Confirmed talks

Alan Fersht, University of Cambridge, United-Kingdom
Structural biology of p53 complexes

David Lane, p53 Laboratory, A*STAR & Oxford University
Constrained peptides as therapeutics

Tom Blundell, University of Cambridge, UK
Targeting peptide-binding sites on proteins: new chemical tools and selective therapeutics

Jean-Marie Lehn, University of Louis Pasteur Strasbourg
Towards Adaptive Chemistry for wide range uses

Robert Langer, MIT, USA
Engineer new chemical and molecular materials for sustained drug delivery and healthcare

Ed Boyden, The Media Lab, MIT
Tools for mapping and engineering the brain (optogenetics)

Tom Knight, Ginkgo Bioworks, Boston
Synthetic Biology

Ingemar Ernberg, Karolinska Institute, Sweden
A new cancer paradigm: the cancer cell attractor model

Steve Yang, Metiska, Indonesia
Intratumoral heterogeneity in breast tumors as revealed by immunohistochemistry

Uwe Sleytr, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Austria
S-layer protein 2D crystal to stabilize protein function on surfaces

Horst Vogel, EPFL, Switzerland
Native and artificial extracellular vesicles: From single cells to single molecules

Nathan Nelson, Tel Aviv University, Israel
Crystal structure of plant, cyanobacteria and virus-like photosystems: towards sustainable photosynthetic energy production

Ada Yonath, Weizmann Institute
The ribosome structure & its mechanistic insights

Reiko Kuroda, Tokyo University of Sciences
Mechanogenetics: how force induced chirality in sneals?

Martin Egli, Vanderbilt University
The KaiABC circadian clock: Structure and mechanism

Shuguang Zhang, MIT
QTY Code: A simple tool for membrane protein engineering

Andrew Marshall, Nature Biotechnology
Recent trends in molecular and biotechnology

Iftach Yacoby, Tel Aviv University
Hydrogen production from nature water splitting

Zhao Bowen, Quantihealth, Beijing, China
Microbiome and its implication in human health and behavior

Charles Fracchia, BioBright, Boston
Interface biology and computer science

Lihi Adler-Abramovich, Laboratory of Bioinspired Materials, Tel Aviv University
Bio-inspired materials and beyond

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