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Abcam Industry Engagement Forum

When Apr 15, 2016
from 09:00 AM to 05:30 PM
Where Hauser Forum, 3 Charles Babbage Road Cambridge CB3 0GT
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Join Abcam for a day of facilitated discussions - Topics will include methods of delivering proteins into cells, high throughput computational molecular modelling of antibodies and antigens, and the use of caged structures to control the release of biomolecules.

Researchers will gain an insight into the current research topics of interest to Abcam and how the company thinks through commercial issues. The forum provides an opportunity to identify areas of common interest that could lead to future research collaborations, studentships or secondments.

Registration in advance is essential. For more details contact Alice Wood,

Open to researchers at all stages of their careers (from PhDs to PostDocs to PIs).

Lunch and refreshments provided.

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