ENZITEC postponed due to COVID-19 / Coronavirus
New date to be disclosed soon

The organizing committee of ENZITEC decided to postpone the Congress to provide a safe environment for attendees and the people involved in the organization.

Given the worldwide Coronavirus outbreak, that was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation, and the travel restrictions imposed on countries, ENZITEC will be rescheduled. By doing so we will be able to ensure a secure environment for everyone

The Organizing Committee is working on a new format. Please check ENZITEC website regularly to stay up to date.

The magnificent diversity of life on earth arose from a plethora of chemical reactions finely orchestrated by enzymes. The understanding of nature´s repertoire for accelerating or controlling chemical reactions, including the origins and principles of biocatalysis, is still at its infancy, but growing exponentially with the blow of omics data and the fascinating advances in experimental and theoretical approaches to understand how enzymes work at atomic and time-resolved scale.

The enzymes make part of a multitude of everyday products and production processes, and the recent advances in the enzymology field as well as in the development of microbial platforms open a new and bright horizon for a further and unprecedented leveraging of biotechnology. In this conference, the most recent findings about enzyme discovery and design, governing mechanisms of enzymes´ action, metabolic engineering and microbial platform development will be discussed. The meeting was conceived to favor networking and discussions, with a stimulating and inspiring atmosphere for students, postdoctoral associates and young researchers.

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