Announcement: Conference in San Francisco - ICNPR 2020
While these are very difficult weeks, we just wanted everyone to be aware that at this stage, the organisers of ICNPR 2020 as well as us from the GA very much hope that the conference will go ahead as planned. In the last few days, most meetings up to June have been postponed, but based on the current understanding there are no plans to postpone ICNPR 2020. The organisers work on the preparations at all levels. Please monitor this site and the site of the congress (http://icnpr2020.org/). Also, please submit your abstracts so that the organisers can plan. As we all know it is uncertain and at the same time we should plan on things returning to a more normal situation within two to three months.
Conservation of European Biodiversity through Exploitation of Traditional Herbal Knowledge for the Development of Innovative Products
EthnoHERBS is the acronym of a research European project which aims to apply systematic ethnobotanical surveys and cutting edge technologies in the field of Natural Product Chemistry in order to fully and efficiently exploit the traditional knowledge and the therapeutic potential of medicinal and aromatic plants of the Balkan Peninsula.
Latest lecture for "Analysis of bioactive compounds from frogs plants and microorganisms from the Brazilian biodiversity"
See our latest lecture for "Analysis of bioactive compounds from frogs plants and microorganisms from the Brazilian biodiversity" by Norberto Peporine Lopes, that took place during the 67th Annual Meeting in Innsbruck, 2019
Emerging Trends in Natural Product Biotechnology held at TU Dortmund University
The biotechnology of secondary natural product plays a more and more important role in drug and gene discovery as well in pharmaceutical bioengineering. The symposium Emerging Trends in Natural Product Biotechnology held at TU Dortmund University from 20th to 21st September 2018 gave a forum for intensive discussions and talks on various topics like natural product biosynthesis, pathway design, metabolic engineering and biocatalysis. Prof. Nett, Prof. Kayser and Prof. Lütz organized the international two day symposium to bring experts from genetics, natural product chemistry and biotechnology together.