NanoBio Europe 2012 (NanoBio Europe 2012)
|Event Date/Time: Jun 18, 2012||End Date/Time: Jun 20, 2012|
|Registration Date: May 18, 2012|
|Abstract Submission Date: Apr 20, 2012|
|Paper Submission Date: Jun 08, 2012|
Nanobiotechnology is one of the most fascinating and challenging fields of research and development. It is highly multidisciplinary, involving research from all scientific and engineering disciplines, together with relevant clinical expertise as applicable. As such, nanobiotechnology provides great opportunities for innovation through converging of knowledge in materials, photonics, electronics, biology and medicine, with technology-driven and application-driven approaches.
The major focus of the NanoBio-Europe Conference is on medical and biological applications of nanobiotechnology, in which nanotechnology enabled devices and systems which should provide the basis for better, more accessible healthcare and testing strategies with improved outcomes for the citizen.
Keynote speakers who are global experts in selected fields of nanobiotechnology will present some exciting recent developments and their future visions within each session. There will also be a special session with keynote presentations from some of the international experts in nanobiotechnology based in Italy.
List of topics:
Nano-enabled drug delivery
Nanotechnology for medical applications
In vivo imaging
Biomarkers and nanoparticles
Cell analysis and manipulation
Sensors and actuators
Bio-nano materials and tissues
NanoBio-Europe offers 3 days of:
Keynotes and concurrent sessions on specific issues
Tandem talks (science and industry)
In summary, NanoBio-Europe 2012 will not only provide a great opportunity to hear about the latest developments in nanobiotechnology and related applications, but also to experience the combination of working and social environment in Varese, that will energize people to envisage new projects, initiate new multidisciplinary collaborations, and have fun in the process.
To ensure that the conference is especially accessible to young researchers, registration costs have been kept to the minimum, and high quality low cost accommodation options have been negotiated.