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Nanomed 2005 is hosted by the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, with partners Centre of Excellence for Life Sciences (CELS) and the Centre of Excellence for Nanotechnology, Micro and Photonic Systems (CENAMPS).

Nanomed 2005 will take place at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, July 6th & 7th in the new Beehive facility at the heart of the university.

As research in nanoscale science progresses, its value within healthcare applications increases. This conference will bring together international speakers and delegates to discuss the value and significance of these rapid progressions and the implications of nanoscale technologies in clinical applications.

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