e-Zyvec is ‘Touring’ for two days at the 7th AIS organzed by MabDesign. Meet us at the Innovation Village. Let’s reshape the bioengineering world together !
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A Thriving opportunity for us to present our services to scientists in the field of Neurosciences. e-Zyvec is present for three days as exhibitor during this international meeting.
We are proudly showing our colors for three days in this famous event.
It has been too long since the last post, but this one is for a big event. We will spend 3 days in Paris this month to welcome partners and customers on our very own stand (J23) in Paris Porte de Versailles. Spread the word ! Come to meet us !
e-Zyvec is back in Toulouse this week, and proud to have been selected to present a poster at the 4th Applied Synthetic Biology in Europe. Find out how we have optimized the origin of replication of our vectors or how we can build up vectors expressing 4 independant genes in one go.
e-Zyvec is travelling to The Giga institute of Liège this week. We will be working for two days with our partner Emmanuel Di Valentin and meeting researchers from the institute to showcase our tech.
LMI-innovation network was amongst the first local actors who supported us for creating and developing e-Zyvec. It has been a year now that we are part of their network. All the 2017 laureates will present their innovation and company next month at the prestigious CCI of Lille . Hope to meet uou there and share our […]
E-zyvec will be in Belium again this week to atted the Bioproduction vol7 Cell and Gene Therapies B4B-Connection / Charleroi, 7-8 fevrier 2018. We hope to meet you there to discuss how you can benefit from our expertise in designing tailor-made vectors.
Dear followers and visitors, as the new year is kicking off nicely, e-Zyvec will be attending the GENOME ENGINEERING AND SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY (3RD EDITION) VIB Conference, by 25th & 26th of January. So far, we have been dealing with several demands of CRISPR-based vectors for regular gene-editing (plasmid or viral vectors), gene-trapping strategies, genomic tagging […]