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Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics 10th Anniversary Conference
Date:9/12/2008

It is our pleasure to welcome you to the SIBs 10th Anniversary celebration. Many events are to take place throughout Switzerland. Amongst them, we are particularly happy to welcome you to our Anniversary Conference (see programme below) which will take place on Wednesday, 24th September at the Kultur-Casino, Herrengasse 25, Bern.

Pioneers at the heart of science

Wednesday, 24 September at the Kultur-Casino, Herrengasse 25, Bern, Switzerland

13.00-13.10
Welcome Address
Prof. Ron D. Appel, Director of the SIB

13.10-13.30
Introductory talk
The Systems Biology Era: integrating experimental sciences and bioinformatics to understand Biology
Prof. Manuel C. Peitsch, Chairman of the SIB Executive Board

13.30-13.50
Winner of the " SIB Young Bioinformatician Award 2008" talk

13.50-14.40
NCCR Frontier in Genetics talk
In vivo, in vitro, in silico: the future of biology, from genomes to synthetic cells
Prof. Antoine Danchin, Genetics of Bacterial Genomes Unit URA2171 CNRS, Director of the Genomes and Genetics Department, Institut Pasteur, Paris

14.4015-.10 Coffee break

15.10-15.00
Nobel Prize Winner talk
The impact of bioinformatics on our knowledge of life processes
Prof. Werner Arber, Professor emeritus for molecular microbiology, University of Basel, Nobel Laureate Physiology or Medicine 1978

16.00-16.50
Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics talk
Sequencing the invisible - environmental genomics as a new challenge for bioinformatics
Prof. Christian von Mering, SIB and Institute of Molecular Biology, University of Zurich

16.50-17.00 Closing Words


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Contact: SIB Secretariat
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41-216-924-050
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