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Europe's most successful vaccine event is now entering its 17th year. For 16 years the World Vaccine Congress in Europe has been the leading event to talk about scientific advances and find new business opportunities within the vaccine sector and this year is no exception. The 2016 agenda is built to reflect the new activities in the vaccine industry, from a focus on what is going on in the immunotherapy or influenza vaccine fields to parallel tracks on discovery and pre-clinical validation, clinical trials and manufacturing methods. The event is also co-located with the World Veterinary Vaccine Congress and the Immune Profiling World Congress, promising something for everyone who works within the vaccines field. [read more]
The Organising Committee of the World Congress on Cancer invites you to participate in the World Congress on Cancer will takes place on March 27-29, 2017 in London, UK and the theme of the conference is “Aspiration, inspiration and imagination – Cancer research, Treatment and Care”. [read more]
XXIV World Congress of Psychiatric Genetics (WCPG) will take place in Jerusalem, Israel on October 30 – November 4, 2016. The WCPG is the annual meeting of the International Society for Psychiatric Genetics (ISPG), the world leading organization in genetic research in psychiatry. The conference is held alternatingly in North America and Europe, with about 700-900 participants from countries all over the world. In 2016 it will be held in Jerusalem, Israel. The fundamental aim of psychiatric genetics is to identify genes that confer susceptibility to psychiatric disorders and to elucidate the pathway from the gene to the clinical phenotype. [read more]
As European countries grow their renewable energy capacity, grid operators need to find ways to balance supply and demand due to the variability of sun and wind. The recent trial of a smart distribution system on the Danish island of Bornholm, where more than 50 %of electricity comes from wind farms, has demonstrated an efficient and effective solution. [read more]
ESIHISE 2016 will be composed of research presentations, keynote lectures, invited presentations, workshops, doctoral consortium, demo session, research-in-progress and poster presentations. [read more]
The 20th annual Chatham House Climate Change conference will focus on the implications of the COP21 Paris agreement on capital investment, innovation and planning in the public and private sectors. [read more]
We are pleased to announce the final conference of the European Commission‐funded ADVANCE project. The conference will bring together stakeholders, climate policy experts and scientists to discuss “Deep decarbonization for staying well below 2°C”. The Paris Agreement reinforced the objective of keeping global temperature rise well below 2 degrees Celsius, and to pursue efforts to limit the temperature increase even further to 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels. Such low stabilization requires swift action and an almost full-scale decarbonization of energy systems worldwide. [read more]
The objective of this conference is to assess the current challenges Europe faces regarding sustainable development policy, bring together stakeholders from different sectors and address the prospects for further progress in this area. [read more]
Phenotypes are observable characteristics that represent the result of complicated biological mechanisms translating our genes into something we can actually see. Genes can determine our differences - whether we have brown or blue eyes, whether we are tall or short - and our similarities. Traits that define human beings, or any other species, are pretty stable within the population yet such traits have changed between species during evolution. For example, humans have long hairs on head, pubis and armpits whereas primates have them all over the body. [read more]
Source: European Research Council
Event is focused on the latest research findings on Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base (CCCTB), EU-own taxes, a sustainable tax collection, what defines equal, socially and environmentally sustainable taxation and more and organized by Horizon 2020 research project FairTax. The FairTax research project produces recommendations on how fair and sustainable taxation and social policy reforms can increase the economic stability of EU member states, promote economic equality and security, enhance coordination and harmonization of tax, social inclusion, environmental, legitimacy, and compliance measures, support deepening of the European Monetary Union, and expand the EU’s own-source revenue bases. [read more]