Nanotechnology in Medicine and Biotechnology

05 October 2010
One Birdcage Walk, London, UK

Seminar Details:

Nanotechnology is currently one of the most funded research areas in developed countries. It will have significant impact on the medical and
biotechnology industries and healthcare technologies in the 21st
Nanotechnology has wide-ranging applications, such as drug synthesis and
delivery, cell surgery and therapy, early disease diagnosis and
biosensors and medical implants. The organising of this event will help
promote IMechE as a leading organisation in the area of emerging

This seminar aims to address:
Technical topics
working from the context of clinical needs,
achievements and future aims. Explore relevant technical achievements,
the role
of nanotechnology in the advance of medicine and bio-sensing techniques.

The impact of nanotechnology will be demonstrated through leading

To register visit or call Engineering in
Medicine and Health Executive Bubli Miah on +44 20 7304 6829

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