Organization of DBS
DBS is created as a technical society under the Danish Society of Engineers (IDA). The founding meeting of DBS was held on 10 January 2006.
DBS holds an annual biotech conference entitled “Danish Conference on Molecular Biology and Biotechnology”. DBS is organizing scientific meetings with lectures on topics in biotechnology, biochemistry and molecular biology.
Vision for DBS
The intention of DBS is to create a comprehensive biotechnology organization with a strong academic profile. The long term vision is that DBS coordinate activities for Biochemical Society, Danish Biotech Forum and IDA. DBS will be responsible for the following activities:
An annual two-day conference with multiple sessions and broad focus.
An annual three-day conference with a narrower focus.
A number of day events or half-day events.
Organisation of “Annual Lecture of Danish Biotechnological Society”, organized by a researcher in the Nobel Prize class Representation of international companies in biotechnology, biochemistry, molecular biology and other related companies. Establishment of travel grants for students to international conferences in biotechnology and molecular biology. The organization of activities that can be used to recruit students for the biotechnological sciences. The establishment of student chapters, which can stimulate student interest in biotechnology, building networks among students, bringing together students and prominent researchers in biotechnology, and disseminate information about career opportunities. Publishing a magazine, BioZOOM, and the establishment of an active website.
– Inauguration of DBS is April 4, 2006 15-17, Convention Hall, the Danish Society of Engineers, IDA, Kalvebod Brygge 31-33, Copenhagen. Invited speakers: Science Minister Helge Sander, Professor Mathias Uhlén, Stockholm and Steen Riisgaard, Novozymes A / S.
– Danish Conference on Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, the 1-June 2, 2006, Munkebjerg Hotel, Vejle. Theme: “Systems biology – Signal Transduction and Bioprocesses in the Postgenomic Era.”
Scientific meeting: “Pathways of Life: Signaling Pathways in Health and Disease” on June 15, 2006 13:00 to 17:00. Congress Hall, Ingeniørhuset (IDA), Kalvebod Brygge 31-33, Copenhagen. Five invited international speakers.
Annual meeting of the Biochemical Society October 30 – November 1, 2006 Gl. Avernæs Conference Center, Ebberup, Fyn. Theme: “Membrane Proteins – Structure and Function”. Four sessions and a EMBO lecture. Organized in conjunction with the Cancer Society and DBS.