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This symposium assembles approximately 60 experts from different fields to discuss a new paradigmatic understanding of how Evolution learnt to learn, i.e., epigenetic marking, transgenerational inheritance, cell fate and identity, morphology, physiology, genetic instructions, neuroepigenetic reprogramming, memory/ learning, physical and mental disease, immunity, and the roles of persistent viruses and their co-opted and exapted defectives such as non-coding RNA networks and mobile genetic elements.
Have a look at the previous meetings and Proceedings:
Symposium 2018: Evolution – Genetic Novelty/Genomic Variations by
RNA Networks and Viruses
Symposium 2014: DNA Habitats and Their RNA Inhabitants
Symposium 2008: Natural Genetic Engineering and Natural Genome Editing