The Astbury Conversation symposium brings together researchers and academics from across the world to discuss the latest developments in molecular biology.
This two day symposium will feature some of the worlds most prominent molecular biologists, with keynote speaker being Stanford Universitys Nobel Laureate Professor Brian Kobilka. Other confirmed speakers include:
- David Agard (University of California)
- Hagan Bayley (University of Oxford)
- John Briggs (University of Cambridge)
- Riki Eggert (Kings College, London)
- Babis Kalodimos (University of Minnesota)
- Jim Naismith (University of Oxford and Director of the Research Complex at Harwell)
- Matthias Rief (Technical University of Munich)
- Professor Dame Carol Robinson (University of Oxford).
The registration fee of £49 includes access to all talks, event materials and meals. If you need accommodation, the delegate rate of £139 includes an overnight stay at the Queens Hotel, located in the heart of the city and a short distance from the University.
Registration is now open and you can book your place on the Astbury Conversation pages.
We had overwhelmingly positive feedback from the last event and the following is just one example: Just a brief message to thank you and say how much I enjoyed the Astbury Conversation. It was one of the best meetings I've been to in recent years - a great set of speakers (some in areas I know well and others who widened my horizons), a very positive environment and a length of meeting that fits in well with busy teaching schedules." - Delegate from 2016 Astbury Conversation.