ComBio2017 to be held in Adelaide next month

Thursday, 21 September, 2017

ComBio2017 — the combined meeting of the Australian Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Australian Society of Plant Scientists and Australia and New Zealand Society for Cell and Developmental Biology — will be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre from 2–5 October 2017.

The conference will deliver insights on cutting-edge research across a range of topics including molecular biology, cell and developmental biology, medical and plant sciences. Leading local and international experts will highlight how fundamental biology is changing the way we perceive nature and contribute to humanity.

This must-attend event will cover a variety of themes including plant biology; biotechnology and sustainable futures; developmental, stem cell and regenerative biology; proteins and proteomics; genomes, epigenetics and bioinformatics; cell biology; cell signalling and metabolism; education and career development.

Registrations can be made online until 30 September 2017. After 30 September, registrations will be accepted on-site (the cost to register on-site is a little higher, so if you know you will be attending, you are encouraged to register online). The final program (including symposium presentations and plenary lectures) as well as the final poster program can be downloaded by visiting this link. The deadline for poster abstract submissions has been extended to 27 September. The abstracts can be submitted online by visiting this link:

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