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BIOKÉ will attend the following events:


BSCDB 2015
The Belgian Society for Cell and Developmental Biology, the FWO- Network cell-Cell and Cell-Matrix interactions and the Belspo IUAP/PAI7- 07 network DevRepair jointly organize an Autumn Meeting on “DEVELOPMENTAL PROGRAMMING AND ORGAN REPAIR” that will take place in Leuven, Belgium, from November 23-24, 2015. Approximately 200 scientists, primarily from Belgian institutes, are expected to attend the meeting.  Eminent stem cell biologists and developmental biologists, as well as young scientists (oral presentations and two poster sessions) will discuss recent progress in
•    developmental signaling, transcriptional network analysis and recent other genomics (including in single cells), proteomics and gene editing technologies
•    studies with cultured stem/progenitor cells and model animals to better understand development, regeneration and/or congenital of chronic disease of selected organs.
More information on this meeting:        | Read More

NVHG - symposium 2015 
22-23 October 2015 - Arnhem The Dutch Society for Human Genetics (NVHG) is the scientific association for everyone in the Netherlands who is active in the research field of human genetics. The NVHG encompasses two professional associations: the Dutch Association of Clinical Geneticists (Vereniging Klinische Genetica Nederland, VKGN), which unites medical specialists in clinical genetics, and the Association of Clinical Genetic Diagnostic Laboratories (Vereniging Klinisch Genetische Laboratoriumdiagnostiek, VKGL), which unites recognised clinical genetics laboratory specialists. The NVHG organises scientific meetings and other activities. These activities include providing information (by means of brochures about heredity testing in general and also in the case of certain, fairly common disorders, such as Down syndrome and Fragile X syndrome).  | Read More

Biotechnica 2015
6 - 8 October 2015 - Hannover, D
A German trade fair that covers the complete value-adding chain in biotechnology - from basic research to finished product. This allows us to put the different areas of research in touch with one another and forge links between industry and the academic world. | Read More