Winter Meeting - Events Calendar
Date: 19 January 2016
Location: One Great George Street, London, SW1P 3AA
Early bird date: 22 December 2015
Closing date: 18 January 2016
Winter Meeting 2016
Psychrophilic and Extremophile Microbiology
19 January 2016
One Great George Street, London
Download the flyer here:
Winter 2016 flyer
We would like to invite you to join us for the SfAM Winter Meeting on Psychrophilic and Extremophile Microbiology.
This one-day conference will explore the reservoirs of undiscovered biodiversity represented by psychrophilic bacteria and how these organisms have evolved to live only in the presence of extremely cold and harsh conditions.
Understanding these chilly bugs is of great interest to microbiologists as they may hold a number of undiscovered biological secrets. How do they keep their stability? How do they synthesize enzymes capable of catalyzing specific biochemical reactions under sub-zero conditions? The applications of psychrophilic and extremophile organisms for the applied microbiologist are vast and many of these will be discussed at the event.
The meeting will be structured around a series of lectures and case studies by international and national guest speakers and researchers, followed by a number of opportunities to discuss and reflect on the ways in which the study of psychrophilic and extremophile microbiology is applied, experienced and understood.
Download the programme here: Winter 2016 programme
London SW1P 3AA
Download the booking form here: Winter 2016 booking form
Abstracts for poster presentation
Abstract submission has now closed.
Deadline for abstracts: 13 November 2015
Review decisions sent to authors by email: 1 December 2015
Deadline for authors to register for the conference: 11 December 2015
Please email your abstract submission to: firstname.lastname@example.org