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Protein Engineering Connect
27-29 Apr 2021
VIRTUAL CONGRESS | PDT TIMEZONE | CEST TIMEZONE | SGT TIMEZONE
Protein engineering has achieved huge successes over the past few years, most notably Frances Arnold being awarded the 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for her work on directed evolution and DeepMind’s AlphaFold algorithm reaching astounding levels of accuracy to solve the protein structure prediction problem at CASP14 in 2020.It’s no wonder that as we enter the ‘fourth wave’ of protein engineering, a plethora of methods to enable rapid and tailored design of enzymes and other proteins are being developed. Well established service providers, innovative start-ups and new industries are recognizing the impact that biocatalysis and protein engineering has on sustainability, specificity, and stability.In response to industry need and leveraging off our content led Protein Engineering series of events in 2020, we’re launching the inaugural Protein Engineering Connect event. Delivering a platform to allow industry experts to come together, network and establish valuable business connections.
 
Protein Engineering Congress EU 2020
24 Nov 2020-1 Dec 2020
Virtual Congress
Most enzymes found in nature are not suitable for industrial purposes. The field of protein and enzyme engineering is growing at a rapid rate, with competition within industries high and the need to optimise performance greater than ever. The global enzymes market size was valued at $9.9 billion in 2019 and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.1% from 2020 to 2027.With pharmaceutical, flavour & fragrance, consumer goods, animal feed, and agrochemical sectors all approaching the design, build and generation of new biocatalysts and molecules not found in nature, come and learn from our line-up of leading speakers to get an update on the new technologies used in the field of strain and protein engineering.The 2nd Annual European Protein Engineering Congress, dedicated to uncovering the new and emerging practices, techniques and methods of protein and enzyme engineering across industries, will return 24th-25th November and 1st December 2020. What’s new for 2020?On 24th-25th November, we will once again deliver case studies from the industry along with content on directed evolution, novel API development, AI & machine learning, and computational approaches for enzyme discovery.What’s happening 1st December?This year’s Protein Engineering Congress will be delivered virtually. Therefore we will be making all content shown on 24th-25th November on-demand, allowing you time to dissolve and digest the content ready for the third day on 1st December, which will deliver in-depth discussions on industry challenges, dedicated time for networking and 1-2-1 meetings, exclusive roundtable discussion with industry leaders, and exciting partnership announcements from within the field.Attend and you'll be able to; increase your product pipeline, increase product efficiency and increase differentiation by meeting the experts in the biocatalysis and protein engineering space.This is not your average protein engineering congress...it's about industry, sharing knowledge and optimising your protein engineering method for the best outcomes.
 
Protein Engineering Congress USA 2020
27-29 Jul 2020
VIRTUAL CONGRESS | PDT Timezone
Most enzymes found in nature are not suitable for industrial purposes. The field of protein and enzyme engineering is growing at a rapid rate, with competition within industries high and the need to optimize performance greater than ever. The virtual Protein Engineering Congress is dedicated to uncovering the new and emerging practices, techniques and methods of protein and enzyme engineering across industries.With industry approaching the design, build, and generation of new biocatalysts and molecules not found in nature, come and learn from our line-up of leading speakers to get an update on the new technologies used in the field of strain and protein engineering.The breadth of topics discussed at this meeting will focus in on directed evolution, computational protein design, synthetic biology and white biotechnology, and applications of enzyme and protein engineering and industrial biocatalysis in the biopharmaceutical, flavor & fragrance, cosmetics, and food industries.Attend and you'll be able to:Network with key opinion leaders and acquire new customersForm collaborations with companies who are engineering proteins and enzymesMeet with new technology partners to enhance internal R&DUnderstand the new applications of engineered enzymes and learn how to scale-up to large industrial manufacture
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