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November 2020

COVID Innovation Symposium | Solving the Complex Challenges of Today (Waters)

November 18, 2020 @ 14:00 - 18:30

Advancing Science Together for a Better Tomorrow Join Waters as the global scientific community connects to advance science together for a better tomorrow. In these unprecedented times, scientific collaboration has never been more important. By bringing together researchers with diverse scientific backgrounds and perspectives, we can address perplexing questions and solve complex problems such as those associated with the current COVID-19 pandemic, at an accelerated pace.  Just last month, Waters opened the first in a series of Research and Innovation Labs…

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Ist BELSACT Scientific Meeting (Virtual):

November 24, 2020 @ 09:00 - 18:00

Innovative tools for cell culture and process understanding, control and improvement The Ist BELSACT Scientific Meeting will bring together participants from top academic and industrial groups from Belgium and its neighboring countries. This meeting will discuss major innovative tools from the last decades that support cell culture and processes understanding, control and improvement. Leading scientists in these fields will provide cutting edge overview of these advances for improving animal cell cultures.

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January 2021

EuBIC Winter School 2021

January 11 - January 15

!CORONA CANCELLATION PENDING! The EuBIC Winter School on computational mass spectrometry (MS) takes place every two years. Its aim is to bring together the users and developers of computational mass spectrometry tools, as well as academia and industry. The winter school starts with an educational day dedicated to workshops and trainings in established computation MS tools and workflows. The following days, internationally renowned invited speakers give lectures and practical workshops covering the aspects of identification, quantification, result interpretation, and integration…

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February 2021

BePAc2020: Spatial Proteomics *CANCELED*

February 8 @ 08:00 - 17:00
University of Liège, Place du 20 Août
Liège, 4000 Belgium
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Protein function through space and time CHANGED DATE: This event was postponed to December 2021. Every two years, the Belgian Proteomics Association organizes a two-day symposium for everyone who is interested in proteins. The event is set up to facilitate collaborations and to introduce (young) people to the field of proteomics. Unfortunately, 2020 will not have its own edition. However, we are determined to have the meeting in December 2021 instead! This year the symposium revolves around Spatial Proteomics. A…

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May 2021

The Human Protein Atlas – Spatial proteomics in health and disease

May 6 @ 19:00 - 21:00

By Dr. Cecilia Lindskog (Uppsala University, Sweden) The spatial distribution of proteins determines the morphology and function of tissues, cells, and organelles. Knowledge of this spatial distribution is therefore essential to understand the healthy and diseased human body. The Human Protein Atlas (HPA) project is a large-scale initiative aiming at mapping the entire human proteome using antibody-based proteomics and integration of various other omics technologies. The publicly available knowledge resource www.proteinatlas.org has grown into one of the world’s most visited biological databases. The…

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Young Proteomics Investigators Club Webinar

May 28 @ 14:00 - 15:00

On a blind date with industry in Corona Tavern: just a fling or the start of a beautiful relationship? (Dr. Maarten Dhaenens) In light of its simple molecular composition, Sars-Cov-2 became a surprisingly big challenge for society and science. Fortunately, it leaves traces in the people it infects. RNA is currently the main target in diagnosis because it can be amplified. But from the start, the essential reagents fell short in supply and testing was curtailed. So early March 2020, a…

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June 2021

Virtual Event for Early Career Researchers (ECRs) in Proteomics

June 21 @ 08:00 - 17:00

EuPA is pleased to announce that they are currently organizing a Virtual Event for Early Career Researchers (ECRs) in Proteomics on June 21, 2021, intended to promote the activities of the Young Proteomics Investigators and the European Bioinformatics Clubs (YPIC and EuBIC) and to give our young people an opportunity to network with their fellows. Guests of honor will be the four EuPA 2020 award winners who have been recognized for their vision and commitment to YPIC, namely Maarten Dhaenens…

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July 2021

Proteomics in the Study of SARS-CoV2

July 11 @ 17:00 - 18:30

This year, EuPA will be chairing a session at the 31st European Congress of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases (ECCMID), which will take place online from 9 – 12 July 2021. This is the first time ECCMID will take place in summer in a completely online format. ECCMID, the world’s premier Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases event, brings together experts from relevant fields to present the latest findings and developments and share their expertise. The programme committee has developed a…

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September 2021

OCTOPUS: The new primary research record!

September 17 @ 10:00 - 11:30

Dr Alexandra Freeman spent 17 years making science and natural history documentaries at the BBC before taking on a role as Executive Director of the Winton Centre for Risk & Evidence Communication at the University of Cambridge. After seeing the scientific publishing system ‘from the inside’ she came up with the idea for Octopus, a system designed to change the incentive structure for the dissemination of research. Octopus received funding and support from the UK’s governmental science funder earlier this…

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BePA Proteomics Summer School

September 20 @ 08:00 - September 23 @ 17:00

THIS IS A PHYSICAL EVENT AT TECHNOLOGIEPARK ZWIJNAARDE (BELGIUM) Many researchers use proteomics as a research tool. BePA is organizing workshops for these users and for students early in their PhD in proteomics. In this Doctoral School (DS LSM) on Proteomics a broad selection of proteomics experts from Ghent will go through the entire workflow from sample preparation, over data acquisition to data analysis. At the end of the course, attendees will better understand the do's and don’ts in proteomics…

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