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Advances in Microfuidics and Nanofluidics 2013

24 May 2013 - 26 May 2013 - University of Notre Dame, IN, USA



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Advances in Microfluidics & Nanofluidics (AMN) 2013 is the fourth AMN conference after successful meetings previously held in Hong Kong (2009), Singapore (2011) and Dalian, China (2012). The aim of the conference is to provide a forum to promote scientific exchange and to foster closer networks and collaborative ties between leading international micro/nanofluidics researchers across various disciplines from engineering, physics, chemistry, biology, material science and biotechnology.

The scope of AMN 2013 is deliberately broad and interdisciplinary, encompassing the latest advances and the most innovative developments in micro/nanoscale science and technology. Topics range from fundamental research to its applications in chemistry, physics, biology, materials and medicine.



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