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SymBioSE is the annual Symposium of Biology Students in Europe. It creates an opportunity for Biology students from all over Europe to get together to inspire each other, discuss their future and the future of Biology, and to think about concerns arising from biological research.


SymBioSE's main objectives are to broaden the horizons of the participating students by excursions, workshops and lectures, to connect participants by discussions and cultural exchange and to inform everybody about current university matters.

SymBioSE 2013 will be hosted by The University of Sheffield in England and will focus on the theme '60 Years of Science', celebrating the 60 year anniversary of the discovery of DNA structure by James Watson and Francis Crick, and the awarding of the Nobel Prize in physiology to Hans Krebs for his elucidation of the Krebs cycle.