5-6 July 2021
Increasing evidence show that the behavior of individual cells within a population can influence the function and fate of the population. However, crucial phenomena at this level are often invisible in the conventional bulk measurements currently available. Recent technological advances have provided unprecedented opportunity to study complex communities at the single-cell level, providing novel insights into diverse processes.Explore Register GO Live
This symposium will bring together innovations in single cell analysis and microbiomics technologies, underpinned by microfluidic techniques. The symposium will be held online between 5th and 6th of July 2021. It will host an exciting program of invited talks, contributed presentations, poster sessions, round table discussions and supported networking opportunities.
We aim to foster interactions and active discussions among practitioners across disciplines, bridging academia and industry.
Symposium Chair: Prof Huabing Yin
The contributions to the conference are divided in 4 main thematic sessions. The event will be streamed live the 5th and 6th of July. Additional scientific and networking events will be organized outside of the live stream days.
Beyond state-of-the-art technologies for cell manipulation and cell analysis, including flow cytometry, Raman-based technologies, and microfluidics.
Applications of microbiomics in diagnosis including gut microbiome analysis.
Current developments in the detection of antibiotic resistance (ABR) and monitoring ABR gene transmission across environments.
Translation of technologies to industry and in LIMIC settings as well as potential impact on policy.
The symposium will be held on-line, within a professional platform. Attendees can register using the link below and eventually submit an abstract to present their science. Contributions are expected either for Oral (to be delivered live) or Poster presentation (either as a Pdf or a PowerPoint file, presented in live Q&A session). We have three Student Poster prizes sponsored by the Society of Chemical Industry.
We still accept poster presentations.