FABRICELL aims to support researchers exploring Chemistry-Biology space in the creative design of artificial cellular devices whereby living and non-living components are fused together using bottom-up approaches.

fabriCELL launch

We would like to invite you to the launch of FABRICELL, a new joint research centre between Imperial College London and Kings College London. To launch this new centre we will be hosting a half-day event at Imperial College London where world leading researchers in the field including the 2009 Nobel Laureate (Medicine) Prof Jack Szostak will be delivering a series of thought provoking lectures.

This will be a ticketed event (free registration). If you would like to attend please register via this Eventbrite link.

8th September, 2-5:30pm, Lecture Theatre G16, Sir Alexander Fleming Building, South Kensington Campus, Imperial College London.

2-2:05pm College Welcome

2:05-2:15pm Introduction to FABRICELL (Professor Roger Morris (KCL), Professor Oscar Ces (ICL))

2:15-3:05pm Lecture 1: Professor Lee Cronin (Regius Professor of Chemistry, University of Glasgow)

3:05-3:50pm Lecture 2: Professor Patricia Bassereau (Institut Curie, Paris)

3:50-4:05pm Coffee Break

4:05-5:05pm Keynote Lecture: Prof Jack Szostak, Nobel Prize Medicine 2009, Harvard Medical School

5:05-5:30pm Drinks reception