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NANBIOSIS participated in the CTLS 2016 Conference.

Jesús Izco, Coordinator of NANBIOSIS participated in Core Technologies for Life Science 2016 that took place last 12 – 15 Jun at EMBL in Heidelberg, Germany, taking a unique opportunity to listen and discuss with colleagues and peers about challenges and solutions on all aspects of core facilities and infrastructures. Special mention requires the meeting with Patrick England coordinator of ARBRE, to treat NANBIOSIS participation in the V work package of Cost Action MOBIEU.

CTLS 2016 brought together not only scientists, technicians and managers, but also decision makers and opinion leaders involved in Core Technology facilities and resource laboratories in all fields of Life Science.

At the conference the following topics were discussed:
• New technologies and methodologies developed by and with Life Science core facilities
• Project & data management and quality control in and by Life Science core facilities
• Core facility administrative, human resource and financial management
• Teaching and training by and for Life Science core facilities
• Building networks, communities and lobbies involving Life Science core facilities.

NANBIOSIS participated in the CTLS 2016 Conference.
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Recently, the COST Action CA15126 "Between Atom and Cell: Integrating Molecular Biophysics Approaches for Biology and Healthcare (MOBIEU)" has been approved. In this action, the Nanomol Group, coordinator of Unit6 of NANBIOSIS, represented by Imma Ratera has been directly involved being part of the Management Committee.

Molecular-scale biophysics is a dynamic and ever-expanding interdisciplinary field that aims to study biological macromolecules and assemblies as a whole, at an intermediate level between atomic-resolution structural descriptions and cellular-level observations (“Between Atom and Cell”), with significant applications in biomedicine and drug discovery. The MOBIEU Action aims to seed a large-scale pan-European interdisciplinary synergistic clustering, allowing to ally and synergize the power of spectroscopic, hydrodynamic, real-time microfluidic, thermodynamic and single-molecule approaches.

This novel open network will create an optimal environment for the development of innovative integrative biophysical approaches, at the level of data acquisition, analysis and modelling, as well as for the design of unprecedented and ambitious combinations of methodologies, to decipher more efficiently crucial biological phenomena and to overcome significant biomedical challenges.

Nanbiosis U6_Nanomol Group_ARBRE Zaragoza meeting - feb 2016
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