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It is our great pleasure to announce that the 8th NanoBio-Europe International Congress & Exhibition on nanobiotechnology - NanoBio Europe 2012 - that will be held from June 18th to 20th 2012 at Villa Ponti, Varese, Italy.
More than 250 attendees expected
- Industrial Exhibition
- Company presentation
- Posters sessions
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.
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Dr Francois Rossi
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