrosomes\, the centrioles\, are essential for cilia and fla gella formation. In this EMBO Conference we will discuss the structure and function of centrosomes as well as their role in diseases such as cancer and ciliopathies. \;\n \;\nFor more information please visit:  \;http://www.embl.de/t...7-01/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20170924 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20170928 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Inaugural Quantum Science Symposium-2011 DTSTAMP:20110805T192422Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:8871d2d2d6bff4c09d829a0e373544e4@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="appasani":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:September 26-27\, 2011: Inaugural Quantum Science Symposium- 2011 Two Meetings at One Venue \nQuantum Biology (QB)-2011 Meeting on ' \;Applications of Physical &\; Chemical Methods in Biological Systems&# 39\; &\; Frontiers in Quantum Information\, Computing &\; Communicat ion (QICC)-2011 Meeting on ‘Quantum Systems to Qubits\, Optics &\; Semi conductors’\nVenue: In Between Massachusetts Institute of Technology &\ ; Harvard University Campuses \non 777 Memorial Drive at Courtyard Marrio tt\, Cambridge\, Massachusetts 02139 USA\nContact: GeneExpression Systems \, Inc. Call: 781-891-8181. Fax: 781-891-8234\, Email:Genexpsys@expressgen es.com Web: www.expressgenes.com DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20110925T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20110927T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Big Data In Biology And Health DTSTAMP:20160718T083829Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:aa4e182e109aa1e7953959f8829d6b53@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBL–\;Wellcome Genome Campus Conference\n \;\nHeid elberg\, Germany\n \;\nThis EMBL-Wellcome Genome Campus Conference on “\;Big Data in Biology &\; Health”\; will alternate between H eidelberg and Hinxton\, to address the opportunities and challenges of  220\;big data”\; analytics\, advance basic research and explore trans lational opportunities. This timely interdisciplinary meeting aims to enab le the European research community to participate in and help drive the fu ture development of “\;big data”\; research\, as well as raise f urther awareness for this new and relevant research direction in the life sciences.\n \;\nhttp://www.embl.de/training/events/2016/BIG16-01/index .html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20160925 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20160928 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Inaugural Quantum Science Symposium-2011 DTSTAMP:20110805T191723Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:edfdca51ffbb95e5395ed98c4aa05bc7@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="appasani":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:September 26-27\, 2011: Inaugural Quantum Science Symposium- 2011 Two Meetings at One Venue \nQuantum Biology (QB)-2011 Meeting on ' \;Applications of Physical &\; Chemical Methods in Biological Systems&# 39\; &\; Frontiers in Quantum Information\, Computing &\; Communicat ion (QICC)-2011 Meeting on ‘Quantum Systems to Qubits\, Optics &\; Semi conductors’\nVenue: In Between Massachusetts Institute of Technology &\ ; Harvard University Campuses \non 777 Memorial Drive at Courtyard Marrio tt\, Cambridge\, Massachusetts 02139 USA\nContact: GeneExpression Systems \, Inc. Call: 781-891-8181. Fax: 781-891-8234\, Email:Genexpsys@expressgen es.com Web: www.expressgenes.com DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20110924T170000Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Morphogenesis and Dynamics of Multicellular System DTSTAMP:20090318T141559Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:4a09836ad65342d070cc44cc76791293@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBO Conference on Morphogenesis and Dynamics of Multicellul ar Systems\n\nLocation &\; Date: EMBL Heidelberg\, Germany\, 2 - 6 Octo ber 2009\n\nEvent website &\; Registration: http://www.embl.de/c...phog enesis/2009\n\nRegistration deadline is 31 July 2009.\n\nAims\nThe problem of how cells become organized into three-dimensional tissues is one of th e most important topics in biological research. Precisely coordinated chan ges in cellular behavior determine the shape and size of organs forming du ring embryogenesis. In adult organisms\, dynamic changes in tissue organiz ation underlie wound healing and regeneration\, while a loss thereof is a hallmark of cancer. Therefore\, studies addressing tissue dynamics in embr yos or cultured multicellular systems will have a great impact on our unde rstanding of medically important processes.\n\nTraditionally\, development al biologists have studied such processes using a global\, static readout at the organism level. By contrast\, cell biologists have a tradition of s tudying dynamic aspects of cell machinery using isolated cells in an artif icial environment. It is clear however\, that in order to understand the m orphogenesis and dynamics of multicellular systems these two disciplines h ave to merge. Furthermore\, as many aspects of morphogenesis involve physi cal mechanisms\, such as force generation or modulating tension\, it is de sirable to include biophysical approaches when addressing morphogenesis. T his means computer based experimental approaches such as simulations will play an increasingly important role in this field.\n\nThe combination of n ew imaging-\, computer- and experimental manipulation technologies now pro vide opportunities for cell biologists to study dynamic cellular machines in the context of the intact developing embryo. These technologies also al low investigating biophysical aspects of development such as the role and distribution of forces\, for example during gastrulation\, when multiple t issues move and form simultaneously. Developmental biology\, cell biology and biophysics as a consequence are rapidly becoming intertwined and it is this inter-disciplinarity that the meeting intends to foster. Special car e will be taken to select speakers from diverse fields of research at the interface between the three disciplines. The focus will be on global aspec ts of collective cell behavior rather than on molecular details.\n\nA cent ral technology enabling such interdisciplinary research is real time imagi ng of fluorescent reporters in whole tissues or even in the living\, intac t organism. This not only has the advantage of providing a realistic conte xt but also enables quantification of tissue dynamics. Another important e merging technology is computer simulations\, which allow mathematically ex ploring tissue behavior. Because both technologies are rapidly evolving a session will be dedicated to presenting and discussing the latest technolo gical advances in combination with a panel discussion on how to integrate and optimize such technologies.\n\nTopics\n1. Cell Surface Mechanics\n2. C ollective Migration\n3. Organ Morphogenesis\n4. Cancer as a Morphogenetic Process\n5. Increasing and Decreasing Order within Tissues\n6. New Methodo logies for Addressing Tissue Dynamics (+Panel Discussion).\n7. Coupling Mo rphogenetic Domains across the Developing Embryo (+Panel Discussion).\n\nI nvited Speakers\nMarkus Affolter \, Biozentrum\, University of Basel\, Swi tzerland\nSuzanne Eaton\, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology a nd Genetics \, Germany\nAndrew Ewald \, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine\, USA\nPeter Friedl\, Nijmegen Medical Centre\, Netherlands\nHol ger Gerhardt\, Cancer Research UK London Research Institute\, United Kingd om\nMorteza Gharib\, California Institute of Technology\, USA\nCarl-Philip p Heisenberg\, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics \, Germany\nLars Hufnagel\, EMBL\, Heidelberg\, Germany\nMichel Labouesse\ , Institut de Génétique et de Biologie Moléculaire et Cellulaire\, France\ nThomas Lecuit\, IBDML - Development Biology Institute of Marseille Luminy \, France\nMaria Leptin\, Cologne University\, France\nAndrea McClatchey\, MGH/Harvard Medical School\, USA\nDenise Montell\, Johns Hopkins Universi ty/The Department of Biological Chemistry\, USA\nEd Munro\, University of Washington\, USA\nIchiro Nishii\, Riken \, Japan\nPernille Rorth\, Temasek Life Sciences Laboratory \, Singapore\nErik Sahai\, Cancer Research UK Lo ndon Research Institute\, United Kingdom\nRalf Schnabel\, TU Braunschweig Developmental Genetics\, Germany\nLila Solnica-Krezel \, Vanderbilt Univer sity\, USA\nAngelike Stathopoulos\, California Institute of Technology\, U SA\nJohn Wallingford \, University of Texas at Austin\, USA\nCornelius Wei jer\, WellcomeTrust Biocentre\, University of Dundee\, United Kingdom\nJoc hen Wittbrodt\, EMBL\, Heidelberg\, Germany\nJennifer Zallen\, Sloan-Kette ring Institute\, USA DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20091001T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20091006T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Seeing is Believing DTSTAMP:20120820T105025Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:cc528e465e4ee4e86760fcc72f78a2d9@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For further information\, please visit: http://www.embo-embl ...3-03/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20131003 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20131007 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Seeing is Believing: Imaging the Processes of Life DTSTAMP:20160513T082638Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:bb4217937412b6b99f8fa9dd2746f0c5@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Summary\nThe processes of life are naturally dynamic in spac e and time from the atomic to the organismal level. The rapid development of imaging methods across this full scale of biological organisation is re volutionising our ability to visualise the inner workings of proteins\, pr otein complexes\, organelles\, cells\, tissues\, organs and whole organism s. Being able to see biological processes unfold in real time allows us to understand the mechanism of life as well as disease.\n \;\nAims\nThe symposium will bring together the leading developers of imaging methods wi th cutting edge applications that illustrate how imaging can answer biolog ical questions. We will place emphasis on methods that are able to capture the dynamics of life\, spanning the whole range from molecular resolution to imaging of whole organisms.\n \;\nEvent date\nTuesday 3 October - Saturday 7 October 2017\n \;\nRegistration deadline\nMon 14/08/17\n 60\;\nAbstract deadline\nMon 10/07/17\n \;\nContact\nevents_cco@ocs.em bl.org \n \;\nOrganisers\nJ. Ellenberg\, J. Lippincott-Schwartz\n  \;\nFor more information please visit: \;http://www.embo-embl...7-08/i ndex.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20171003 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20171008 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Complex Life of mRNA DTSTAMP:20150518T130533Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:86bb7d82b49e23e18d1e94442567c99f@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Complex Life of mRNA\n \; EMBL He idelberg\, Germany\nWednesday 5 October - Saturday 8 October 2016\nBefore the genetic information stored in the DNA can be used to direct cell growt h and metabolism it has to be transferred into RNA. \; Messenger RNAs (mRNAs) are key components in the transmission of genetic information in a ll life forms - from viruses to complex mammalian organisms. Exciting rece nt findings have revealed a remarkable degree of complexity in the lives o f mRNAs and the field is rapidly developing. Aims\nThe EMBO | EMBL Symposi um “\;Complex Life of mRNA”\; will bring leaders in the mRNA fie ld together with post-docs and students\, with the aim of disseminating an d discussing the most recent results. The programme includes sessions on:T ranscriptionmRNA processingExport and localizationmRNA surveillance and de cayTranslation and the control of mRNA expression by microRNAs DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20161005 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20161009 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:The Complex Life of mRNA DTSTAMP:20160718T084504Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:c1c8135d44b03cadd138f4c98909318d@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBO|EMBL Symposium: The Complex Life of mRNA 5 Oct - 8 Oct\ nhttp://www.embo-embl-symposia.org/symposia/2016/EES16-08/\nBefore the gen etic information stored in DNA can be used to direct cell growth and metab olism\, it has to be transferred into RNA. \; Messenger RNAs (mRNAs) a re key components in the transmission of genetic information in all life f orms - from viruses to complex mammalian organisms. Exciting recent findin gs have revealed a remarkable degree of complexity in the lives of mRNAs a nd the field is rapidly developing. Aims\nThe EMBO | EMBL Symposium “ \;Complex Life of mRNA”\; will bring leaders in the mRNA field togeth er with post-docs and students\, to disseminate and discuss the most recen t results. \; DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20161005 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20161009 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO | EMBL Symposia: Seeing is Believing DTSTAMP:20141106T131504Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:49e1c3427768efada226012ee5f75c4f@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Seeing is Believing - Imaging the Processes of Life\n \; EMBL Heidelberg\, Germany\nTuesday 6 October - Saturday 10 October 2015\n event website\n \;\nSummary\nThe processes of life are naturally dynam ic in space and time from the atomic to the organismal level. The rapid de velopment of imaging methods across this full scale of biological organisa tion is revolutionising our ability to visualise the inner workings of pro teins\, protein complexes\, organelles\, cells\, tissues\, organs and whol e organisms. Being able to see biological processes unfold in real time al lows us to understand the mechanism of life as well as disease.\n \;\n Aims\nWith the Symposium “\;Seeing is Believing –\; Imaging the Processes of Life”\; we aim to bring together the leading developers of imaging methods with cutting edge applications that illustrate how imag ing can answer biological questions. We will place emphasis on methods tha t are able to capture the dynamics of life and aim to span the whole range from molecular resolution to imaging of whole organisms.\n \;\nTopics \nImaging Technologies:Superresolution MicroscopySingle Molecule ImagingIm age AnalysisCorrelative ImagingProbes and BiosensorsLight Sheet Microscopy Intravital Imaging\nScientific Fields:Structural BiologyCell BiologyDevelo pmental BiologyDisease BiologyBioimage Informatics DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20151006 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20151011 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO Course Current Methods in Cell Biology DTSTAMP:20090318T154804Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:45549b90cf81c56515b85fd434f83741@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Location &\; Date: EMBL Heidelberg\, 08 - 16 October 2009 \n\nEvent website &\; Registration: http://www-db.embl.d...upsOrg/conf_ 125\n \nAims\nThe goal of this course is to give an introduction to a bro ad range of state-of-the-art cell biological methods and to provide a foru m for active cross-communication with an aim towards illuminating outstand ing challenges in the field of cell biology. A strong emphasis will be on live cell imaging methods together with detailed modeling.\nWe will encour age interdisciplinary and quantitative approaches to bring single molecule analysis into context with the behavior of whole systems.\n\nThe course i s aimed at PhD students and postdocs interested in cell biology. We wish t o attract both cell biologists who want to learn quantitative methods\, an d also researchers from other disciplines (physics\, engineering\, compute r science\, etc.) who want to use their expertise to cell biological probl ems.\n\nCell biology is undergoing tremendous changes. Researchers from ne ighboring disciplines such as developmental biology but also mathematician s\, physicists\, and IT specialists are increasingly interested in cell bi ological problems. New technologies are continuously emerging. Their possi bilities and limitations need to be taught. EMBL-CBB is combining traditio nal approaches with the latest imaging and computational technologies\, in a way that is unique in Europe. This course will not only introduce the p articipants to some of the latest developments in cell biology. It will sh ow how new technologies are efficiently integrated into cell biology and h ow cell biology in turn spawn new technologies.\n\nInvited Speakers\nKarst en Kruse\, Saarland University\, Germany\nPatrick Meraldi\, ETH\, Zuerich\ , Switzerland\nChristien Merrifield\, MRC Cambridge\, United Kingdom\nKeit h Mostov\, UCSF\, USA\nDyche Mullins\, UCSF\, USA\nJames Nelson\, Stanford University\, USA\n\nTeachers\nClaude Antony\, EMBL\, Heidelberg\, Germany \nDamien Brunner\, EMBL\, Heidelberg\, Germany\nDarren Gilmour\, EMBL\, He idelberg\, Germany\nEric Karsenti\, EMBL\, Heidelberg\, Germany\nMichael K nop\, EMBL\, Heidelberg\, Germany\nFrancois Nédélec\, EMBL\, Heidelberg\, Germany\nRainer Pepperkok\, EMBL\, Heidelberg\, Germany\nErnst Stelzer\, E MBL\, Heidelberg\, Germany\nThomas Surrey\, EMBL\, Heidelberg\, Germany DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20091007T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20091016T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO|EMBL Symposium The Complex Life of mRNA DTSTAMP:20120217T194214Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:3897b74b9e88d22c1ad7e07cfb003c13@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBO|EMBL Symposium -The Complex Life of mRNA\n \nCo-chairs: D. Tollervey\, J. Steitz\, N. Sonenberg\, A. Ephrussi\n \nEMBL Heidelberg \, Germany\nSunday 7 October - Wednesday 10 October 2012\n \nWebsite:\nhtt p://www.embo-embl-symposia.org/symposia/2012/EES12-03/index.html\n \n \nLa test news:\nRegistration is now open.\nRegistration and payment deadline i s 23 August 2012. \nAbstract submission deadline is 2 August 2012.\n \nB efore the genetic information stored in the DNA can be used to direct cell growth and metabolism it has to be transferred into RNA. Messenger RNAs (mRNAs) are key components in the transmission of genetic information in a ll life forms - from viruses to complex mammalian organisms. Exciting rece nt findings have revealed a remarkable degree of complexity in the lives o f mRNAs and the field is rapidly developing.\nThe EMBO | EMBL Symposium &# 8220\;Complex Life of mRNA”\; will bring leaders in the mRNA field to gether with post-docs and students\, with the aim of disseminating and dis cussing the most recent results. The programme includes sessions on:transc ription\;mRNA processing\;export and localization\;mRNA surveillance and d ecay\;translation and the control of mRNA expression by microRNAs.Keywords : mRNA\, RNA\, RNAi\, conference\, biology\, EMBL\, european molecular bio logy laboratory\, ATC\, advanced training centre\, heidelberg\, Germany\, transcription\, mRNA processing\, RNA localization\, mRNA surveillance\, mRNA decay\, mRNA expression\, microRNA DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20121007 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20121011 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Death Pathways and Beyond ECDO 2015 DTSTAMP:20150824T101036Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:191cc579e8f9eb54c9893bc95cb7bc5a@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="gvbdxz":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:23rd Conference of the European Cell Death Organization: Dea th Pathways and Beyond\nThe 23rd Conference of the European Cell Death Org anization will be held in Geneva\, Switzerland\, between 7 - 10 October 20 15. The conference itself will take place at the Convention Centre in Arch amps\, just across the border in neighboring France. Bringing together int ernationally renowned researchers\, young scientists\, clinical doctors\, and representative from charities\, the conference will place an emphasis on poster sessions and short oral communications\, designed to stimulate d iscussion and contact between participants at all levels. \; DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20151007 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20151011 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Horizons in Molecular Biology DTSTAMP:20120913T091717Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:b38af016d3574bc666ba98656329c957@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="ascacioc":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Horizons in Molecular Biology - International PhD Student Sy mposium\nhttp://www.horizons....n.de/horizont3/ DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20121008 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20121012 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Second International ‘Neurodegenerative Diseases &\; DTSTAMP:20110805T192316Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:e67ec6f0e13ef877f117a3ecefbf53e5@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="appasani":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:October 10-11\, 2011: Second International ‘Neurodegenerati ve Diseases &\; Genomics Symposium\nTwo Meetings at One Location ‘Europ ean Neurodegenerative Diseases-2011 Meeting On ‘Biology to Drugs &\; Th erapeutics’&\; European Genomics-2011 Meeting On ‘Genotyping\, SNiPs t o Traits &\; Diseases’\nVenue: Auditorium at Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR) Area Tor Vergata\,\nRome\, Italy\nContact: GeneExpression Systems\, Inc. Call: 781-891-8181. Fax: 781-891-8234\, Email:Genexpsys@ex pressgenes.com Web: www.expressgenes.com DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20111009T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20111011T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Chemical Biology Screening DTSTAMP:20101206T122749Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:6fad2a50a79737a5685156a5964aebf5@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For further information and to register for this course plea se follow the link to the events website:\nChemical Biology Screening DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20111009T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20111014T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO | EMBL Symposium: The Non-Coding Genome DTSTAMP:20120820T105243Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:ff614ca7a04c90cbd6f0e37291701e61@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For further information\, please visit: http://www.embo-embl ...3-04/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20131009 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20131013 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Microbiology DTSTAMP:20141007T081609Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:379388e5c7bccd4a2ba43c8eb31b8698@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:http://www.embo-embl...5-07/index.html\n \;\nSummary\nTh is symposium will cover a broad range of topics \;in \;prokaryotic biology -antibiotic resistance\, transcriptional and genetic networks\, b acterial communities\, regulation\, signaling\, cell biology\, pathogenesi s-\, with an emphasis on \;novel approaches that drive each field or h ave the potential to revolutionize future research in microbiology.\n\nAim s \;\nThis meeting aims to bridge the gap between traditional microbio logy and systems approaches-novel technologies\, by exposing microbiologis ts to new ways of addressing their hypotheses\, and allowing systems or te chnology experts to get a feeling of the burning questions in the field an d/or find collaborators for follow-up work or for applying their technolog y. \;\nThis symposium is a must-attend conference for scientists worki ng with bacteria and new technologies\, and will turn into a series. The s ymposium series will remain in the interface of new technologies and new b iology in prokaryotic organisms\, but the biological focuses and organizer s will regularly change.\n\nTopics\nBacterial Systems biology- new approac hes\nSingle-cell approaches &\; Cell biology\nAntibiotic action-resista nce-persistance\nMicrobial communities/ microbiotas/symbiosis\nEvolution\n Pathogenesis &\; Infection\nRegulation\, Signaling &\; Transcription al networks DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20151011 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20151015 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO|EMBL Symposium: The Mobile Genome DTSTAMP:20160609T123559Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:712be17394f033fac7438a795578b712@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Transposons are abundant in most genomes and constitute abou t 50% of the human genome. They are usually considered genomic parasites\, the mobilisation of which can cause harmful genetic mutations. \;\n\n Various mechanisms have evolved throughout the tree of life to defend geno mes from the deleterious effects of transposition. Curiously\, the past co uple of years have brought about seminal discoveries showing that transpos ons also have functions essential to their host. For example\, they play k ey roles in mammalian development\, neurogenesis\, and immune response. Th ese novel findings suggest that transposons have widespread vital function s and call for thorough investigation in all genomes and organisms. Aims\n This symposium aims to facilitate the development of this emerging view by bringing together world-leading experts from diverse areas of biology inc luding genomics\, structural biology\, microbiology\, developmental biolog y\, plant biology and neurobiology.\nFor more information please visit: 60\;http://www.embo-embl...7-09/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20171011 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20171015 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:The Non-Coding Genome DTSTAMP:20100209T223247Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:c06d68ebc9b679b291bdfe25f9f63782@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:The Non-Coding Genome\n\nEMBL Advanced Training Centre\, Hei delberg\, Germany \n\nWednesday 13 October - Saturday 16 October 2010\n\ne vent website\n\nRegistration deadline: 16 July 2010\, first-come\, first-s erved\n\nThis symposium will provide an interdisciplinary discussion of th e roles of non-coding RNAs with the aim of enhancing our understanding of gene regulation and function. Topics will include recent discoveries in t he fields of prokaryotic and eukaryotic long and short non-coding RNAs. T he functional roles of non-coding RNAs in a wide variety of cell processes will be discussed.\n\nEMBO | EMBL Symposia\, aim to provide the European scientific community with a platform to discuss and exchange ideas on forw ard-looking topics and new developments in the life sciences. DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20101012T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20101016T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Structure and Dynamics of Protein Networks DTSTAMP:20101011T135736Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:a56b7bd4ac661a1f23e8acb4cda9c419@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Modern scientists access an unprecedented level of knowledge on the basic components making up living systems\; an ever-growing number of methods are currently available that allow parallel measurements of th e behaviour and properties of all individual cellular components. Despite these spectacular progresses we still largely don’t understand how cellula r components work collectively and achieve biological function. Understand ing the molecular mechanisms of biological function largely relies on the systematic charting of the dynamics interactions taking place between the various components of living cells. Recent “OMICS” technologies contribute large biological networks covering entire proteomes. These networks are g enerally static as they fail to capture spatial and temporal dimensions th at represent essential properties of living systems. Mechanistic and dynam ic insights often come from focused smaller-scale approaches\, such as tho se used in structural biology\, biophysics or cell biology. The meeting wi ll bring together leading scientists from the “OMICS” field with leading s tructural and cell biologists\, for the main purpose of discussing scienti fic issues arising at the interface of these complementary fields. The gen eral aim of the symposium is to explore the possible synergisms and cross- talk between the large-scale and classical approaches to biological networ ks and review/investigate possible avenue to more generally populate curre nt networks with dynamics and mechanistic insights that will ensure high l evels of biological understanding and contributes deciphering fundamental principles. \n\nSessions:\n\nSignalling Networks and Circuits – Informati on networks\n \nStructure-Based Networks\n \nMultiscale analysis and integration of Cellular Networks\n\nFrom Quantitative Network to Cell Bio logy – Cell Biology of Protein Networks\n\nIf you are interested in receiv ing more information please follow the link below and subscribe to our mai ling list.\nhttp://www.embo-embl...1-03/index.html DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20111012T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20111015T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO|EMBL Symposium: Organoids DTSTAMP:20160718T084635Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:3597f4a11add3fb5e6b832e267eff15c@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBO|EMBL Symposium: Organoids: Modelling Organ Development and Disease in 3D Culture\n12 Oct –\; 15 Oct\nhttp://www.embo-embl-sy mposia.org/symposia/2016/EES16-07/\nThe ability to grow human tissues from stem cells in 3D culture has the potential to revolutionise the drug disc overy process and regenerative medicine. Building on a long tradition of c ell and developmental biology knowledge\, organoids resembling a variety o f human tissues have been generated. This conference will bring together t he leading researchers in this field to establish a new research community and reveal parallels between various tissue models. Aims\nThe aim of this meeting is to bring together researchers from different fields to enhance our understanding of how organoids can be formed and maintained\, how the y can be used to study disease and how we might eventually use them to reg enerate and replace human organ tissue. DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20161012 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20161016 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO|EMBL Symposia Germline DTSTAMP:20120221T113303Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:817a469c948bf0bfc9ca39a01e54ef5d@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Conference website: http://www.embo-embl...2-04/index.html\n \nSummary\n \nWhat does immortality mean at the molecular\, cellular\, tr ansgenerational and evolutionary level?\n \nMost organisms have a defined lifespan\, however life of a species continues and evolves via germline fr om generation to generation. Recent studies show that tissue stem cells sh are molecular and developmental signatures with the germline and that even fully differentiated\, postmitotic cells can be reprogrammed to regain to tipotency.\n \nThis EMBO | EMBL Symposium will go beyond a description of the phenomena involving stem cell behaviour\, programming and reprogrammin g. It will bring together researchers from different disciplines\, who wil l address fundamental questions of totipotency as they relate to evolution \, development and tissue specialization. DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20121013 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20121017 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:New Approaches and Concepts in Microbiology DTSTAMP:20120820T105441Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:5a50cda21b0b7a032015e3c2fe067141@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For further information\, please visit: http://www.embo-embl ...3-05/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20131014 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20131017 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Fifth International Conference on The Epididymis DTSTAMP:20100506T232819Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:30b23181b7cf9f77445c5c821d53c7b5@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="bguyonnet":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Visit the Website !\; DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20101024T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20101028T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Metagenomics: From the Bench to Data Analysis DTSTAMP:20101207T082909Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:1c254d278f95c3435898ed72efc4851f@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:This course aims to provide a comprehensive view of the main facets involved in metagenomics thinking and practice by giving a general conceptual background and tools employed in metagenomics as well as its r elationships with other emergent meta-disciplines. The methodological meta genomics challenges from sampling to the development of integrated resourc es and data management will be approached by a combination of lecture and practical sessions. Metagenomics is a field positioned at the intersection of many disciplines. The methodological\, technical and theoretical wealt h arising from such complex and dynamic field make up the biggest challeng es in metagenomics\, which are plenty and at many different levels in the metagenomics workflow. This course will expose the participants to these c hallenges at all levels of metagenomics workflow. This is a specific cours e devoted to bring the key players in the field of metagenomics from bench to data analysis together with early-stage experimental researchers and i s interesting to anyone involved or embarking into this field. It provides a unique opportunity to catalyse lasting interactions between experimenta l and computational researchers. It will allow experimental biologists to gain confidence and research skills that they would otherwise have little opportunity to develop\, and will enable computational systems biologists to gain first-hand experience of the challenges experimentalists encounter when using computational approaches.\n\nFor further information and to re gister for this conference please follow the link below to the events webs ite:\nMetagenomics: From the Bench to the Data Analysis DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20111022T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20111029T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Next Generation Sequencing Data Analysis DTSTAMP:20101206T110408Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:f96f0250734ca3ce8c76160753938a33@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For further information and to register for this course plea se follow the below to the events website:\nNext Generation Sequencing Dat a Analysis DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20111024T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20111026T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBL Conference: Mammalian Genetics and Genomics DTSTAMP:20160609T124347Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:5a11184705ac671fb3913e006587f1b0@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:The \;EMBL Conference Mammalian Genetics and Genomics: F rom Molecular Mechanisms to Translational Applications is a joint meeting of the International Mammalian Genome Society (IMGS) and the Mouse Molecul ar Genetics (MMG) meeting. This meeting will provide an international foru m for the sharing of cutting-edge research in genetics and genomics that a ddresses fundamental areas of mammalian biology. The conference will inclu de presentations by established and junior investigators\, including train ees\, and will include trainee mentoring events\, workshops\, and networki ng opportunities within a stimulating and welcoming environment.\n \;\ n \;\n \;\nFor more information please visit: \;http://www.emb l.de/t...7-01/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20171024 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20171028 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Overcoming chaos: Networks in Lifescience DTSTAMP:20120405T082759Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:68cbed7241d5b858beb9d7819213e127@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="emblphd2011":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:\n14th EMBL PhD Symposium\n\nThe theme of the 2012 EMBL PhD symposium is biological complexity. The past 20 years have seen a massive increase in the volume of biological data. Molecules and cells once studie d in isolation are now being analyzed as components of genomes\, proteomes \, pathways and tissues. By analyzing interactions within and between such datasets\, researchers are uncovering emergent\, systems-level properties that cannot be seen from the perspective of individual molecules. Underst anding complex biological systems requires a biology that is integrative\, yet predictive and rigorous. Our symposium will feature talks by PhD stud ents and Investigators whose work is exactly that.\n\nThe symposium will c omprise three sessions. Our first day will focus on genomics. The attempt to interpret the ever-increasing tide of genomic data requires the integra tion not only of disparate biological fields\, but also cross-field collab oration. Our speakers will represent experts from both the public and priv ate sector and will discuss recent advances in\, and the future implicatio ns of\, genomics technology for research and society at large. Our second day will focus on proteomics\, a field undergoing a parallel revolution of its own. Our speakers will discuss developments in the field with applica tions ranging from research and synthetic biology to medical diagnosis. Fi nally\, our last day will focus on attempts to model even higher-level sys tems such as the regulatory networks and cell-cell interactions that deter mine cell fate in development. Our speakers will discuss the value of the systems approach in these high level systems\, and the challenges to be ov ercome in applying it.\n\nwebsite: http://phdsymposium.embl.org/\n\ncontac t: phdsymposium2012@embl.de\n\nvenue: EMBL Heidelberg\,Meyerhofstrasse 1 \ , Heidelberg 69117\, Germany\n\nregistration deadline: 6th Sept 2012\n\nCo nfirmed speakers:\n\nV.A Shiva Ayyadurai\nEugenia Piddini\nRudolf Aebersol d\nRichard Durbin\nDagmar Iber\nJuri Rappsilber\nAndreas Schuppert\nAmos B airoch DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20121025 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20121028 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Evolution and Ecology Using Yeast DTSTAMP:20160718T084100Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:fba27d7df4a35363ca091b5738d380be@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBO Conference: Experimental Approaches to Evolution and Ec ology Using Yeast and Other Model Systems\n \;\n19 - 23 Oct 2016\nhttp ://www.embl.de/training/events/2016/EAE16-01/index.html\n \;\nThe past conferences and the preceding workshops of this conference series have ex plored yeasts as models to study questions of general relevance to evoluti on and ecology. Speakers were selected that brought expertise to the meeti ng in a range of topics\, from evolutionary theory\, ecologists\, yeast ge neticists\, cell biologists\, genomics and systems biology. The explicit i ntention to identify and address fundamental questions of evolution and ec ology generated an open and interactive environment that enabled fruitful discussions across boundaries of individual expertise. Beyond this\, selec ted speakers with expertise from different areas\, from computational evol utionary simulations\, evolutionary cancer biology or protein evolution le d to many stimulating discussions that we now would like to continue more pronouncedly in the next series of conferences. Therefore\, we have select ed a broad range of new speakers for this last conference\, and we decided to reinvite only a small number of approx. 4 speakers from the 3rd confer ence\, where we felt that their future progress would be of highest import ance for the audience. DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20161019 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20161024 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:ixth International ‘MicroRNAs &\; Single Molecule Bi DTSTAMP:20110805T192157Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:0e301938bd2a0edff2e67af07d46e73c@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="appasani":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:November 01-02\, 2011: Sixth International ‘MicroRNAs &\; Single Molecule Biology Europe-2011 Meeting’Meeting on ‘MicroRNAs: Biolog y to Development and Disease’ &\; ‘Molecular Imaging to Single Molecule Analysis’ \nVenue: Peterhouse\, University of Cambridge\, Cambridge\, UK\ nContact: GeneExpression Systems\, Inc. Call: 781-891-8181. Fax: 781-891- 8234\, Email:Genexpsys@expressgenes.com Web: www.expressgenes.com DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20111031T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20111102T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:6th International Conference on the Epididymis DTSTAMP:20130531T143658Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:fab4618af60bff59afe0863bc9db6fc7@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="bguyonnet":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION: Young Investigators of Reproductive Biology Epididymis - YI RBE is happy to inform you that the Sixth International Conference on The Epididymis (Epididymis VI) will be held in Shanghai\, China\, October 31th &ndash\; November\, 3rd\, 2014.\n\nPlease find more informations using th e following link: http://www.sibcb.ac....ember_233870708 DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20141031 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20141104 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Non-coding Genome DTSTAMP:20140814T090334Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:5b8c99985076794fc6da266ae51fd82d@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:In the 50 years since RNA was identified as a central compon ent in the flow of genetic information\, it has become increasingly clear that RNA performs many additional diverse and interesting functions. \ ; Regulatory RNAs are known to play central roles across numerous biologic al processes required for cell viability and function. \; Moreover\, p rokaryotic and eukaryotic genomes are pervasively transcribed to generated many additional RNAs with unknown functions\, raising the question: What else does RNA do? http://www.embo-embl...5-08/index.html\n \;\nAims\nT his symposium will explore the diverse\, dynamic and multifaceted roles of RNA across a spectrum of cellular processes. It will provide an interdisc iplinary discussion of the roles of non-coding RNAs in both prokaryotes an d eukaryotes\, with the aim of enhancing our understanding of gene regulat ion and function.\n \;\nTopics\n1. \; \; \; \; \;& #160\; \; Non-coding RNAs in prokaryotes\n2. \; \; \;  \; \; \; \; miRNAs: biogenesis\, function and mechanisms\n3.&# 160\; \; \; \; \; \; \; siRNAs and piRNAs\n4.  \; \; \; \; \; \; \; Transcriptional silencing and dosage compensation\n5. \; \; \; \; \; \; \; Gene silencing in plants\n6. \; \; \; \; \; \; 0\; Long non-coding RNAs DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20151018 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20151022 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Seminar: Laboratory Management – Practical Fundame DTSTAMP:20090915T204742Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:be3f303819ef3d5791a9e906a6f3b331@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="Smart Consulting Group":bbs@protocol-online.or g DESCRIPTION:A successful lab is at the heart of any thriving pharmaceuti cal or biotech company. But running a successful lab in the 21st century r equires a complex skill set. You have to have deep technical understanding and project management expertise. You also have to juggle the many person alities of researchers\, regulators\, and organizational hierarchy. You mu st develop a clear and focused vision\, be ruthlessly efficient with your resources\, and be disciplined in your execution. \n\n\nLearn Essential Sk ills:\n• Precise Communication: Learn how to communicate project objective s clearly and effectively to management\, peers and employees.\n• Technica l Expertise: Master the methodologies and tools that are essential to Lab oratory Management.\n• Savvy Measurement: Learn the most important metrics to focus on and why measuring the wrong outputs can sabotage results.\n• Ethical Pitfalls: Learn how to navigate the complex ethical issues that co me up in 21st Century laboratory operation.\n• Real Life Case Studies: Lea rn by delving into actual case studies from real industry situations.\n\nA reas Covered in the Course\n1. Stress and how to deal with it.\n2. Ethical issues\n3. Communications: Up\, Down and Sideways\n4. Budgeting and Headc ount\n5. Relationships with Operations\, QA\, RA\, HR\, etc.\n6. Laborator y Organization\n7. Lean Laboratory\n8. Laboratory Certification\n9. Busine ss Continuity\n10. Metrics\n11. Project Management\n12. Dealing with Perso nnel Issues\n13. Team Building\n\nWho will benefit by attending:\nThis cou rse is designed to provide valuable assistance to small and large companie s in the Medical Device\, Diagnostic\, Pharmaceuticals\, and Biotechnology Sectors associated with the development of their staff to operate and man age efficient / compliant analytical / QC laboratories.\n\nLearn From Expe rts with Decades of Hands-on Experience. \n• Nigel Smart Ph.D. – Managing Partner at Smart Consulting Group and Thought Leader in Lean Laboratory St rategy\n• Tony Barcia – Senior Consultant and Leader in Laboratory Strateg y at Smart Consulting Group. Former Corporate Director of Quality related to Laboratories at Johnson and Johnson and co-author of the ISPE Laborator y Guide.\n• Masud Kadri\, Ph.D. – Senior Consultant and Strategist in Mana gement Practices\, Compliance and Project Management at Smart Consulting G roup. Adjunct Professor at the University of Phoenix in Project Management . \n\nPerfect for Any Size Laboratory\nWe designed this course to fit the needs of both small and large companies in the Medical Device\, Diagnostic \, Pharmaceuticals\, and Biotechnology Sectors. Our case studies and leade rship training will benefit:\n• Senior Management\n• Laboratory Managers\n • Laboratory Analysts\n• Quality Assurance Personnel\n• Regulatory Affairs Personnel\n• Technology Interface Staff\n\nCourse Details\nDates: Octobe r 5-7\, 2009\n October 26-28\, 2009\nDuration: Classes run 8AM – 5PM daily.\n Lunches and Refreshment Breaks are inc luded.\nLocation: Chester County Economic Development Council Center\n 737 Constitution Drive\n Exton\, PA 19341\n Fairfield Inn\n 5 N. Pottstown Pike\n Exton\, PA 19341\n \n\nFor More Information Visit ww w.SmartConsultingGroup.com/training.html DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20091004T170000Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:12th International EMBL PhD Student Symposium DTSTAMP:20100720T163405Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:55d68cd9317564d8d20e264af0c880fe@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="Federico":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:12th International EMBL PhD Student Symposium\n\nEMBL Advanc ed Training Centre\, Heidelberg\, Germany \n\nThursday 21 October - Saturd ay 23 October 2010\n\nevent website\n\nRegistration deadline: 9 September 2010\n\nScience fact and science fiction are closely linked. Scientists ar e often inspired by the imaginative possibilities introduced in the world of fantasy\, and vice versa: real scientific discoveries often shape the c reations of science fiction writers. Even though scientists – unlike scien ce fiction writers – are bound by the laws of nature\, the inventions of t he fictional world sometimes cross over to reality through their persisten t work. This poses the question: where is the borderline between fiction a nd fact\, fantasy and reality today? And where will it be in the near futu re?\n\nThese are the issues we will address during the 12th EMBL PhD sympo sium – "\;From Science Fiction to Science Fact: What'\;s next?" \;.\n\nThe current boundaries in different fields of life sciences will be investigated\, in light of how past frontiers have been overturned. World -renowned speakers will be invited to share their ideas on latest technolo gical breakthroughs\, achievements and future developments with the young generation of scientists. We will explore a diverse array of topics rangin g from structural and cell biology to biophysics and medicine. Participant s will also have the opportunity to present and discuss their own work in poster sessions and selected short talk segments.\n\nWe aim to provide you ng researchers from different international research institutes with an op portunity to interact with leading scientists in an informal and relaxed e nvironment.\n\n\n\nThe European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) is a l eading institute for research in molecular life sciences and the annual In ternational EMBL PhD student symposium in Heidelberg is an outstanding eve nt in the scientific world. For this event\, every autumn over the past 11 years\, EMBL gathers young researchers from numerous scientific institute s\, mostly graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. Previous symposia c overed many interesting topics\, including decision making in biology\, ne urobiology and patterns in biology.\n\nThe organisers are proud to announc e the 12th EMBL PhD Symposium "\;From Science Fiction to Science Fact: What'\;s next?"\;\, which will take place in Heidelberg\, Germany on 21-23 October 2010. Join us for a unique experience of a student-led sy mposium complemented by participation of the world'\;s renowned scienti sts. DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20101020T170000Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBL-EBI Open Day DTSTAMP:20150930T131137Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:2b1a3c4a246c1856c3d1da20dc1d3425@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org ATTACH;FMTTYPE=application/pdf:http://www.protocol-online.org/forums/index.php?app=core&module=attach§ion=attach&attach_id=6359 DESCRIPTION:\n\n\n\n\n\n\nThe EMBL-EBI Open Day is perfect for early-car eer scientists who would like to know more about what EMBL-EBI has to offe r and the career opportunities available in bioinformatics. \;Show ful l description »\;\n\n\n\n\n\n\nNew for 2015: more opportunities to mee t EMBL-EBI's staff\, find out what we do and what career paths are availab le in Bioinformatics.\nEMBL-EBI's Open Day 2015 is free to attend but you must \;register your place \;in advance. Programme\nChair: \;K atrina Costa\n\n Time Talk title Speaker 09:45 \;- 10:00 ~ Registration and refreshments ~  \; 10:00 - 10:10 Welcome to EMBL-EBI's Open Day Katrina Costa (Scientific Engagement Officer) 10:10 - 10:40 Overview of EMBL-EBI: what w e do \; Rolf Apweiler (Joint Director of EMBL-EBI) 10:40 - 11:10 Opportunities across EMBL: PhDs\, Postdoctoral Fellowships and Careers Helke Hillebrand (Dean of Graduate Studies\, EMBL) 11: 10 - 11:40 Training opportunities at EMBL-EBI Sarah Morgan (Tr aining Programme Manager) 11:40 - 12:00 How to get the most out of this afternoon Katrina Costa \; 12:00 - 13:00 ~ L unch and demonstrations of EMBL-EBI's core resources ~  \; 13:00 - 15:00 \nConcurrent sessions: 'Life as a...' talk series o n various career options in bioinformaticsHands-on demonstrations of EMBL- EBI's core data resourcesExhibition desksTours of the data centre &# 160\; 15:00 - 15:30  \;~ Refreshment break ~  \; 15:30 - 16:00 Where next? \n \;\n\n \;\n \;\n  \; DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20151029 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Translating Behaviour DTSTAMP:20090318T141441Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:6868c03b20df5c05a103a246b298962b@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBL Workshop on Translating Behaviour: Bridging Clinical an d Animal Model Research \n\nLocation &\; Date: EMBL Heidelberg\, German y\, 14 - 16 November 2009\n\nRegistration will open on February 9th\, 2009 until July 31st\, 2009\n\nEvent website &\; Registration: http://www.e mbl.de/conferences/transbehaviour\n\nTopics\n\nThe goal of this workshop i s to bring together behavioral neuroscientists working on animal models wi th clinical researchers studying human behavior. The main question to be a ddressed by the workshop is how animal models can best be used to discover treatments for behavioral disorders\, including mental illness. Although animal models are powerful tools to identify the neurobiological mechanism s underlying behavior\, too few researchers are trying to directly bridge the gap between human behavior and homologous behaviors in lower animals. In some cases animal behavior and human behavior appear similar and may sh are common molecular mechanisms\; however\, many human behaviors remain on ly distantly homologous to animal behaviors and common mechanisms are cont roversial.\n\nAt the same time\, behavioral research is receiving renewed attention in the light of an explosion in the generation of mouse models o f genetic diseases. However\, the behavioral characterization of these mod els lags behind their molecular characterization\, with little attention b eing focused on how best to match human behavioral deficits relevant to th e disease. Psychiatrists are also increasingly incorporating quantitative behavioral measurements into their research as part of a movement to ident ify behavioral endophenotypes of mental illness that are more reliable tha n traditional diagnostic criteria. Significant research funds are being fu nneled into behavioral research on rodent models while the value of these models to identify new therapies often remains unproven. Our workshop aims to take advantage of the increasing interest in behavior among both clini cal and basic researchers to help ensure the best possible use of animal m odels.\n\nThe workshop will try to cover a range of commonly studied behav iors relevant to human disease\, including anxiety\, impulsivity\, and agg ression\, but also more controversial topics such as depression\, schizoph renia\, autism\, and attachment. In this way\, participants will be expose d to a wide range of clinically relevant behavioral research and gain an a ppreciation of its successes and pitfalls. Finally\, our workshop aims to facilitate interactions between medical and basic science researchers by s eeking the balanced participation of MD and PhD researchers.\n\nProgramme\ n\nSaturday\, November 14\n\n12:00 – 13:00 Registration\n13:00 - 14:00 Lun ch\n14:00 – 17:00 Session I and II: Anxiety and Impulsivity\nPaul Pauli\, University of Würzburg\, Germany\nMarco Battaglia\, San Raffaele Universit y\, Milan\, Italy\nTrevor Robbins\, University of Cambridge\, UK\nKlaus Mi czek\, Tufts University\, Boston\, USA\n\n17:00 – 18:00 Poster Session\n\n 18:00 – 19:00 Social Science Lecture: Nicolas Rose\, London School of Econ omics\, UK\n\n19:00 – 21:00 Dinner\n\nSunday\, November 15\n\n9:00 – 12:00 Session III and IV: Depression and Autism\nCatherine Belzung\, INSERM U 9 30 Imagerie et Cerveau\, France\nYoshiharu Yamamoto\, University of Tokyo\ , Japan\nFrancesca Happé\, Institute of Psychiatry\, London\, UK\nJacqueli ne Crawley\, National Institute of Mental Health\, Bethesda\, USA\n\n12:00 – 13:00 Meet-the-Speakers Round Table\n\n13:00 – 15:00 Lunch during river boat tour of Heidelberg\n\n15:00 – 18:00 Free time\n\n18:00 – 19:00 Keyno te Lecture: Jaak Panksepp\, University of Washington\, Pullman\, USA\n19:0 0 – 21:00 Dinner\n\n21:00 – 24:00 Poster Session with Wine-Cheese\n\nMonda y\, November 16\n\n9:00 – 12:00 Sessions V and VI: Schizophrenia and Attac hment\nAlessandro Bertolino\, University of Bari\, Italy\nJohn Waddington\ , Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland\, Ireland\nRichard Ebstein\, Hebrew University\, Jerusalem\, Israel\nPier Francesco Ferrari\, University of P arma\, Italy\n\n12:00 – 13:00 Meet-the-Speakers Round Table\n\n13:00 – 14: 00 Lunch\n\n\nInvited Speakers\n\nMarco Battaglia\, San Raffaele Universit y\, Milan\, Italy\nCatherine Belzung\, INSERM U 930 Imagerie et Cerveau\, Tours\, France\nAlessandro Bertolino\, University of Bari\, Italy\nJacquel ine Crawley\, National Institute of Mental Health\, Bethesda\, USA\nRichar d Ebstein\, Hebrew University\, Jerusalem\, Israel\nPier Francesco Ferrari \, University of Parma\, Italy\nFrancesca Happe\, Institute of Psychiatry\ , London\, United Kingdom\nKlaus Miczek\, Tufts University\, Boston\, USA\ nPaul Pauli\, University of Würzburg\, Germany\nTrevor Robbins\, Universit y of Cambridge\, United Kingdom\nNikolas Rose\, London School of Economics \, United Kingdom\nJohn L. Waddington\, Royal College of Surgeons in Irela nd\, Dublin\, Ireland\nYoshi Yamamoto\, University of Tokyo\, Japan\n\nKey note Speaker\n\nJaak Panksepp\, University of Washington\, Pullman\, USA DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20091113T160000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20091116T155959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:From Functional Genomics to Systems Biology DTSTAMP:20100203T002804Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:4cacbd64dd49dba750a54d1debf6be22@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Saturday 13 November - Tuesday 16 November 2010\n\nEMBL Heid elberg\, Germany\n\nevent website DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20101112T160000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20101116T155959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Biological Oscillators DTSTAMP:20141106T131620Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:0112bc5cae0882f9cbc7cc776643dc2e@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Biological Oscillators: Design\, Mechanism\, Function\n  \; EMBL Heidelberg\, Germany\nThursday 12 November - Saturday 14 November 2015\nevent website\n \;\nOscillations are abundant - from hormonal os cillations with periods of days and months\, to genetic oscillations in th e range of hours (circadian clock\, embryonic oscillators) to metabolic an d biochemical oscillations in the order of minutes (glycolytic oscillation s) and seconds (Calcium-dynamics)\, oscillations are central to biology ac ross different temporal and spatial scales.\n \;\nTopicsOscillation me chanisms across different scales: from circadian clock to embryonic oscill ators to biochemical (metabolic) oscillations (and more)\, multiples disci plines will be all joined at this meeting in order to common mechanism und erlying the generation of oscillaitonsOscillation function: besides known clock functions\, other emerging concepts of oscillatory dynamics as basis for temporal signal encoding mechanismsQuantitative/imaging approaches in order to study oscillatory dynamicsHigher-order phenomena\, such as coupl ed oscillators and synchronization in various context and at different sca lesMathematical modeling and computational biology of oscillatory and comp lex dynamics DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20151112 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20151115 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:From Functional Genomics to Systems Biology DTSTAMP:20160718T084822Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:8208afbed09a31b1bcc3ebff0ba5d062@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBO Conference:  \;From Functional Genomics to Systems Biology\n12 - 15 Nov 2016\n \;\nThe main objective of this conference is to bring people together from diverse disciplines to exchange ideas\, p romote cross-disciplinary collaborations and to form a synthesis of approp riate systems-level approaches. The meeting is therefore purposely broad t o cover all aspects of genomics to systems biology\, a unique combination that is highly appreciated by the participants. Over the past decade\, thi s EMBO conference has therefore served as an important venue in helping to shape the field\, or to be more precise to help generate a community of s cientists that come from very diverse disciplines\, each with the common g oal to understand the systems level properties of their system of interest .\n \;\nhttp://www.embl.de/training/events/2016/OMX16-01/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20161112 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20161116 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO|EMBL Symposium: From Single- to Multiomics DTSTAMP:20160513T082821Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:6e3d810fbc685efa0421dce56008d533@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Summary\nThe current speed at which novel high-throughput te chnologies are developed and large-scale biological data are produced offe rs tremendous opportunities for enhancing our molecular understanding of b iological systems. One of the biggest challenges will be to interpret thes e large-scale biological “\;omics”\; data and to develop computa tional and statistical approaches to generate a coherent biological model that will enable us to address novel questions about the consequences of g enetic and environmental perturbations in complex biological systems.\n 60\;\nThis conference will provide a platform for bringing together leadin g researchers from computational biology and various “\;omics”\; fields (e.g. genomics\, genetics\, proteomics\, metabolomics\, lipidomics \, etc) to present their latest work and discuss applications\, future ide as and challenges for integrating large-scale biological data across diffe rent biological technologies and disciplines.\n \;\nAims\nThis confere nce aims to bring together experts from various ‘\;omics fields and c omputational biology to discuss applications and inspire new ideas for int egrating and interpreting data across the different omics technologies. We believe it will provide a interdisciplinary platform for discussing futur e collaborations between the different omics fields.\n \;\nTopics\nRec ent advances in genomics\, proteomics\, and metabolomics\nIntegrating diff erent ‘\;omics data\nPost-translational modification: expanding prote ome diversity\nNovel ‘\;omics technologies - including ‘\;omics and structural biology\nClinical applications of multi-omics\n \;\nEve nt date\nSunday 12 November 17 - Tuesday 14 November 17\n \;\nRegistra tion deadline\nMon 02/10/2017\n \;\nAbstract deadline\nMon 21/08/2017\ n \;\nContact\nevents_cco@ocs.embl.org \n \;\nOrganisers\nJudith Z augg (EMBL)\, Uwe Sauer and Nevan Krogan (UCSF) \n \;\nFor more inform ation please visit: \; http://www.embo-embl...7-10/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20171112 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20171115 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBL | STANFORD CONFERENCE: Personalised Health DTSTAMP:20150227T150742Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:b31aa9ca4aa24da53373583730b17308@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBL Heidelberg\, Germany\n16 - 19 Nov 2015\nhttp://www.embl .de/t...5-01/index.html\n \;\nWe foresee a time when the genomes of ea ch of us will be sequenced at birth to enable the prediction and preventio n of genetic diseases. However\, genome sequence information is not suffic ient. To strive to maintain wellness we need to integrate periodic measure ments about our health status through the use of omic and biosensor techno logies and\, most importantly\, we need to understand the molecular mechan isms that translate our differences in terms of genomic sequence and envir onmental experiences into the differences in disease predispositions and o ther medically relevant traits. \;\n \;\nTowards this end we invit e the leading scientists from different fields in basic biomedical researc h to clinical applications to discuss the most recent advances in the fiel d of personalised health. The conference will cover the molecular basis of health and disease\, experimental models to develop and validate systems- wide medical approaches before bringing them into humans\, and clinical as well as ethical issues that must be considered to bring these new approac hes into the public health. \;\n \;\nThis EMBL-Stanford conference is jointly organised between these two institutions and offers an unusual ly rich opportunity to hear from and interact with leaders in the efforts towards molecular approaches to personalised health from all over the worl d. DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20151116 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20151120 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Difference betw. the Sexes-From Biology2Behaviour DTSTAMP:20100203T005919Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:e37623457945f6a9c692b9580ca6f526@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Friday 5 November - Saturday 6 November 2010\n\nEMBL Heidelb erg\, Germany\n\nevent website\n\nRegistration is open until 15 October 20 10.\n\nWe are pleased to announce our next Science and Society conference on 5-6 November 2010 at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) i n Heidelberg\, Germany. This well-established conference series brings tog ether a wide range of scientists\, philosophers\, science communicators\, policy makers\, and members of the public in engaging debate.\n\nIn total\ , four sessions with keynote talks and panel discussions are planned for t he two days at the 2010 conference. The first day will be set aside for pr esenting and discussing questions relevant to the evolution of sexual repr oduction\, as well as to the development of sex specific traits. For this purpose we are inviting leading scientists to present their field of resea rch\, including their own work\, to a mixed audience of scientists and non -scientists. Talks in each session will be followed by panel discussions a round questions relating to the difference between the sexes from various perspectives.\n\nIn the first session of the second day at the meeting the attention will turn to comparative research on sex differences in brain a nd behavior of various species. Finally\, in the fourth and the last sessi on of the conference we will reexamine the relationship between innate ver sus acquired sexual characteristics in humans\, and attempt to assess some familiar questions of differences between the sexes in the light of new k nowledge emerging from the life sciences in recent years. As with the past EMBL/EMBO Science and Society conferences\, our overall aim is to promote a constructive dialogue between a wide range of professionals and members of the public. [Flyer Download] DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20101104T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20101106T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:12th EMBO/EMBL Science and Society Conference Maki DTSTAMP:20101011T135900Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:0dae8bec10dde9ab8313e6cb691b08d8@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For more information please follow the link below and subscr ibe to our mailing list.\nhttp://www.embl.de/t...1-01/index.html DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20111103T170000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20111105T165959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBL Conference: Cancer Genomics DTSTAMP:20120820T105600Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:45f6b65519c39c781ad542425db72ce3@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For further information\, please visit: http://www.embl.de/t ...3-01/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20131103 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20131106 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBL Conference: Cancer Genomics DTSTAMP:20140714T113507Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:095aff4cd7cc3605d112dae1a4555f3e@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:This conference will provide an opportunity to learn about a nd keep up to date with the rapidly progressing area of cancer genomics. I t will cover presentations from cancer genome projects\, the areas of canc er functional genomics\, systems biology\, cancer mouse models\, and the t ranslation and clinical impact of scientific results obtained. The meeting will bring together leading scientists from across these areas for a uniq ue opportunity to interact and stimulate further integration of these effo rts.\n\nEuropean Cancer Genomics research is particularly strong in the He idelberg area\, with three International Cancer Genome Consortium (www.icg c.org) projects being currently pursued with significant participation fro m Heidelberg institutions\, including EMBL. As in our 2013 meeting\, a lar ge number of renowned speakers will be invited\, with a strong representat ion of overseas speakers. The atmosphere at the conference will make this an exceptional event with cutting edge science\, extensive scientific disc ussions\, and ample possibilities for meetings between and after sessions to facilitate in-depth discussions and new collaborations.\n \;\nhttp: //www.embl.de/t...5-01/index.html\n \;TopicsCancer GeneticsFunctional Genomics &\; Epigenomics of CancerSystems Biology &\; Integrated Ana lyses of CancerCancer Model Systems &\; Systems PharmacologyTranslation &\; Clinical Impact of Cancer Genomics DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20151101 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20151105 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:17TH EMBL|EMBO Science And Society Conference DTSTAMP:20160718T084736Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:a6891d93960244de794d852fa6a63477@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:17TH EMBL|EMBO Science And Society Conference: The Past in t he Present - The Making of Memories\n \;\nThe main aim of these joint EMBL/EMBO Science and Society meetings is to present important areas of li fe science research in a manner accessible to all\, and to promote reflect ion on their implications. At the same time\, they should facilitate a bro ad dialogue between biologists\, behavioral and social scientists\, studen ts of all disciplines\, and members of the public.\nhttp://www.embl.de/tra ining/events/2016/SNS16-01/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20161103 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20161105 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Emerging Biotechnologies: Hype\, Hope &\; Hard Reality DTSTAMP:20150316T092302Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:b26470881854d2566aa8d73c19db18bd@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:16th EMBO | EMBL Science and Society Conference: Emerging Bi otechnologies: Hype\, Hope and Hard Reality\n5 –\; 6 November 2015\n& #160\;\n \;\nhttp://events.embo.o...ence/index.html\n \;\n \;\ nThe conference will focus on the impacts of the life sciences on society through the development of biotechnology-based products for health and for sustaining the environment. \;\nThe 21st century is sometimes referre d to as “\;the century of biology”\; because of the potential co ntributions of the life sciences to virtually all research and consumer se ctors. But assessing the outcomes a particular biotechnology may have on s ociety or in research is difficult\, due both to the complexities of these technologies\, and to the multiple uses they may have. Further\, biotechn ology developments may be controversial because of ethical\, economic and potential safety issues that might arise both in the research leading to t hese technologies\, and in the wide use of the technologies themselves. 60\;\nThe multidisciplinary group of speakers will present some of the mos t promising developments of biotechnology and discuss their ethical\, econ omic and societal implications. DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20151105 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20151107 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:TRAC 41: miRNA: Tools and Technologies DTSTAMP:20100825T191141Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:83a9dac802b7175e0f95e4ca87da06c9@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="FMK":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:TRAC 41: miRNA: Tools and Technologies for the Quantitative and Functional Analysis in Mammalian Cells\n\nMicroRNAs (miRNAs) are evolu tionarily conserved\, endogenous\, noncoding small RNAs that act as post-t ranscriptional gene regulators. miRNAs as gene regulators play a vital ro le in many biological processes. In addition to normal human development involving cell growth and proliferation\, tissue differentiation\, embryon ic development\, and apoptosis\, human diseases are also impacted by miRNA s. Mutation\, dysfunction\, and/or dysregulation of miRNAs may give rise to diseases such as coronary artery disease\, cancer\, diabetes\, AIDS\, h epatitis\, and obesity.\n \nIn this hands-on training workshop\, participa nts will learn the latest information about miRNA and the use of miRNA as a diagnostic tool. \n\nLecture Topics: Overview of miRNA\; Quantification and Functional Analysis of miRNA in Mammalian Cells\; Profiling on miRNA and miRNA in a Mouse Model for Adipocyte Differentiation\; Discovering and Expression of miRNA\; Regulation of the Immune System by miRNA\; miRNA Ex pression Patterns in Colon Cancer\; Bioinformatic Analysis and Discovery of miRNA\; Use of RNAs for Profiling in Mammalian Cells\n \nLaboratory Top ics: Isolation of mRNA and miRNA from 3T3-L1 Cells in Pre\, During\, and P ost Differentiation. Spectophotometric Quantification of the RNA\, Revers e Transcription-PCR and Quantification of mRNA and miRNA Targets Whose Exp ression Change During Adipogenesis. The ddCt Method to Analyze the Data an d Derive the Relative Changes in Expression of the mRNA and miRNA Targets will be Demonstrated. Changes in Expression of miRNAs in Cancer Cells by A rray Technology and Bioinformatics Approaches for Identifying miRNAs Will Also be Described. \n\nREGISTRATION TRAC 41 !\; DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20101107T160000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20101110T155959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Biodiversity in the Balance: Causes and Consequenc DTSTAMP:20120215T144946Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:7fb4bb261343484fa2fa4ef88acaf7fd@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For further information about this 13th EMBL EMBL Science an d Society Conference and to register please visit:\nhttp://www.embl.de/t.. .2-01/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20121109 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20121111 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EIROforum TT Conference - Technology Transfer and DTSTAMP:20090720T100901Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:21472844d063c3840d65fd617b253fd9@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Location &\; Date: EMBL Heidelberg\, Germany\n\nEvent web site &\; Registration: embl.de/conferences/RNA/2010\n\nRegistration dea dline: 21 October 2009\n\nAims:\nThe seven intergovernmental organisations (CERN\, EFDA\, EMBL\, ESA\, ESO\, ESRF\, ILL) involved in EIROforum have extensive expertise in the areas of basic research and the management of l arge\, international infrastructures\, facilities and research programmes. \n\nIn November 2009\, with the support of the European Commission (FP7-ER ARESORG-2007-RTD)\, EIROforum will organise a two-day conference to presen t and discuss their approaches to Technology Transfer and show how these a ctivities contribute to the development of the European Research Area. Int ellectual property\, technology and knowledge transfer are an integral par t of the R&\;D activities and missions of the EIROforum organisations.\ n\nThe programme of the conference is tailored to provide a platform for t he delegates to explore new approaches for managing a successful and more effective research marketing and technology transfer by exchange of good p ractices\, new ideas and sharing of experience. The meeting will be organi sed as an open discussion forum that will hopefully indicate new avenues f or successful translation of research into economically viable benefits th at will boost the economy for Europe and benefit its citizens.\n\nThe meet ing will be a unique opportunity to bring together representatives of Euro pean advanced science and technology infrastructures\, European politician s\, representatives of the European industry\, representatives of the nati onal governments of the European Union\, representatives of the European I nvestment Bank\, the European Patent Office\, representatives of the insti tutions of the European Community and other research communities.\n\nEIROf orum is convinced that this conference bringing together the major Europea n stakeholders will address issues that are essential for the progress of the European Research Area\, as indicated in the 2007 Green Paper and in t he recent Commission Communication on management of Intellectual in knowle dge transfer activities (April 2008).\n\n\nProgramme:\n\n18 November 2009\ n08:30 - 09.30 Registration\n09:30 - 10:00 Welcome and Opening\n10:00 - 10 :30 Introduction\n10:30 - 12:00 EIROFORUM MEMBERS\nLunch Break\n13.30 - 15 :00 Working Session 1\nCoffee Break\n15:15 - 16:45 Working Session 2\nCoff ee Break\n17:00 - 18:30 Working Session 3\n18:30 - 19:00 Cocktail Receptio n\n19:30 - 22:00 Gala Dinner\n\n19 November 2009\n09:00 - 10:00 Networking Breakfast\n10:00 - 12:00 Working Session 4\nLunch Break\n13.30 - 15:30 Fi nal Session\n15:30 - 15:45 Conclusion of the Conference\n\n\nInvited Speak ers:\n\nMartti af Heurlin\, Tekes\, Finland\nNigel Clarke\, European Paten t Office\, Austria\nMarc Cuzin\, Commissariat à l'\;Energie Atomique\, France\nDiego De Biasio\, CRP Henri Tudor \, Luxembourg\nJörn Erselius\, M ax-Planck-Innovation GmbH\, Germany\nPeter Fletcher\, STFC\, United Kingdo m\nWerner Frohling\, Volvo Technology Corporation\, Sweden\nMargot Fröhlin ger\, Directorate D - Knowledge based economy\, Belgium\nStefan Herr\, EMB L Ventures\, Germany\nMassimo Introzzi\, Italian Business Angels Network\, Italy\nThomas Meyer\, EVCA \, Belgium\nLaurent Miéville\, University of G eneva\, Switzerland\nAntonio Parada\, IMBC\, Portugal\nIan Robson\, Astron omy Technology Centre\, UK\, United Kingdom\nCecile Tharaud\, INSERM Trans fer\, France\nPatrick Van Eecke\, DLA Piper UK LLP\, Belgium DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20101117T160000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20101119T155959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:18th EMBL PhD Symposium DTSTAMP:20160718T084909Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:bbe3b631720f9190e47d7ee0efee88e0@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:18th EMBL PhD Symposium: Life by Numbers: Towards Quantitati ve Biology\n17th–\;19th \;November\nhttp://phdsymposium.embl.org/ \n \;\nCurrent research in biology demands an increasingly quantitativ e focus where system-wide approaches and theoretical modeling play a centr al role. Modern techniques allow the collection of vast amounts of data\, yet analysing the underlying mechanisms and rules from this data remains c hallenging. This is further complicated by the fact that many of these pro cesses are inherently stochastic and rarely accompanied by exact functiona l descriptions. Faced with these challenges\, we still need to find ways t o draw accurate conclusions and gain higher-level understanding.\nThe aim of this conference is to highlight recent advances and applications of qua ntitative research. In addition\, we hope this symposium will inspire youn g researchers to see the implications of their work beyond a single proces s or correlation. This may help us get closer to predicting complex biolog ical behavior by well-established principles comparable to those found in fundamental physics. At the core of this idea stands an interdisciplinary approach\, which is also an integral part of the research here at EMBL. Fi nally\, the symposium will consider quantification across multiple scales of biology\, ranging from the sub-cellular to the multi-cellular level.\nW e hope that an increased focus on quantitative and interdisciplinary appro aches on a systems-level will help us reveal underlying mechanistic princi ples in biology. DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20161117 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20161120 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Second International ‘EuroEpiStem: European Epige DTSTAMP:20110805T192056Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:c78a4b4faf9249f3f178fc5d4e73e766@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="appasani":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:November 21-22\, 2011: Second International ‘EuroEpiStem: E uropean Epigenomics &\;\nStem Cells-2011 Meeting’ Meeting on ‘Epigenomi c Programming &\; Stem Cells for Drug Discovery’ Amphitheatre\, Univers ity of Paris Diderot\, France\nContact: GeneExpression Systems\, Inc. Cal l: 781-891-8181. Fax: 781-891-8234\, Email:Genexpsys@expressgenes.com Web: www.expressgenes.com DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20111120T160000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20111122T155959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO Conference: Molecular Machines DTSTAMP:20160718T084156Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:d3a28906642bdb4d36d1a2059750d5d4@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBO Conference: \; Molecular Machines: Integrative Stru ctural and Molecular Biology\n20 - 23 Nov 2016\nhttp://www.embl.de/trainin g/events/2016/HYB16-01/index.html\nAs we aim to study ever more complex sy stems including large\, flexible and frequently transient macromolecular a ssemblies and their function in the cellular context\, the limitations to study biological structure and mechanisms become ever more apparent.\nA st rategic goal in modern biology is to overcome some of these limitations an d to bridge the divide between structural molecular biology and structural cell biology. While each technique on its own and computational methods a re becoming ever more powerful\, it is expected that major gains will be m ade by new technologies and by applying integrative or ‘\;hybrid̵ 7\; approaches to the study of challenging biological systems. Aims\nThe g oal of this conference is to illustrate the state-of-the art of different approaches\, to identify promising new advances in experimental methods fo r collecting and analysing the data and to discuss application of integrat ive and cutting edge methodology across scales. DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20161120 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20161124 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Molecular Insights for Innovative Therapies DTSTAMP:20110801T093651Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:562a8e3f0ff6dd4f0e6e9f9c3bb87599@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Molecular Medicine is a field undergoing rapid expansion and plays an increasingly important role in the Life Sciences at large. \nThe EMBO Molecular Medicine conference "\;Molecular Insights for Innovati ve Therapies"\; will bring together leading scientists and physicians from a selection of the most promising fields of molecular medicine. \n\nW ith two eminent keynote lecturers and five plenary sessions featuring 22 i nternationally renowned speakers\, as well as poster sessions and a number of short talks by promising young researchers\, the conference will cover a broad selection of topics. These include infectious and cardiovascular diseases\, inflammation\, stem cells\, miRNAs as well as genetic and epige netic causes in human diseases. \n\nThe conference offers the unique oppor tunity to interact with the speakers\, members of the EMBO Molecular Medic ine editorial board and conference delegates in EMBL’s state of the art Ad vanced Training Center high above the beautiful city of Heidelberg\, Germa ny. \n\nFor more information and to register please visit: http://events.e mbo.org/emm2011/ DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20111130T160000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20111203T155959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:MODENCODE DATA ACCESS WEBINAR DTSTAMP:20111006T184000Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:6f50e0f35cf5b3a5b9c37609f39aa764@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="modencoder":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:modENCODE Data Coordination Center is announcing a new serie s of 5 webinars\nwhich we are planning to have in 2011/2012 using WebEx te leconference technology.\nThe first webinar in the series is on Thursday N ov 3\, 12:00 EST (Eastern US time)\n"\;Understanding worm and fly tran scription factor binding data"\; (updated).\nThis online webinar will introduce participants to the data obtained in studies of\ntranscription f actor binding sites in D.melanogaster and C.elegans\n \nand describe how t o visualize and download these data from the modENCODE\nweb site/FTP. Spac e is limited so advance registration is necessary.\nPlease email help@mod encode.org to reserve your spot. More details and\nthe schedule are at\nht tp://wiki.modencod...bility_webinars DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20111103 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:From Functional Genomics to Systems Biology DTSTAMP:20120229T151528Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:054a258efed4049d495c080f294859d7@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION: Why You Should AttendSummary\n \nThe EMBO ‘\;From Func tional Genomics to Systems Biology’\; conference has served as an imp ortant venue in helping to shape the field and generate a community of sci entists that come from very diverse disciplines. The common goal is to und erstand the systems level properties of complex systems at all scales from molecular processes to cells\, tissues and organisms. The meeting was ini tiated in 2002 and has been held every two-years at EMBL Heidelberg\, with the 2012 meeting being the sixth biennial conference. Due to the excellen t line up of speakers\, the interactive atmosphere and lively discussions after the talks\, the feedback from both the participants and speakers at past meetings has always been excellent\, with many 2010 speakers calling the meeting ‘\;the highlight of the year’\;. For 2012\, there is a full program of confirmed speakers available online. Given their calibe r\, at the cutting edge of genomics\, the 2012 meeting will be a major eve nt and a must attend for people interested in Genomics and Systems biology .Aims of event\n \nThe main objective of this conference is to bring peopl e together from these diverse disciplines to exchange ideas\, promote cros s-disciplinary collaborations and to form a synthesis of appropriate syste ms-level approaches.Topics\n \nThe meeting is purposely very broad and cov ers all aspects of functional genomic approaches to systems biology\, goin g from the genome to phenotype. These include general principles of transc ription\, transcriptional networks\, protein interactions\, functional int eraction networks (synthetic lethal screens\, genetics\, RNAi)\, synthetic biology\, multi-dimensional data integration and qualitative and quantita tive modeling. \nhttp://www.embl.de/t...2-01/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20121117 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:The 2nd Conference on Rehabilitation Medicine and DTSTAMP:20141029T022037Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:3282f9161af04a18fc83b812d3391a86@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="conf87":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:The 2nd \;Conference on Rehabilitation Medicine and Heal th Care (CRHC 2014) \;\nNovember 28-30\, 2014\nBeijing\, China\n \ ;\nThis Conference will cover issues on Rehabilitation Medicine and Health Care. It dedicates to creating a stage for exchanging the latest research results and sharing the advanced research methods. \;\nThe conference is soliciting state-of-the-art research papers in the following areas of interest:\n \;  \;  \; RehabilitationPreventive Rehabilitation Neurological RehabilitationSpinal Cord Injury RehabilitationRehabilitation for ChildrenExercise RehabilitationMusculoskeletal RehabilitationDiabetes RehabilitationTumor RehabilitationGeriatric RehabilitationLow Vision Reha bilitationAural RehabilitationVocational RehabilitationPsycho-social Rehab ilitationRehabilitation for Chronic DiseasesChinese Medicine Rehabilitatio nRehabilitation TherapyRehabilitation EngineeringPhysical Medicine &\; RehabilitationRehabilitation EducationHealth CareNursing TechniqueHealth C are ManagementNursing EducationClinical Specialist CareElderly CareNurse T rainingNurse CareEmergency and Critical CareCommunity CareDisaster Nursing Cancer Nursing\nRegistration\nhttp://www.engii.org...on/default.aspx\n 0\;\nContact Us\nEmail: \;crhc@engii.org\nTel : +86 - 151 7233 0844\n& #160\;\n(ewwh_141029_LJ) DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20141128 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBO Practical Course Genomic Approaches to Evolut DTSTAMP:20091104T135014Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:e054ae26c836df623a96ca45a17ac982@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBO Practical Course\nGenomic Approaches to Evolution and D evelopment\nEMBL Heidelberg\n\nSunday 7 February - Thursday 11 February 20 10\nVisit the event Website for more information\n\nThe European Molecular Biology Laboratory\, one of the world'\;s top research institutions\, is dedicated to basic research in the molecular life sciences. EMBL is fun ded by public research monies from 20 member states - Austria\, Belgium\, Croatia\, Denmark\, Finland\, France\, Germany\, Greece\, Iceland\, Irelan d\, Israel\, Italy\, Luxembourg\, the Netherlands\, Norway\, Portugal\, Sp ain\, Sweden\, Switzerland and the United Kingdom and an associate member state\, Australia.\n\nAdvanced Training is one of the core missions of the EMBL since its creation in 1974. Aiming at the promotion of excellence in modern life sciences and providing valuable services to its Member States and the international scientific community\, EMBL has build a tradition a nd extensive expertise in organising and hosting advanced conferences\, co urses and workshops.\n\nRegistration will open soon.\n\nMeanwhile\, if you are interested in this course and would like to receive updates\, please send an email to the mailing list and mention the name of the course. You will then be informed once the registration is open or new information is available:courses@embl.de DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20100206T160000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20100211T155959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Omics and Personalised Health DTSTAMP:20110801T094118Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:0819dafb2a58af3512796c396834654a@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:This EMBL conference will explore new and more powerful appr oaches in the use of model systems genetics\, in biomarker research\, in t he inference of predictive models and their translation to health manageme nt. In addition\, a major objective of this conference is to establish cro ss-disciplinary communication that does not currently exist. The conferenc e brings together scientists who study complex\, health-relevant phenotype s with systems approaches.\n\nFor more information and to register please visit: http://www.embl.de/t...2-01/index.html DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20120215T160000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20120218T155959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Development of Transgenic Animal Models Using Zinc DTSTAMP:20120820T083933Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:ddbd324d84fa5a6128bb016135a1a1df@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBL Advanced Course\nFor further information please visit: http://www.embl.de/t...3-01/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20130225 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20130228 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Cancer Immunotherapy DTSTAMP:20160609T123715Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:f8469dcfab823bd25b6f0ba9eb40f57c@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:The 2017 EMBL-Cancer Core Europe Conference on Cancer Immuno therapy will cover highly relevant sub-disciplines of cancer immunology wi th a special focus on personalised immunotherapy.\nThe European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) and Cancer Core Europe - a consortium of Europe' s 6 leading Comprehensive Cancer Centers (Gustave Roussy Cancer Campus Gra nd Paris\, France\; Cambridge Cancer Centre\, United Kingdom\; Karolinska Institutet\, Sweden\; Netherlands Cancer Institute (NKI)\, Vall d’\;H ebron Institute of Oncology\, Spain and the German Cancer Research Centre (DKFZ) with it's National Center for Tumour Diseases (NCT) Heidelberg) - a re proud to join forces to host the  \;first EMBL-Cancer Core Europe C onference on Cancer Immunotherapy.\n \;\nFor more information please v isit: \;http://www.embl.de/t...7-01/index.html DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20170202 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20170205 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:modENCODE Data Access webinar Feb 2nd 2012 DTSTAMP:20120117T201925Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:a8d3918cc27f2de7daf0890dd78b2141@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="modencoder":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:modENCODE project aims to provide the biological research co mmunity with a comprehensive encyclopedia of genomic functional elements i n the model organisms C. elegans and D.melanogaster. Data Coordination Cen ter for modENCODE is conducting a series of webinars with the next one\, & quot\;Using modENCODE tools: GBrowse and modMINE"\;\, scheduled on Thu rsday Feb 2\, 12:00 EST (Eastern US time). This webinar will discuss the w eb tools for data retrieval and analysis - data mining interface (modMINE) and genome browser (GBrowse)\, both accessible via www.modencode.org. Spa ce is limited so advance registration is necessary. Please email help@mode ncode.org <\;mailto:help@modencode.org>\; to reserve your spot. More d etails and the schedule are at http://wiki.modencod...bility_webinars DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20120202T050000Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Biennial International ‘Non-coding RNAs &\; Epigenet DTSTAMP:20110805T192457Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:321229f9017f21d7b129990df803daaf@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="appasani":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:December 05-06\, 2011: Biennial International ‘Non-coding RN As &\; Epigenetics-2011’ Meeting On Epigenetic Regulation\, Small RNAs in Development &\; Disease to Therapeutics’\nVenue: Embassy Suites at t he San Francisco Airport150 Anza Blvd\, Burlingame\, CA\, 94010\, USA\nCon tact: GeneExpression Systems\, Inc. Call: 781-891-8181. Fax: 781-891-8234 \, Email:Genexpsys@expressgenes.com Web: www.expressgenes.com DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20111204T160000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20111206T155959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Target Validation Using Genomics and Informatics DTSTAMP:20160718T084240Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:5bc6fe60de8bbd44af77fc6f3bcc383c@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:EMBL–\;Wellcome Genome Campus Conference: Target Valida tion Using Genomics and Informatics\n4 - 6 Dec 2016\nhttp://www.embl.de/tr aining/events/2016/TAR16-01/index.html\nIn association with Wellcome Genom e Campus\, we are pleased to announce the second conference on Target Vali dation using Genomics and Informatics.\n\nIn the past few years\, exceptio nal progress has been made in the application of genetics- and genomics-ba sed technologies in biomedical research. There are currently thousands of DNA variants that are robustly associated with clinically relevant human t raits. Although these should provide a rich source of molecular starting p oints for drug discovery\, and a deeper understanding of their role in hum an physiology\, the translation of these data from large-scale projects ha s been slow to influence the selection and validation of new targets in dr ug discovery and development programmes.\n\nThis meeting will bring togeth er researchers based in academia and industry to focus on the opportunitie s and challenges for genomics in drug discovery. Epidemiology\, molecular biology and computational approaches will be covered with a focus on contr ibutions these methods can offer to the development of new therapies to tr eat patients. The potential of human cellular assays that can be perturbed genetically (by RNAi or CRISPR) or chemically will also be emphasised. DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20161204 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20161207 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Targeted Genome Editing Using Zinc Finger Nuclease DTSTAMP:20101206T112202Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:aace546d5adb7bfe0164000dea5a0a1b@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:For further information on this course and to register pleas e follow the link below to the events website:\nTargeted Genome Editing Us ing Zinc Finger Nuclease DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20111205T160000Z DTEND;TZID=Europe/London:20111208T155959Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:modENCODE Data Access Webinar Dec 1st 2011 DTSTAMP:20111107T222720Z SEQUENCE:0 UID:315679ee606199f80627f5551c57d878@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="modencoder":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:modENCODE project aims to provide the biological research co mmunity with a comprehensive encyclopedia of genomic functional elements i n the model organisms C. elegans and D.melanogaster. Data Coordination Cen ter for modENCODE is conducting a series of webinars with the next one\, & quot\;Understanding worm and fly chromatin modification data"\;\, sche duled on Thursday Dec 1\, 12:00 EST (Eastern US time). This online webinar will introduce participants to the data obtained in experimental studies of various histone modification marks and chromatin binding proteins\, als o showing how to visualize and download these data from the modENCODE web site/FTP. Space is limited so advance registration is necessary. Please em ail help@modencode.org <\;mailto:help@modencode.org>\; to reserve your spot. More details and the schedule are at http://wiki.modencod...bility_ webinars DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20111202T050000Z END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:EMBL Symposium: The Use of Zinc Finger Nucleases DTSTAMP:20110725T113042Z SEQUENCE:1 UID:007f5f556c0c93499791664ed2405bdd@50.97.254.182 ORGANIZER;CN="EMBL":bbs@protocol-online.org DESCRIPTION:Zinc Finger Nucleases (ZFNs) have already been used to gener ate targeted genomic deletions of large segments of DNA in different cell types and organisms like mouse and human cells\, plants\, fruit flies\, ze brafish\, and rat. Recently\, ZFNs have been used to disrupt or tag genes in human pluripotent stem cells\, a system of tremendous interest for geno me engineering that was lacking a reliable gene manipulation tool.\n\nFeat uring keynote presentations\, this symposium will allow participants to di scover the latest applications of transgenics and cell based models for th e study of gene regulation and disease. Comprehensive lectures provide in- depth discussion on the fundamentals of ZFNs as well as innovative applica tions for targeted gene knockout\, integration\, and tagging. Geared towar ds scientists interested in learning about the technology\, the symposium provides researchers at all levels with a unique opportunity for networkin g with peers. Discussions will facilitate the exchange of ideas to shape t he future directions of research in this key area.\n\nFor more information and to register please visit: http://intranet.embl...1-02/index.html DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20111204T160000Z END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR