The conference on “Architecture and Plasticity of the Cell Nucleus" will take place in Paris from November, 29th to 30th, 2016.
It will address a broad range of interrelated topics at the frontiers of cell biology, evolution, genetics, cell imaging and modeling in order to provide an integrative state-of-the-art of the 3D organization of the cell nucleus and consequences on the plasticity of its divers functions.
The program will feature French and International cell biologists, world leaders in this field, who will present their work in several themed sessions.
A speed-dating session will be organized to foster discussions and networking between young scientists and senior leaders of this field.
Attempts to compare life sciences and architecture approaches for 3D organization and plasticity will be illustrated by presentations from architects of ENSA Paris-Val de Seine.