SilicoLife will be present in the event “Visions, opportunities and challenges for the Bioeconomy in Southern Europe“, organized by the European Forest Institute, next September 28th, in San Sebastian, Spain.
Simão Soares will be presenting SilicoLife as a speaker in the session about innovative developments in Southern Europe and will be also discussing the regional approaches for a forest based bioeconomy as board member of P-BIO in a discussion panel.
Voting has begun for The Digest Hot 40 2016. SilicoLife is again in the voting list for the 40 Hottest Emerging Companies in the Advanced Bioeconomy.
We would like to invite you to express your support with your vote for SilicoLife.
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SilicoLife is seeking a highly motivated person with a committed personality who wants to develop his or her PhD in an industrial environment and with a strong interest in design of biological systems using modelling/computational approaches.
These 2 PhD positions are part of the EU Marie Curie Action PaCMEN – Predictive & Accelerated Metabolic Engineering Network. PAcMEN is an European PhD programme, which offers excellent training in biotech research and innovation for 16 talented young scientists.
SilicoLife is present this week at Metabolic Engineering Conference, at The Westin Awaji Island, in Kobe, Japan.
Metabolic Engineering Conference is the leading conference for sharing the state-of-the-art developments and achievements made in the field of metabolic engineering. The theme of this year’s conference is Design, Synthesis and System Integration for Metabolic Engineering. The 2o16 edition is held at the Awaji Island, Japan, during June 26-30.
If you would like to have a meeting with our delegates please contact us.
SilicoLife is part of the DD-DeCaF consortium, a four-year collaborative project on data-driven design of cells and microbial communities for applications ranging from human health to sustainable production of chemicals. This project, coordinated by the Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Biosustainability, was awarded by the European Commission with 6.3 million Euros and brings together leading academic partners from five European universities with five innovative European companies to address the challenge of building a comprehensive design tool.