08 September 2017 | News
Nobel Laureate Martin Chalfie will deliver the opening address.
Advanced cell biological solutions and developments will be debated and discussed by over 1,000 scientists coming from across the world at the International Congress of Cell Biology 2018 to be held in India for the first time from January 27 to 31 next year.
The CSIR–Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB) will host the conference with the theme “The Dynamic Cell: From Molecules and Networks to Form and Function.” Nobel Laureate Martin Chalfie will deliver the opening address.
This major international meeting features the combined participation of three leading life science organisations, International Federation for Cell Biology (IFCB), Asian Pacific Organization for Cell Biology (APOCB) and Indian Society of Cell Biology (ISCB).
A special synergy session between Industry heads and scientists engaging in translation will be held where Information Technology Minister K. T. Rama Rao will be the chief guest.
A special session on “Supporting the Biological Sciences: International policy and opportunities” will highlight how enabling basic science is critical today more than ever, for translation as well as advancing the frontiers of knowledge.