Bacteriophage 2017 Streamed Live
Monday 20th February 2017, 10:00am
Bacteriophage 2017 was the first live streamed only, three day professional conference discussing bacteriophages - the emerging research relating to bacteriophage structure and mechanism of action, and their application in medical and industrial biotechnologies.
The event was aimed at those interested in the biology of bacteriophages and their applications in biotechnology, including research scientists, academics and pharmaceutical professionals.
"The conference was a great success from my part. Delegates from around the world could communicate in real time, to discuss the exciting new developments in the knowledge of how bacteriophages work and to understand the role that they are likely to play in the antimicrobial resistant world. "
"Although I was only able to see part of the sessions live, I was able to watch the recordings following the virtual event."
Online conferencing allows delegates to participate without the costs and problems of accommodation and travelling. The system encourages interaction between delegates, to ask and answer questions, discuss and debate in a relaxed environment.