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ASME 2nd Global Congress on NanoEngineering for Medicine & Biology  edit    delete

Category: conference/workshop
Description: The 2013 Congress will focus on the integration of Engineering, Materials Science, and Nanotechnology in addressing fundamental problems in Biology and Medicine and in developing devices, materials and methods for the early detection, imaging of pathological and physiological mechanisms, and treatment of disease.

Technical contributions will consist of oral and poster presentations, including plenary and invited keynote talks. Additional contributions will be presented by members of the engineering community, scientists, clinicians, students and experts from industry and will be focused on the development of new tools, methods and materials impacting biomedicine and life sciences, including nanomedicine and biologically inspired materials and technology.

The following areas will be the focus of NEMB2013:

Track 1 Bioengineering for Medical Diagnostics, Therapeutics and Imaging
Track 2 Nano-/Microfluidics in Biology and Medicine: Analysis, Diagnostics and Therapeutics
Track 3 Nanoengineering for Regenerative Medicine and Tissue Engineering
Track 4 Manufacturing and Materials for Nanomedicine, Biology and Nanoengineering
Track 5 Multiscale Modeling and Experiment in Biology and Medicine
Track 6 Biological Nanomechanics: Materials Factors in Physiology, Disease and Treatment
Track 7 Natural, Biomimetic and Bioinspired Materials and Structures
Track 8 Nanotechnology and Public Health

Tutorials on emerging topics of Nanoengineering for Medicine & Biology will be offered.
When: Monday 04 February, 2013 1:00 pm GMT - Wednesday 06 February, 2013 10:00 pm GMT
Where: Boston, MA
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