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1st International Electronic Conference on Genes: Theoretical and Applied Genomics

02/11/2020 - 30/11/2020

Metagenomics, Epigenetics, DNA and RNA Sequencing
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Welcome from the Chair

Dear Colleagues,

It is my pleasure to invite you to join the 1st International Electronic Conference on Genes (IECGE2020) , organized by the MDPI Open-Access journal Genes (Impact Factor 3.759). This free e-conference will present the latest research related to the topics of DNA and RNA sequencing, epigenetics and metagenomics.

The last ten years have consolidated Genomics as one of the faster evolving disciplines in biology. It is used by a wide range of fields, from molecular biology to ecology. Its applications go beyond genome sequencing and transcriptomic analysis, they are used to profile communities, analyze epigenetic modifications and characterize populations. This conference wants to serve as virtual space to present scientific works and change ideas under the umbrella of this fast evolving discipline.

During the month of November, IECGE2020 will allow to share your online presentations worldwide, making your work available for the audience to read and comment, and sharing ideas on the discussed topic.

All submitted abstracts will be evaluated by the conference Scientific Committee and upon acceptance, will be published in a dedicated issue of the MDPI journal Proceedings. After the conference, all participants will be encouraged to submit a full paper to one dedicated Special Issue in Genes with a 20% discount on the article processing charges (APC).

Moreover, during the conference, a number of internationally renowned speakers will share their current state-of-the-art research, through a series of pre-recorded talks and free live-streaming webinars, which will also include a Q&A session to allow audience participation.

We hope that you will join this conference to exchange ideas, merge different areas of expertise and engage in potential successful collaborations.

Kind regards,

Dr. Aureliano Bombarely

IECGE2020 Conference Chair

Conference Secretariat

M.Sc. Iñigo Aristizabal
M.Sc. Marta Mairal
M.Sc. Paula Navarro
Dr. Ana Sanchis
Email: [email protected]

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Conference chair

Dr. Aureliano Bombarely

Department of Biosciences, University of Milan, Milan, Italy

DETAILS

Aureliano Bombarely is an Associate Professor in the Department of Biosciences at the Universita degli Studi di Milano. His research is focused in the study of the genome evolution linked to the processes of speciation, adaptation and domestication of plant species. He has been working in several popular genome sequencing projects such as tomato, watermelon, petunia, tobacco, olive and the plant model Nicotiana benthamiana. He also works in the development of bioinformatic tools related with the analysis and management of the genomic information.

Bio
Aureliano Bombarely is an Associate Professor in the Department of Biosciences at the Universita degli Studi di Milano. His research is focused in the study of the genome evolution linked to the processes of speciation, adaptation and domestication of plant species. He has been working in several popular genome sequencing projects such as tomato, watermelon, petunia, tobacco, olive and the plant model Nicotiana benthamiana. He also works in the development of bioinformatic tools related with the analysis and management of the genomic information.

Conference Committee

Prof. Dr. Michael Hofreiter: University of Potsdam, Germany
Dr. Anelia Horvath: George Washington University, USA
Prof. Dr. Yuri A. Motorin:
Université de Lorraine: Nancy, France
Prof. Dr. Silvia Turroni:
University of Bologna, Italy
Prof. Dr. Klaus Wimmers:
Leibniz Institute for Farm Animal Biology, Germany

Keynote Speakers

Prof. Dr. Michael Hofreiter

Department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany

DETAILS

"Lost lineages and ghost lineages: A paleogenomic perspective on evolution"

Talk
"Lost lineages and ghost lineages: A paleogenomic perspective on evolution"

Dr. Anelia Horvath

Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine, George Washington University, Washington, USA

DETAILS

"Correlation of SNVs to gene expression from individual scRNA-seq datasets"

I completed my PhD in Human Genomics in Medical University of Sofia, Bulgaria. After my postdoctoral training in Cancer Genomics (NICHD, NIH, Bethesda, MD, USA), where I led the effort for the identification of new genes responsible for human genetic disorders, in September 2013 I joined the George Washington University, as a Co-Director of the McCormick Genomic and Proteomic Center (MGPC) at the School of Medicine and Health Sciences. In this position, I focused on developing novel methods to analyze functional genetic variants through integrating layers of genomic information. In the last several months I focused my research on single cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-seq). Working on scRNA-seq data, I am particularly interested in developing novel approaches to assess genetic variation, splicing and posttranscriptional modifications, and to inter-connect them with gene expression and other phenotype features. I have over 25 year of experience with both wet and dry lab genetic approaches and technologies, including design and development of new methods and analyses.

Talk
"Correlation of SNVs to gene expression from individual scRNA-seq datasets"
Bio
I completed my PhD in Human Genomics in Medical University of Sofia, Bulgaria. After my postdoctoral training in Cancer Genomics (NICHD, NIH, Bethesda, MD, USA), where I led the effort for the identification of new genes responsible for human genetic disorders, in September 2013 I joined the George Washington University, as a Co-Director of the McCormick Genomic and Proteomic Center (MGPC) at the School of Medicine and Health Sciences. In this position, I focused on developing novel methods to analyze functional genetic variants through integrating layers of genomic information. In the last several months I focused my research on single cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-seq). Working on scRNA-seq data, I am particularly interested in developing novel approaches to assess genetic variation, splicing and posttranscriptional modifications, and to inter-connect them with gene expression and other phenotype features. I have over 25 year of experience with both wet and dry lab genetic approaches and technologies, including design and development of new methods and analyses.

Prof. Dr. Yuri A. Motorin

Université de Lorraine: Nancy, Lorraine, France

DETAILS

"Analysis of epitranscriptomics RNA modifications by deep sequencing"

I completed my PhD in Chemistry in the Institute of Biochemistry from the Lomonossov University of Moscow. After several postdocs in the Enzymology laboratory from Gif-sur-Yvette (France) and the Institute of Biochemistry from the Lomonossov (Moscow), I have been established as a Professor of Molecular Biology at the Université de Lorraine, Nancy, France. I have over 30 years of experience in the field of RNA modifications, from studying pseudouridine synthases and methyltransferases to the development of high-throughput approaches to identify and characterize of RNA modifications

Talk
"Analysis of epitranscriptomics RNA modifications by deep sequencing"
Bio
I completed my PhD in Chemistry in the Institute of Biochemistry from the Lomonossov University of Moscow. After several postdocs in the Enzymology laboratory from Gif-sur-Yvette (France) and the Institute of Biochemistry from the Lomonossov (Moscow), I have been established as a Professor of Molecular Biology at the Université de Lorraine, Nancy, France. I have over 30 years of experience in the field of RNA modifications, from studying pseudouridine synthases and methyltransferases to the development of high-throughput approaches to identify and characterize of RNA modifications

Dr. Simone Rampelli

Department of Pharmacy and Biotechnology, University of Bologna, Italy

DETAILS

"Shotgun metagenomics of the human gut microbiome throughout our life"

Simone Rampelli is assistant professor in Chemistry and Biotechnology of Fermentation, Dept. Pharmacy and Biotechnology, University of Bologna (Bologna, Italy). His research activity, documented by 55 publications in international peer-reviewed journals and >30 participations in national and international congresses, is mainly focused on the characterization of the compositional and functional structure of the human gut microbiome, and its impact on human health.

Talk
"Shotgun metagenomics of the human gut microbiome throughout our life"
Bio
Simone Rampelli is assistant professor in Chemistry and Biotechnology of Fermentation, Dept. Pharmacy and Biotechnology, University of Bologna (Bologna, Italy). His research activity, documented by 55 publications in international peer-reviewed journals and >30 participations in national and international congresses, is mainly focused on the characterization of the compositional and functional structure of the human gut microbiome, and its impact on human health.

Ms. Sarah E. Stahl Rommel

JES Tech, Houston, TX, USA

DETAILS

"Sequencing the Extremes and In-betweens: Rapid Swab-to-Sequencer Microbial Profiling from the Seafloor to the Space Station"

Sarah Stahl, M.S, is a research scientist in the NASA Johnson Space Center’s Microbiology Laboratory. She has served as a project scientist for many analog and spaceflight investigations, including the Biomolecule Sequencer flight experiment that demonstrated the first DNA sequencing aboard the International Space Station (ISS). With the goal of applying sequencing to microbial monitoring, Sarah has overseen the implementation of a culture-independent, direct swab-to-sequencer method in many extreme environments, including the ISS.

Talk
"Sequencing the Extremes and In-betweens: Rapid Swab-to-Sequencer Microbial Profiling from the Seafloor to the Space Station"
Bio
Sarah Stahl, M.S, is a research scientist in the NASA Johnson Space Center’s Microbiology Laboratory. She has served as a project scientist for many analog and spaceflight investigations, including the Biomolecule Sequencer flight experiment that demonstrated the first DNA sequencing aboard the International Space Station (ISS). With the goal of applying sequencing to microbial monitoring, Sarah has overseen the implementation of a culture-independent, direct swab-to-sequencer method in many extreme environments, including the ISS.

Dr. Carmen Rubio

Head of research at Igenomix

DETAILS

Non-invasive analysis of embryonic aneuploidies in cell free DNA.

Trained in science in the University of Valencia, Spain, Dr Carmen Rubio specialized in cytogenetic studies in human reproduction, partly in the University of Barcelona. She completed her PhD in the field of Reproductive Genetics and post-doctoral research included research in male and female meiosis at the laboratory of Drs. Patricia Hunt and Terry Hassold (Washington State University, USA). She has published more than 100 papers in the main peer-reviewed specialist journals in the field, books chapters as well as numerous lectures at conferences worldwide. Currently she is the head of research for embryonic chromosomal abnormalities at Igenomix, focused on non-invasive approaches of embryo aneuploidy.

Talk
Non-invasive analysis of embryonic aneuploidies in cell free DNA.
Bio
Trained in science in the University of Valencia, Spain, Dr Carmen Rubio specialized in cytogenetic studies in human reproduction, partly in the University of Barcelona. She completed her PhD in the field of Reproductive Genetics and post-doctoral research included research in male and female meiosis at the laboratory of Drs. Patricia Hunt and Terry Hassold (Washington State University, USA). She has published more than 100 papers in the main peer-reviewed specialist journals in the field, books chapters as well as numerous lectures at conferences worldwide. Currently she is the head of research for embryonic chromosomal abnormalities at Igenomix, focused on non-invasive approaches of embryo aneuploidy.

Prof. Dr. Silvia Turroni

Department of Pharmacy and Biotechnology, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy

DETAILS

"Shotgun metagenomics of the human gut microbiome throughout our life"

Silvia Turroni is senior assistant professor in Chemistry and Biotechnology of Fermentation, Dept. Pharmacy and Biotechnology, University of Bologna (Bologna, Italy). Her research activity, documented by 98 publications in international peer-reviewed journals and >100 participations in national and international congresses (of which > 45 as invited speaker), is mainly focused on the characterization of the compositional and functional structure of the human gut microbiome, and its impact on human health.

Talk
"Shotgun metagenomics of the human gut microbiome throughout our life"
Bio
Silvia Turroni is senior assistant professor in Chemistry and Biotechnology of Fermentation, Dept. Pharmacy and Biotechnology, University of Bologna (Bologna, Italy). Her research activity, documented by 98 publications in international peer-reviewed journals and >100 participations in national and international congresses (of which > 45 as invited speaker), is mainly focused on the characterization of the compositional and functional structure of the human gut microbiome, and its impact on human health.

Prof. Dr. Klaus Wimmers

Genomics Unit, Leibniz Institute for Farm Animal Biology (FBN), Dummerstorf, Germany

DETAILS

“Epigenetics and Fetal Programming– new opportunities in animal breeding”

Klaus Wimmers is Director of the Leibniz Institute for Farm Animal Biology (FBN), Dummerstorf, Germany, and Professor of Animal Breeding and Husbandry at the University of Rostock, Germany. He obtained a degree in Veterinary Sciences from the Freie Universität Berlin in 1989, earned his doctorate at the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin in 1996 (Dr. rer. nat.) and habilitated in 2002 at the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn in animal breeding and genetics. His main fields of interest are physiological, genetic and epigenetic principles of expression and differentiation of traits related to animal welfare and resource efficiency in farm animals.

Talk
“Epigenetics and Fetal Programming– new opportunities in animal breeding”
Bio
Klaus Wimmers is Director of the Leibniz Institute for Farm Animal Biology (FBN), Dummerstorf, Germany, and Professor of Animal Breeding and Husbandry at the University of Rostock, Germany. He obtained a degree in Veterinary Sciences from the Freie Universität Berlin in 1989, earned his doctorate at the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin in 1996 (Dr. rer. nat.) and habilitated in 2002 at the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn in animal breeding and genetics. His main fields of interest are physiological, genetic and epigenetic principles of expression and differentiation of traits related to animal welfare and resource efficiency in farm animals.

Instructions for Authors

Generic information

The registration for this conference is FREE and the works selected for their presentation on the conference will be published as conference proceedings with no cost.

Submission
Submissions should be done by the authors online by registering at sciforum.net, and using the "Start New Submission" function once logged into system. When doing the submission, indicate which thematic area is best suited for your research. There is no limit of abstracts presented by one author.

  1. Authors interested in participating within the conference can submit their abstract online on this website until 21 September 2020. The abstract submitted should be about 200-word in English - the word limits are minimum 150 words and maximum 250 words.
  2. The Conference Committee will notify the acceptance of the abstract before 30 September 2020.
  3. In case of acceptance, authors will be asked to submit a conference paper (download the word template here and latex template here), and a PDF file with a graphical explanation of the research presented in the format of a poster until 21 October 2020.
  4. The manuscripts and posters will be available on Sciforum for discussion and rating during the time of the conference from 02 to 30 November 2020.
  5. After the conference, all accepted papers will be published within a dedicated issue of the MDPI journal Proceedings. In addition, all participants will be encouraged to submit a full manuscript of their presentation for consideration for publication in a Special Issue of Genes with a special 20% discount (more details to be announced soon). The submission to the journal is independent from the conference proceedings and will follow the usual process of the journal, including peer-review, APC, etc.
Upon acceptance


1. Conference Paper

Conference papers must be prepared using the Proceedings template (word template here and latex template here, following this organization:

- Title
- Full author names
- Affiliations (including full postal address) and authors' e-mail addresses (institutional addresses preferred)
- Abstract
- Keywords
- Introduction
- Methods
- Results and Discussion
- Conclusions
- (Acknowledgements)
- References

Manuscripts should be prepared in MS Word or any other word processor and should be converted to PDF format before submission. The publication format will be PDF. The manuscript should be about 3-4 pages (incl. figures, tables and references) with no page limit on the length, although authors are asked to keep their papers as concise as possible.

Please carefully read the rules outlined in the 'Instructions for Authors' on the journal website and ensure that your manuscript submission adheres to these guidelines.

2. Poster Presentation
Authors are encouraged to prepare a poster to be displayed online along with the manuscript. Posters can be prepared in the same way as for any traditional conference where research results are presented and should be converted to PDF format before submission so that our process can easily and automatically convert them for online display.

Potential Conflicts of Interest

All authors must disclose all relationships or interests that could inappropriately influence or bias their work. This should be conveyed in a separate "Conflict of Interest" statement preceding the "Acknowledgments" and "References" sections at the end of the manuscript. If there is no conflict, please state "The authors declare no conflict of interest." Financial support for the study must be fully disclosed under "Acknowledgments" section.

Copyright

MDPI, the owner of the Sciforum.net platform, is an open access publisher. We believe that authors should retain the copyright to their scholarly works. Hence, by submitting a Conference Paper to this conference, you retain the copyright of your paper, but you grant MDPI the non-exclusive right to publish this paper online on the Sciforum.net platform. This means you can easily submit your paper to any scientific journal at a later stage and transfer the copyright to its publisher (if required by that publisher).


List of accepted submissions (11)

Id Title Authors Presentation
sciforum-035247 A new nomenclature for the chromosome-specific probes of white hawk (Leucopternis albicollis)

IVANETE FURO, RAFAEL KRETSCHMER, PATRICIA O’BRIEN, JORGE PEREIRA, DARREN GRIFFIN, REBECCA O’CONNOR, MALCOLM FERGUSON-SMITH, EDIVALDO DE OLIVEIRA

Submitted: 25 Aug 2020

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IVANETE FURO, RAFAEL KRETSCHMER, PATRICIA O’BRIEN, JORGE PEREIRA, DARREN GRIFFIN, REBECCA O’CONNOR, MALCOLM FERGUSON-SMITH, EDIVALDO DE OLIVEIRA Poster PDF Show Abstract

Comment
sciforum-034647 Chromosome-level genome assemblies expanded capabilities of conservation biology

Azamat Totickov, Andrei Tomarovsky, Lorena Derezanin, Olga Dudchenko, Erez Lieberman-Aiden, Klaus Koepfli, Sergei Kliver

Submitted: 21 Sep 2020

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Azamat Totickov, Andrei Tomarovsky, Lorena Derezanin, Olga Dudchenko, Erez Lieberman-Aiden, Klaus Koepfli, Sergei Kliver Poster PDF Show Abstract

Comment
sciforum-037473 Cytomorphological, molecular diagnosis and evaluation of insertion of the LINE-1 element in the C-MYC gene in canine transmissible venereal tumor: Applicability in veterinary clinical routine.

Thamirys Faro, Wallax Ferreira, Edivaldo de Oliveira

Submitted: 22 Sep 2020

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Thamirys Faro, Wallax Ferreira, Edivaldo de Oliveira Poster PDF Show Abstract

Comment
sciforum-034544 Determination of expression signature and proportion of mtDNA in plasma fractions in patients with Renal Cell Carcinoma.

ELENA ARANCE, AlMUDENA SABIO BONILLA, Mª Yarmila Gª Iglesias, ROCÍO LOPEZ CINTAS, SARA MARTÍN ESTEBAN, GINESA LÓPEZ TORRES, CORTÉS VALVERDE, LUIS MARTÍNEZ GONZÁLEZ

Submitted: 06 Aug 2020

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ELENA ARANCE, AlMUDENA SABIO BONILLA, Mª Yarmila Gª Iglesias, ROCÍO LOPEZ CINTAS, SARA MARTÍN ESTEBAN, GINESA LÓPEZ TORRES, CORTÉS VALVERDE, LUIS MARTÍNEZ GONZÁLEZ Poster PDF Show Abstract

Comment
sciforum-037430 First draft genome sequence of Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica serovar enteritidis isolated from the chicken meat in Russia

Alexey Rakov, Anatoly Yakovlev, Viacheslav Sinkov

Submitted: 21 Sep 2020

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Alexey Rakov, Anatoly Yakovlev, Viacheslav Sinkov Poster PDF Show Abstract

Comment

Live online sessions

During the duration of the conference, a number of live online sessions will be programmed. Each session will consist on a speaker lecturing on a special topic. During each session, the participants will have the possibility to ask questions during a Q&A session. Detailed information about the topics and dates will be shared soon.

The live sessions are free. Registrations with academic institutional email addresses will be prioritized. The number of participants to the live session is limited but the recording will be made available on Sciforum shortly afterwards.

Program IECGE online sessions

Title Talk: Shotgun metagenomics of the human gut microbiome throughout our life
Speaker:
Dr. Simone Rampelli
Date and time:
25 November 2020, 3:00 PM (CET)
Live session: Free registration here

PAST SESSIONS

Title Talk: Correlation of SNVs to gene expression from individual scRNA-seq datasets
Speaker:
Dr. Anelia Horvath
Date and time: 3 November 2020, 3:00 PM (CET)

Title Talk: Analysis of epitranscriptomics RNA modifications by deep sequencing
Speaker:
Prof. Dr. Yuri A. Motorin
Date and time:
5 November 2020, 3:00 PM (CET)

Title Talk: Non-invasive analysis of embryonic aneuploidies in cell free DNA
Speaker:
Dr. Carmen Rubio
Date and time:
10 November 2020, 3:00 PM (CET)
Pre-recorded session

Title Talk: Epigenetics and Fetal Programming– new opportunities in animal breeding
Speaker:
Prof. Dr. Klaus Wimmers
Date and time:
13 November 2020, 3:00 PM (CET)
Pre-recorded session

Title Talk: Lost lineages and ghost lineages: A paleogenomic perspective on evolution
Speaker:
Prof. Dr. Michael Hofreiter
Date and time:
17 November 2020, 3:00 PM (CET)

Title Talk: Sequencing the Extremes and In-betweens: Rapid Swab-to-Sequencer Microbial Profiling from the Seafloor to the Space Station
Speaker:
Ms. Sarah E. Stahl Rommel
Date and time:
19 November 2020, 3:00 PM (CET)

Live sessions content

1st live session: Correlation of SNVs to gene expression from individual scRNA-seq datasets
Speaker: Dr. Anelia Horvath
Date and time: 4 November 2020, 3:00 PM (CET)

This talk is the first live session of 1st International Electronic Conference on Genes: Theoretical and Applied Genomics. Dr. Anelia Horvath presented her most recent research on single cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-seq) and the development of novel approaches to assess genetic variation, splicing and posttranscriptional modifications, and to interconnect them with gene expression and other phenotype features. The presentations were followed by a fruitful discussion and a Q&A session.

The live session was offered via Zoom and required registration to attend. The full recording can be found below.

2nd live session: Analysis of epitranscriptomics RNA modifications by deep sequencing.
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Yuri A. Motorin
Date and time: 10 November 2020

This talk is the second session of 1st International Electronic Conference on Genes: Theoretical and Applied Genomics. Prof. Yuri A. Motorin presented his most recent research related to the field of RNA modifications, from studying pseudouridine synthases and methyltransferases to the development of high-throughput approaches to identify and characterize of RNA modifications. The full recording can be found below.

1st recorded session: Non-invasive analysis of embryonic aneuploidies in cell free DNA.
Speaker: Dr. Carmen Rubio
Date and time: 5 November 2020, 3:00 PM (CET)

This talk is the third session of 1st International Electronic Conference on Genes: Theoretical and Applied Genomics. Dr. Carmen Rubio presented her most recent research as the head of research for embryonic chromosomal abnormalities at Igenomix, focused on non-invasive approaches of embryo aneuploidy. The full presentation can be found below and downloaded here.

2nd recorded session: Epigenetics and Fetal Programming– new opportunities in animal breeding.
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Klaus Wimmers
Date and time: 13 November 2020

This talk is the fourth session of 1st International Electronic Conference on Genes: Theoretical and Applied Genomics. Prof. Klaus Wimmers presented his most recent research in physiological, genetic and epigenetic principles of expression and differentiation of traits related to animal welfare and resource efficiency in farm animals. The full recording can be found below.


3rd IECGE live session: Lost lineages and ghost lineages: A paleogenomic perspective on evolution.
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Michael Hofreiter
Date and time: 17 November 2020, 3:00 PM (CET)

This talk is the thirdsession of 1st International Electronic Conference on Genes: Theoretical and Applied Genomics. Prof. Dr. Michael Hofreiter discussed the work from his group on how studying permafrost DNA could help to identify and study lost lineages of species, and establish the genetic basis of animal adaptations and the effect of environmental changes on both neutral and adaptive genetic diversity. The live session was offered via Zoom and required registration to attend. The full recording can be found below.


4th IECGE live session: Sequencing the Extremes and In-betweens. Rapid Swab-to-Sequencer Microbial Profiling from the Seafloor to the Space Station.
Speaker: Ms. Sarah E. Stahl Rommel
Date and time: 19 November 2020, 3:00 PM (CET)

This talk is the fourth live session of the 1st International Electronic Conference on Genes: Theoretical and Applied Genomics. Ms. Sarah E. Stahl Rommel, a microbiologist from the NASA Johnson Space Center discussed her work on sequencing techniques for microbial monitoring, and the implementation of a culture-independent, direct swab-to-sequencer method in many extreme environments, including the International Space Station. The live session was offered via Zoom and required registration to attend. The full recording can be found below.

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Conference Awards

We are pleased to announce the availability of awards for researchers who plan to attend the IECGE2020 conference.
Applications and nominations will be assessed by Scientific Committee. Winners will be announced online after the conference.

The Awards
Best Paper Award
Award winner will receive 300 CHF and will be able to publish the extended version of one paper in the Journal Genes, free of charge (being the paper the one submitted to the conference, or another one). The extended version will have a normal peer-review procedure.
Best Poster Award
Winners will be selected by the Scientific Committee after evaluation of all the posters presented during the conference. The award will consist of 200 CHF.

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