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Workshop Continuous Bioprocessing
DECHEMA-Haus, Frankfurt am Main

Scale-up and scale-down of bioprocesses
Ramada Hotel Hamburg-Bergedorf
11.05.2015 - 13.05.2015

Bunsentagung 2015
Ruhr-Universität Bochum
14.05.2015 - 16.05.2015

nächste Kolloquien:

07.05.2015, 15:00 Uhr
Max-Planck-Institut für Dynamik komplexer technischer Systeme, Magdeburg


3rd European Conference on Prokaryotic Genomics

07. - 10.10.2007, University of Göttingen

ProkaGENOMICS 2007

07. - 10.10.2007

Central Lecture Hall - Georg-August-University Göttingen


Placard available as download (pdf)

Guidelines for Poster Preparation


Most of the genome research on prokaryotic organisms in Germany is currently performed within the framework of the three German GenoMik-Plus networks, which are funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and have their centers located in Göttingen, Bielefeld and Würzburg. The research within the networks is focused functional prokaryotic genome research with the goal to exploit genomic data for industrial production processes, agriculture and the control of infectious diseases.

The GenoMik networks launched a series of conferences dealing with the rapidly evolving field of prokaryotic genome analysis in 2003. On behalf of the Scientific and the Organizing Committees, it is a great pleasure for me to invite scientists from all over the world to the 3rd European Conference on Prokaryotic Genomics (ProkaGENOMICS 2007) to be held October 7-10, 2007 at the Georg-August-University Göttingen, Germany. This meeting will be an excellent occasion to review the current state of prokaryotic genome research. You are cordially invited to attend the conference, listen to prominent scientists in this exciting field and present your work in short lectures or in poster sessions.

We are looking forward to welcoming you to Göttingen and to share a stimulating and enjoyable meeting with you.

Wolfgang Liebl
Chair of the Organizing Committee

Supporting Organizations :

GenoMik-Plus Networks Göttingen, Bielefeld and Würzburg funded by the BMBF