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BioNanoMed 2012

01 Mar 2012 - 02 Mar 2012 - Krems, Austria



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The comprehensive technical program of BioNanoMed 2012 is covering pioneering developments for early recognition and treatment of diseases.

The purpose of the International Conference is to bring together researchers and practitioners from Natural Science, Medical Science and Engineering Subjects.

TOPICS for BioNanoMed 2012

“Nanotechnology Enables Personalised  Medicine”
New Frontiers in Medicine & Biology
1) Cancer
   - Magnetic Nanotherapy, Receptor based Targeting

2) Nanostructured Materials for Regenerative Medicine
     - Dentistry, Cardiovascular Science, Neurology, Orthopedics   

3) Diagnostics & Therapy    
    - Molecular Imaging, Nano-MRI, Nano-Sensing, Drug Delivery

4) Multidisciplinary Nano-Technologies    
    - NanoBio-Photonics, NanoBio-Electronics, Nano-Toxicology

Special Session I
How to bridge the gap between engineers,clinical scientists and doctors

Special Session II
Commercialisation of NanoMedicine Products / Processes

Exhibition
BioNanoMed 2012 serves as an excellent platform to present your company/institution, to promote your product portfolio and to establish direct links to a broad audience of experts.

Erwin Schrödinger Society Poster Award
Erwin Schrödinger Society Poster Awards 2012 are intended to recognize outstanding research and are granted to the three best poster contributions (€ 300 for the first, € 200 for the second and € 100 for the third place).

Special "Nanotoxicology" Poster Award by BioNanoNet
The best poster in the field of nanotoxicology will be awarded with € 250,- and published in the EURO-NanoTox-Letters.


Further information
Scientific News
Breakthrough Flu Vaccine Inhibited by Pre-existing Antibodies
Universal truths – how existing antibodies are sabotaging the most promising new human flu vaccines.
Liquid Biopsies: Miracle Diagnostic or Next New Fad?
Thanks to the development of highly specific gene-amplification and sequencing technologies liquid biopsies access more biomarkers relevant to more cancers than ever before.
New Medication Shows Promise Against Liver Fibrosis in Animal Studies
Liver fibrosis is a gradual scarring of the liver that puts people at risk for progressive liver disease and liver failure.
Raw Eggs Deemed Safe to Eat
A report published today by the Advisory Committee on the Microbiological Safety of Food (ACMSF) into egg safety has shown a major reduction in the risk from salmonella in UK eggs.
Monitoring TTX Toxin in Shellfish
In a number of small studies, mussels and oysters from the eastern and northern part of the Oosterschelde in Holland were found to contain tetrodotoxin (TTX).
Gene Terapy for Muscle Wasting Developed
New gene therapy could save millions of people suffering from muscle wasting disease.
NIH Begins Yellow Fever Vaccine Trial
NIH has initiated an early-stage clinical trial of a vaccine to protect against yellow fever.
Gene-Editing 'Toolbox' Targets Multiple Genes Simultaneously
Researchers have designed a system that modifies, or edits, multiple genes in a genome at once while minimising unintentional effects.
Detecting Alzheimer's with Smell Test
Odour identification test may offer low-cost alternative for predicting cognitive decline and detecting early-stage Alzheimer’s disease.
Antibody Drug Shows Promise in HIV Treatment
Researchers are a step closer to an alternative HIV treatment that has the potential for lasting effects and less frequent dosing.
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