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The 18th International Symposium on Bioluminescence and Chemiluminescence, ISBC 2014

23–28 June 2014
Uppsala, Sweden
 

The 18th International Symposium on Bioluminescence and Chemiluminescence will be held 23-28 June 2014 in Uppsala, Sweden. We hope that you will find the city of Uppsala and Uppsala University, founded in 1477, a worthy host of the symposium. The ISBC2014 will find inspiration from the academic excellence of Uppsala, as exemplified by local scientific giants as Carl von Linnaeus, Anders Celsius, and more recently the chemistry Nobel laureates The Svedberg and  Arne Tiselius. The vicinity to Stockholm, closeness to Sweden's largest airport (Arlanda), the splendid nature of Uppland, with its soothing archipelago, and the inspirational Swedish summer we hope will be further reasons for you to come and visit us in June 2014.
 

Themes of the ISBC 2014

  1. Theory and Principles of B&C;
  • Theoretical chemistry of bio- and chemiluminescence
  • Chemistry and physics of chemiluminescence
  • Structure and function of luciferases and CL enzymes
  • Structure and function of luciferins and CL substrates
  1. B&C in Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry
  • Analytical instrumentation for light measurement and imaging, in vivo imaging
  • Luminometer: design, flow system, functionality
  • Bioluminescence and Chemiluminescence-based biosensors
  • Miniaturization. Lab-on-a-chip, integration,  POCT format
  • Luminescent immunoassays, gene probe assay, assays of enzymes and metabolites, cell-based assays, BRET
  • Chemiluminescence detection in separation sciences: chromatography, electrophoresis and FFF
  • Photoluminescence; Time resolved Fluorescence; Thermochemiluminescence; Electrochemiluminescence
  1. B&C in Biochemistry, Biology and Life Sciences
  • DNA and reporter-gene technology; Sequencing with luminescence
  • Cell proliferation and cytotoxicity using bioluminescence
  • Cellular luminescence
  • Biodiversity and evolution of bioluminescence
  • Ecology of marine and terrestrial bioluminescent organisms
  • Biochemistry and biology of bioluminescent organisms
  • Anatomy and physiology of bioluminescent organisms
  1. B&C in Pharmaceutical, Environmental, Food and Industrial applications
  • Rapid hygiene monitoring using bioluminescence
  • Toxicology; HTS and HCS screening
  • Bioluminescent bioindicators
  1. B&C in Nanotechnology and Material Science
  • Nanoparticles and probes; quantum dots, microfabricated devices
  • Nano-structurated materials
  1. B&C in Education
  • Luminescence in science education

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