This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement no. 814168.
CORDIS PROJECT ID 218110.
Aim of the symposium: Lactic Acid Bacteria play important roles in the production of food and feed throughout the world in addition to being used as health-promoting probiotics. The incessant scientific interest in these microorganisms by academic research groups as well as by industry has resulted in many important scientific breakthroughs and has led to new applications. A series of tri-annual symposia on Lactic Acid Bacteria was started in 1983 in order to communicate and stimulate research on Lactic Acid Bacteria and their application.
The 13th Symposium programme will include:
• 14 invited plenary lectures providing overviews of state-of-the-art developments in five selected scientific areas,
• 3 short plenary lectures, selected from the abstracts, that cover the most recent advances in LAB research,
• central in the programme each day: the online interactive poster session.
The scientific areas that will be covered are
 Microbial Communities,
 Genetics and Genomics,
 Fermentation and Metabolism,
 Host-Microbe Interactions,
 Bacteriophages and Antimicrobials.
More information you can find HERE.
Wed, 03 March