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2017 Multi-omics for Microbiomes – EMSL Integration Conference

Complex microbial communities, "microbiomes," carry out critical processes for life on our planet, including the cycling of carbon and other nutrients. They can also point to the cause or prevention of disease in plants and animals. Understanding the functions carried out by microbiomes is important to the environment, agriculture, health, and medicine.
The conference highlighted new scientific findings and technical achievements for deciphering a microbiome’s functional processes and interactions, including advances in molecular omics, imaging, and computational technologies. The conference will also highlight capabilities at the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory (EMSL). This national scientific user facility, located on the PNNL campus, is funded and sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy through its Office of Biological and Environmental Research.
Look for internationally renowned keynote and invited speakers, contributed talks, poster sessions, round table discussions, and facility tours. The event is co-sponsored by EMSL and PNNL’s Microbiomes in Transition (MinT) initiative.
This conference is in conjunction with the annual EMSL User Conference.

Now available: A lodging block for the 2017 Multi-omics for the Microbiomes - EMSL Integration Conference. The number of rooms with a per diem rate is limited. Reserve by July 10th.

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Poster and Registration deadlines have been extended due to Independence Day Holiday. Poster Abstracts are due July 12 and Registration Deadline has been extended to July 14.

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Multi-omics for Microbiomes - EMSL Integration Conference 2017