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We envision the ECI Nanotechnology in Medicine conference to provide a platform to aid in the mechanistic understanding of cellular and molecular interactions/responses induced by nanotechnologies and the exploitation of these understandings to generate highly effective nanotechnologies for the early detection, imaging and treatment of human diseases. The conference will bring together biologists, materials scientists, physicists, engineers and clinical scientists.
This conference will represent a forum to discuss new opportunities and challenges in the field of nanotechnology in medicine and to foster the development of synergic collaborations among scientists with diverse backgrounds and expertise.
• Attract high quality papers in different subfields.
• Offer the opportunity to be updated on the latest research outputs on several Nanotechnology and Nanoscience topics.
• Organize specific workshops around the most attractive and current issues.
• Gather worldwide experts as conference speakers.
Nanotech-2016 will be one of the largest international conventions of researchers, scientists, professors, and students in the field of Nanotechnology. The conference will give participants a platform to exchange ideas, discover novel opportunities, and broaden their knowledge. The main theme of the Nanotech-2016 conference is ” Building things from the bottom up, with atomic precision
Last updated: 18 June 2016