DNA polymerases are not only the key proteins required to maintain the integrity of the genome under many different cellular circumstances, but are also important enzymes in technology application. After Ascona (2010), Madrid (2012), Cambridge (2014), Biarritz (2016) and Leiden (2018), we are delighted to welcome you to the sixth biennial international meeting on DNA polymerases in Stockholm (Sweden). The meeting will take place from the afternoon of the 20th until the evening of the 23rd of September 2020 and will include the latest discoveries on core concepts of DNA polymerase structure and function, as well as their roles in mutagenesis and pathologies. The aim of the meeting is to provide a broad coverage of the field of DNA polymerases with a speaker line-up of leading scientists. In addition, each session will include several selected talks from submitted abstracts.