Nanotechnology in Medicine and Biotechnology Seminar 05 October 2010

Attend this seminar to have your questions answered by our exceptional speaker line up.


Speakers include:



· Prof Peter Dobson, Academic Director, Begbroke Science Park, Oxford University


· Prof Phil Prewett, Professor of MicroEngineering and Nanotechnology, University of Birmingham


· Prof Alok Bhushan, Professor, Department of Biomedical & Pharmcaeutical Science, Idaho State University, USA


· Dr Paula Mendes, University Academic Fellow, Chemical Engineering, University of Birmingham



This seminar aims to address technical topics working from the context of clinical needs, achievements and future aims. The event will explore relevant
technical achievements, the role of nanotechnology in the advance of medicine
and bio-sensing techniques. In the sessions of the seminar, the impact of
nanotechnology will be demonstrated through leading presentations.



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