The focus of this conference will be the biophysics of the mitotic spindle, with emphasis on self-organization, forces, size and shape of the spindle. Our goal is to bring together scientists working on cell biology and quantitative imaging of the spindle, in vitro reconstitution of spindle subsystems, and theoretical models that link these experiments to provide new insights.
Previous editions of the conference:
Mitotic spindle 2019 #SpindleCroatia2019
Mitotic spindle 2021 #SpindleCroatia2021
Kruno Vukušić, Ivana Šarić
Ruđer Bošković Institute
Lucija Kardaš Faculty of Science, Croatia
Website by Nenad Pavin
Scientific Committee includes the organizers and:
Contact person: Nina Dumančić
Phone: + 385 1 4827-279
The hotel is only steps away from the pebble beaches of the Adriatic coastline as well as only few kilometres away from the old town.
Taxi provides easy transportation from the airport to this hotel.
Meeting room comes with high-tech audiovisual equipment, free high-speed, wireless Internet and an abundance of natural daylight.
For more information on accommodation and travel please send an e-mail to Nina Dumančić: firstname.lastname@example.org
Conference registration fee is 400 EUR.
The conference registration fee includes:
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