Second Edition of the CNRS/Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN) Workshop

Publié le 17 avril 2019
Les 13 et 14 février 2019 à Varsovie a eu lieu la deuxième édition du Workshop CNRS/Académie des Sciences de Pologne (PAN) en biologie moléculaire et structurale.

The second edition of the CNRS/PAN (Poland) workshop on molecular and structural biology was held on 13th and 14th February, 2019 in Varsaw.

Researchers and research professors affiliated to the CNRS laboratories “Institute of Structural Biology – IBS” (Grenoble), “Architecture and function of biological macromolecules – AFMB” (Marseille), “Institute of Integrative Cell Biology – I2BC” (Gif-sur-Yvette) and “Molecular Microbiology and Structural Biochemistry – MMSB” (Lyon) were welcomed by their colleagues from the Institute of Biochemistry and Biophysics of the PAN for two days of presentations, posters and discussions.

As the first co-publisher of the PAN in the world, the CNRS, through these workshops, wishes to strengthen its position of leading partner in the ESR of Poland and Central Europe, and to initiate new collaborations in order to set up research projects in the bilateral, multilateral and European frameworks.

Credits : Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN)

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