The lab attends "The Non-coding genome" conference in Heidelberg

Between the 11th and 14th of October the famous "Non-coding genome" conference was held at European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Heidelberg, Germany and the Fromm Lab (Anju, Vanessa, Lukasz and Bastian) went to join this conference at the centre of European Life Science.

With a very packed programme focussing on all aspects of non-coding genome, such as Chromatin, long-, circular and short non-coding RNAs, including microRNAs, we were fortunate to be able to listen to some of the leading scientists of the world. 

The lab presented 3 posters and one flash-talk engageing in fantastic discussions during poster session.

The meeting was held at the Adcanced Training Centere, that is built in a double-helix layout to resemble DNA itself:

Planning to come back in two years!