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A Nano Approach for ELA 2012

Published: Monday, April 16, 2012
Last Updated: Sunday, April 15, 2012
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Nano and microfluidics one of eight available conference streams.

Select Biosciences has announced that a new conference stream, dedicated to the issues and technologies associated with the rapidly developing Nano and Microfluidics field, will form one of the eight topical conference streams.

The use of nano and microfluidics has greatly expanded over the last few years, and this stream aims to provide delegates with an overview of the field, with talks on the advances in microfabrication and applications of nano and microfluidics.

These will be addressed by the renowned keynote speakers Andrew deMello of ETH Zurich, Abraham Lee of the University of California and Jean-Louis Viovy of the Curie Institute.

The ELA conference will be held at the Congress Center Hamburg, Germany from 30th-31st May, and will include an exhibition showcasing the latest in automated instruments and workflows.

Registered delegates will also have access to all of the eight conference streams.


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