International Conference of RNA Nanotechnology Cleveland OH Oct 23-25

The 2010 international conference on RNA nanotechnology will be the
first of its kind to bring together more than 30 invited speakers of the
brightest minds throughout the world to disseminate their knowledge
involving RNA nanotechnology and its applications. This meeting aims to
promote collaboration among the researchers for advancing this
interesting emerging field of science. The scientific presentations have
been set from 3:00 pm October 23 to noon October 25. The venue will be
the beautiful Crowne Plaza Hotel in downtown Cleveland, OH immediately
following the 2010 RNA Rustbelt Meeting, a well-established conference
for US mid-western RNA scientists to gather from noon Oct 22 to 2:00pm
Oct 23. Registration is currently open! Poster sessions and 30 minute
invited talks by the renowned scientists will take place throughout,
ending with a poster award ceremony and a brief meeting of conference
chairs/affiliates to discuss the future of the conference in RNA
nanotechnology.

We ensure that you will find the meeting presentations pioneering, awe-inspiring, and beyond the imagination!

Nanotechnology has breached beyond imaginable possibilities and the idea
of DNA nanotechnology has led to the explosion of new knowledge. RNA is
unique in nanoscale fabrication due to its amazing diversity of
function and structure. RNA nanoparticles can be fabricated with a level
of simplicity characteristic of DNA while possessing versatile
structure and catalytic function similar to that of proteins. A large
variety of single stranded loops are suitable for inter- and
intra-molecular interactions serving as mounting dovetails in
self-assembly without the need for external linking dowels. Novel
properties of RNA nanoparticles have been explored for treatment and
detection of diseases and various other realms.

Please visit our website at http://www.eng.uc.edu/nanomedicine/RNA2010/index.html for more information!

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