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19/7/2013

The 12th CRG Symposium on October 30-31 focuses on Biological Control Networks

The 12th CRG Symposium on October 30-31 focuses on Biological Control Networks


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The network has become an icon for systems biology and a central flexible framework for understanding a wide range of biological questions, from gene regulation and cell biology to neuroscience and evolution.

The 12th CRG Symposium brings together world-leading biologists and theoreticians from around the world to present new views and discuss the latest developments. Through the diversity of fields presented, the underlying universal aspects of networks, as well as the field-specific features will be explored, through talks, open discussions and a poster session. 

James Sharpe, acting coordinator of the Systems Biology programme at CRG, is the coordinator of this years symposium. Deadline for presenting posters and registering:
30 September 2013 at 15:00h.

 

 

More information:

Symposium website - http://2013symposium.crg.es/

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