Open Access Virtual Conference

21st September 2022 | 2pm BST | 9am EST | 6am PST

Join this conference if you want to expand your CRISPR toolbox with advice from leaders and pioneers in the field.

Why you should attend

CRISPR is a fast-moving technology that has revolutionized research, and the toolbox of CRISPR techniques is ever expanding. By joining this conference, you’ll:

  • improve your CRISPR know-how;
  • expand your CRISPR toolkit;
  • discover new, cutting edge CRISPR techniques;
  • get hands-on, practical advice from leaders and pioneers in CRISPR methods.

Places are limited so register now to claim your spot.

Keynote Speakers

Alexis KomorAssistant Professor, University of California, San Diego

Base editing in practice

Antony AdamsonManager, Genome Editing unit at The University of Manchester

Design, Develop, Deliver and Detect – the 4 D’s of CRISPR gene editing

Bill SkarnesProfessor and Director, Cellular Engineering, The Jackson Laboratory

Precise, high-efficiency editing of stem cells to probe human biology and model disease


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About Lab Meetings Live

For over a decade we, scientists, and companies have been sharing know-how and ideas on the Bitesize Bio platform via articles, webinars, and other rich content. Now we are excited to introduce Lab Meetings Live—the latest extension of Bitesize Bio’s capabilities in bringing together sections of the scientific community, and relevant companies, for targeted knowledge-sharing sessions. 

Lab Meetings Live is an ongoing series of intimate virtual conferences, with one important distinction: while the focus of most conference content is on sharing the latest research results, Lab Meetings Live focuses on methods, techniques, and tools that can be used to get results.

Submit your abstract

Submit your abstract for consideration now using the button below.

Your abstract should be 200-300 words and should focus on a method that utilizes CRISPR and is of interest to a broad audience.

Chosen talks will last approximately 20 minutes plus up to 10 minutes Q&A time. Posters will be viewable online throughout the day, with discussion aided by live chat.

The deadline for abstract submission is 30 June 2022.