Colloids and Nanomedicine 2012
Save the date! 3rd International Colloids Conference
- Colloids & Energy
21-24 April 2013, Xiamen, China. Visit www.colloidsconference.com
Following the successful Colloids and Materials 2011, this second event in the “Colloids” series of conferences will have a focus on the rapidly growing Nanomedicine area.
As with the previous meeting, a platform will be provided for first-rate reviews and discussions with leading international scientists and engineers working in the fields of biomaterials, drug delivery, sensors, imaging and diagnostics. This conference will provide a synthesis between medical/biological needs and advanced colloids/surface properties (the latter based on detailed physicochemical understanding).This in turn promising for a more rational materials and product development.
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Attendance at this meeting will enable to you to:
- Present your latest research as Oral or Poster presentation
- Learn from internationally renowned researchers in a programme covering all aspects of biomaterials, colloids and drug delivery
- Understand the current state of research and the challenges to future discovery
- Network with international colleagues and grow your LinkedIn connections
- Experience a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the middle of summer!
Abstracts for poster and oral presentations are invited on the following topics:
- Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine
- Drug delivery
- Surfaces and colloids in imaging and diagnostics
- Microfluidics with colloidal systems
- Toxicology and risk assessment of nanomedicine systems
- Responsive colloids and materials
- Lipid and biomimetic membranes
- Proteins and peptides at interfaces
- Soft matter, surfactants, polymers in biological systems
- Adsorption, catalysis, and electrochemistry in biological systems
- Interfacial processes, capillarity and wetting in biological systems
- Novel phenomena and techniques