The "Inside: The dark side of the cell" symposium will take place on 14-15 Aprilat the University of Vienna. An interesting lineup of keynote speakers will provide an overview of current research, challenges and advances in the field of proteostasis, autophagy, stem cells, gene expression and inflammation. The symposium is organised by students of the doctoral programme “Signaling mechanisms in cellular homeostasis” based at the Max Perutz Labs, University of Vienna and Medical University of Vienna.
An exhibition on the life and science of Max F. Perutz
“Breathing at High Altitude” is an exhibition dedicated to the personal life and science of Max F. Perutz, a pioneer of 20thcentury molecular biology. The exhibition sheds light on Max Perutz’s fascinating life, celebrates his love for mountains, and visualizes “breathing” in a unique way. It will be a rewarding experience for scientists and non-scientists alike.
April 15, 5:30 p.m. University of Vienna Small Ceremonial Hall
The "Microsymposium on Small RNA Biology“ is a three day international conference that brings together young scientists, junior and senior group leaders, and company representatives from all over the world to present and discuss their latest findings in the exciting field of small RNAs. The Microsymposium was founded in 2005 and has established itself as the major small RNA meeting in Europe. It is organized by IMBA, IMP, GMI and the Max Perutz Labs as well as by the RNA community of the Vienna BioCenter.