Modifications of biomacromolecules represent a rapidly growing field in chemical biology. Being able to precisely manipulate
the structure and control the function of biomacromolecules will enhance our understanding of biological processes and provide
new avenues for therapeutic applications.
This conference aims to bring together scientists from chemistry and biology working on chemical biology approaches to make, modify and control biomacromolecules in vitro, in cells and in vivo. The conference will cover new approaches for the (semi)-synthesis, modification, analysis and small molecule control of proteins, and analysis of proteins, nucleic acids and glycans including bioorthogonal chemistry and synthetic biology. New tools for analysis or (light)-control of biological systems and “omics” approaches are explicitly welcome.