The Society for Low Temperature Biology (SLTB) will, this year, be holding their annual conference in the beautiful city of Seville from the 3rd to 4th October 2019.
Founded in 1964, the aim of the SLTB is to promote research into the effects of low temperatures on all types of organisms and their constituent cells, tissues and organs. These types of studies have applications in a diverse range of scientific fields; from biology and medicine to engineering, conservation and environmental science.
Planer is delighted to be supporting the 2019 Annual Conference, where specialists from around the world will be speaking on a range of cutting edge topics.
Before the meeting itself starts, there will be a cell therapy workshop on Wednesday 2nd October. Held in conjunction with the UK Stem Cell Users Group, the workshop will give attendees the opportunity to hear industry experts such as Alison Hubel, from the University of Minnesota, speak.