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Future Events > The Dynamic Cell III

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The Dynamic Cell III

19—21 March 2018

Manchester Conference Centre, Manchester, UK

A Joint Biochemical Society and BSCB Scientific Meeting

Abstract deadline: Closed

Registration is open - places are limited, book now to avoid disappointment. 

If you are unable to travel to Manchester we are delighted to be offering remote conference places at this meeting.

Watch a private live stream of the talks from the comfort of your office or home via a personalised link, ask questions to speakers and network with other remote delegates. 

Book your place now!

The Dynamic Cell III will provide a showcase for the latest cell biological research exemplifying the use of dynamic methods to interrogate cellular function and to explore mechanisms of cell motility and cell - cell interactions


  • Cytoskeletal regualtion of cell division
  • Cell migration and the extracellular matrix
  • Cytoskeletal dynamics
  • Cell - cell interactions
  • Imaging and probing cell function



Oral communication slots are available at this meeting. All attendees, particularly researchers in the early stages of their career, are invited to submit a poster abstract for consideration as an oral communication.


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