Physics of Life Town meeting, Royal Society, London, 2 October 2017

The first Physics of Life Town meeting, which will be held at the Royal Society in London. This interdisciplinary meeting will showcase the second phase of the Physics of Life network (2017-2020). The event will highlight the opportunities available when working across Biology and Physics as experienced by researchers, funders and industrial partners. There will be plenty of information available on future PoLnet2 plans, how best to engage with the network’s funding and events planned over the next 3 years. The programme involves a schedule of invited talks and open discussion. For more information on the provisional schedule, follow this link:


Confirmed speakers include:

Tom McLeish FRS (Durham university), Martin Cann (Durham University), Ben Simons (Cambridge University), Helen Saibil FRS (Birbeck College), Giovanni Sena (Imperial), Daniel Frankel (Newcastle University), Elena-Lurie Luke (Procter and Gamble), Ellen Meek (EPSRC), Peter Burlinson (BBSRC), Karen Brakespear (MRC), Tom Collins (Wellcome), Alexander Halliday FRS (Oxford University).



All are welcome, registration is FREE (places allocated on first come, first serve basis). To register for this event or to find out more, follow this link: Registration closes: 19th September 2017


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