Bio-nano interactions: new tools, insights and impacts
Satellite meeting organised by Dr Michaela Kendall, Professor Kevin Kendall FRS, Professor Liam Grover and Professor Paula Mendes
Bionanotechnology is advancing to control and understand bio-nano interactions. New materials and devices are developed for applications, such as medicine. Influencing biology with nanoscopic materials provides opportunity to create innovative therapies or detect disease with unprecedented sensitivity, revealing the functions of cell components or molecules. Intracellular interference implies that toxicological risk should also be considered and avoided by safe design.
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Call for posters
To submit a poster to the organisers for inclusion in the meeting please email a title, 150 abstract and authors to the events team.
Biographies of the organisers and speakers are available below. Recorded audio of the presentations will be available on this page after the event.
Attending this event
This is a residential conference, which allows for increased discussion and networking. It is free to attend, however participants need to cover their accommodation and catering costs if required.
Enquiries: Contact the events team
Participants are encouraged to attend the related scientific discussion meeting which immediately precedes this event and is open to all.
Session 1: Biological control and monitoring using nanotechnology
Session 2: Therapeutic potential of nanotechnology
Session 3: Human bio-nano interactions: what we know
Session 4: The implications of bio-nano interactions for society