Living organisms are very complex and understanding their organization and function as a whole is a challenge. After decades of accumulation of detailed knowledge about individual genes, proteins, and pathways, we can now tackle a more integrated understanding of the complexity of life.
The European Health Forum Gastein is the most important health policy event in the European Union and is a meeting place for experts from different sections of the health system and is fundamentally different from events which are specialised in highly restricted areas.
23-25 September 2012: 15th EUROPEAN CONGRESS on BIOTECHNOLOGY of the European Federation of Biotechnology - ECB15
The central theme of the 15th European Congress on Biotechnology is Biocrossroads; analyzing the impact of the life sciences industry in addressing humanity’s great challenges, looking at society to see the remaining and emerging needs, and presenting the science that will address these new challenges.
17-22 June 2012: Personalised Medicine: Better Healthcare for the Future - A Rational Approach Focusing on Bioinformatics, Medicinal Chemistry and Medicine
Personalised medicine, enabled by personalised ICT services, and providing genetic and genomic information of every individual, is designed to give each patient an individual therapeutically active drug while minimising the adverse effects.
The Intel European Exascale Labs are looking forward to working on future HPC technologies for and with the Life Science communities.
The Genome-based Research and Population Health International Network (GRaPH-Int), the European Science Foundation “Forward Look on Personalised Medicine for the European citizen” (ESF) and the Public Heath Genomics European Network (PHGEN) will hold three upcoming back-to-back conferences in association with the European Flagship Pilot for Future Emerging Technologies “IT Future of Medicine” (ITFoM) on 17-20 April 2012 at the Radisson Blue Hotel in Rome.