What is EUSynBioS?
The European Association of Synthetic Biology Students and Postdocs (EUSynBioS) was founded as a student-led initiative in late 2014. Our goal is to shape and foster a community of young researchers active in the young scientific discipline of synthetic biology by means of providing an integrative central resource for interaction and professional development.
Why and what is the EUSynBioS Symposium?
We are witnessing an exciting time in the history of synthetic biology. Wide recognition of the field’s transformative potential over the past decade has inspired the emergence of a remarkable number of young synthetic biology initiatives and communities around the globe. By what principles, standards, and interactions can they best realise their potential in making the world a better place?
For the second time following our inaugural 2016 Symposium in London, we will bring together an enthusiastic international group of young synthetic biologists (embracing undergraduate and graduate students as well as postdocs) for 1.5 days packed with stimulating talks, group discussions, and speed networking. Our overall goal remains unchanged: the development of a vision for the young synthetic biology community.