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7th International Polysaccharide Conference of the European Polysaccharide Network of Excellence (EPNOE)- EPNOE2021

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Latest news: the scientific program is now available!

The 7th EPNOE conference is about to start in less than one month in person! We will be very happy to welcome you to Nantes, France.
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Welcome to EPNOE 2021

Welcome to the 7th International Congress of the European Polysaccharide Network of Excellence taking place  from October 11 to 15 in Nantes!

The sanitary conditions in France improved and large events such as the EPNOE conference are allowed without restriction in the number of participants, the congress will take place in person as initially planned.
We received more than 350 abstracts with the 5 plenary lectures, 16 session keynotes, 200 accepted oral presentations and 100 posters: this will constitute an exciting scientific program!
The scientific program and the book of abstracts are now available.
In the best traditions of EPNOE, the conference will promote wide dissemination of research results and cross-fertilization of ideas in the field of polysaccharides. The scientific program is based on the advice of eminent scientists from the scientific committee and proposals of topics from session organizers. Our ambition is to have a scientific program that covers all fundamental and applied research involving polysaccharides. The conference venue will offer a friendly environment and excellent conditions for networking and exchange of ideas.
Please just note that  the European sanitary pass is required to travel to and in France and to have access to public transport, restaurants and other public places. The “Cité des Congrés”, which will host the EPNOE conference, will check the sanitary passes and will not allow the access to any person who does not have one. Please keep this in mind when preparing your trip.
For your venue you will find practical information and more Info about covid dispositions on the conference website.
On behalf of the EPNOE association, the Cellulose and Renewable Materials division of the American Chemical Society, and the Cellulose Society of Japan, the conference will be organized by five French laboratories recognized for their research in polysaccharides and their commitments to EPNOE.
The 7th EPNOE conference will take place in Nantes, an attractive, eco-friendly and comfortable sized city, easily accessible from all over the world. We hope that your stay will be enjoyable and fruitful.
We wish you a pleasant stay in France and in Nantes. 
The hosting consortium
Bernard Cathala and Johnny Beaugrand, INRAE BIA, Nantes
Tatiana Budtova, CEMEF/MINES ParisTech, Sophia Antipolis
Alain Dufresne, LGP2-PAGORA, Grenoble
Etienne Fleury, IMP-INSA, Lyon
Nicolas Le Moigne and Stéphane Corn, C2MA / IMT Mines Alès