By Joana Bernardo on Tue 22 January 2019
We will be joining Dublin City University, School of Biotechnology, next Friday to take part in their Annual Research Day Conference.
Dublin City University is holding the Biological Research Society’s 11th annual Research Day on January 25th, 2019.
Lab Unlimited will be present at the event, displaying some of the best and newest additions to our Life Sciences, Biotechnology and complementing product portfolio. We will be showcasing selected products from Canvax - leading molecular cell biology company; Solaris - leading company in bioreactors and fermenters; and Julabo - the number one company in precise temperature control.
This event celebrates the research and innovation in DCU’s Biotechnology department along with prestigious keynote speakers.
Some of the Highlights
- Improving Muscle Function by Modulating the Immune System: An Application for Functional Foods.
- Hydrophobic Membranes for the Removal of Ammonia from Wastewater.
- Understanding CHO Cell Culture Through Proteomics and Phosphoproteomics.
This year’s event is promising to be the school’s biggest event yet. Hundreds of attendees are expected to join, from academic staff and postdoctoral researchers to postgraduate students from not only the School of Biotechnology, but from collaborating institutes as well.
Registration starts at 8.30am with the Opening Session starting at 9am. The closing remarks will take place at 5pm. Throughout the day there will be multiple sessions and talks from associated research institutes located in DCU such as the NICB, NCSR, BDI, ICNT and BioUETIKON.
We look forward to seeing all the attendees on the 25th. Download the full program here.
More on the Biological Research Society The Biological Research Society has existed now for over a decade and has continued to grow and develop as the networking hub for senior scientists, postdoctoral researchers, postgraduate researchers and principle investigators in DCU. The members represent not just the School of Biotechnology but also other associated research institutes located in DCU.