Madrid will hold, from 20 to 24 July, the 12th Congress of the European Biophysical Societies’ Association, together with the 10th Congress of Biological Physics from the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics
Under the slogan “Biophysics for life and technology”, this Congress will deal with some of the most cutting-edge issues nowadays such as DNA structure or genetic regulations.
From 20 to 24 of July, Madrid will hold the 12th congress of the European Biophysical Societies’ Association, EBSA 2019, together with the 10th Congress of Biological Physics from the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics.
Biophysics for life and technology
Under the slogan “Biophysics for life and technology”, the Congress will bring to the IFEMA Palacio Municipal in Madrid researchers from all over the world specialized in the application of the methods and techniques of physics to cutting-edge biological problems.
DNA structure, the study of proteins, the functioning of cells or genetic regulation are some of the issues to be the object of attention during the Congress.
The sessions will welcome more than a thousand participants, including speakers leaders of their respective fields, and the Nobel laureates Sir Gregory P. Winter and Stefan Hell.
In addition to the main congress, several satellite meetings will be held in the days before and after the main Congress in different European cities such as Lausanne, Ljubljana, Bilbao or Alcalá de Henares.