Science Lounge, D-BSSE, Basel: 22 Sept., 4.30 pm: How to get published in Nature and its sister journals? Kyle Legate is a Senior Editor at Nature Communications and will talk about how to choose the right journal to maximize your chances of publishing quickly. He will also explain the differences between the journals of the Nature family, and talk about the editorial process, providing insight into how editors make their decisions, what you can do when reviewers like your work, and your options when they don’t.
SUD, Basel, 27 Oct., 7.20 pm, with Andrea Schenker-Wicki, rector University of Basel; Henryk M. Broder, publicist; Verena A. Briner, retired board member Novartis; Viola Vogel, project leader NCCR. Music: Pink Pedrazzi. With Apéro! Join us live at Sud in Basel or hear the broadcast on your radio-station. > more
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Combining the disciplines of biology, chemistry, physics with bioinformatics and engineering, the goal is to engineer and to combine molecular modules to design “molecular factories”. These molecular factories will be used for industrial production or to control cellular systems in health and disease.
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In March 2016, Prof. Wolfgang Meier transfered the leadership of the NCCR Molecular Systems Engineering to Prof. Thomas R. Ward. Read more here.
27 - 29 Aug. 2017: ICMSE - International Conference on Molecular Systems Engineering - is a biennial conference focussing on new developments in molecular systems engineering. It will feature speakers and participants from leading international research institutions. Click for more info and save the date now.
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Bringing artificial enzymes closer to nature: Scientists at the NCCR Molecular Systems Engineering have developed an artificial metalloenzyme that catalyses a reaction inside of cells without equivalent in nature. This could be a prime example for creating new non-natural metabolic pathways inside living cells, as reported in Nature. > Read more
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