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The vaccine development process is decades old. It involves developing a non-pathogenic variant of the virus, propagating that new variant in cultured cells and harvesting them to produce the vaccine. An emerging alternative promises to change that traditional cycle: Synthetic biology.

When: January 25, 2017
Where: London
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FREE LECTURE: Polio eradication - the endgame. Phil Minor, NIBSC, London. (6pm. 25 January 2017. The Royal Society. LONDON)

When: January 25, 2017
Where: LONDON
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The Society for Applied Microbiology would like to invite all scientists with an interest in the human microbiome to attend and participate in The Microbiome and Human Health meeting on 12 April 2017 at The Bloomsbury Hotel, London.

When: April 12, 2017
Where: LONDON
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The Society for Applied Microbiology and the ECS committee are proud to invite undergraduate, postgraduate and early career scientists to attend and participate in the 6th ECS Research Symposium on 19 April 2017 at University of Westminster, London.

When: April 19, 2017
Where: London
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The Society for Applied Microbiology would like to invite all scientists with an interest in food microbiology to attend and participate in the Annual Applied Microbiology Conference 2017 on New Insights into Food Safety at the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead.

When: July 3–6, 2017
Where: Gateshead