Third International NanoBio Conference 2010, Zurich


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Invited Speakers

  • Ick-Chan Kwon
    Korea Institute of Science and Technology
    , Seoul, Korea
    Polymer Nanotechnology for Molecular Imaging

  • Luke P. Lee
    University of California, Berkeley, USA
    Bionanoscience via Satellite Nanoscopes

  • Hongbin Li
    University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
    Protein Mechanics of Artificial Elastomeric proteins: from Single Molecule to Biomaterials

  • Luis M. Liz-Marzan
    Universidade de Vigo, Spain
    SERS-Based Diagnosis and Biodetection

  • Cait MacPhee
    University of Edinburgh, Great Britain
    Hybrid Nanomaterials: Exploiting Biological Self-Assembly for Novel Functions

  • Sebastian Maerkl
    , Lausanne, Switzerland
    Software Programmable Microfluidic Devices: Bringing High-End Microfluidics to the Masses

  • Yasuhiro Matsumura
    National Cancer Center Hospital, Tokyo, Japan
    A New Aspect of Drug Delivery System in Cancer Therapy

  • Sally L. McArthur
    Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia
    Plasma, Particles and PDMS

  • Rachel McKendry
    University College London, Great Britain
    Nanomechanical Sensors for Superbugs and Superdrugs

  • Phillip B. Messersmith
    Northwestern University, Evanston, USA
    Mussel Adhesive Proteins and their Biologically Inspired Analogs for Nanobiotechnology

  • Yukio Nagasaki
    University of Tsukuba, Japan
    Nitroxyl Radical Containing Nanoparticle for Novel Theranostics

  • Andre Nel
    University of California, Los Angeles, USA
    Nanotoxicology as a Predictive Science: From Cells to Animals

  • Demetri Psaltis
    EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
    Second Harmonic Nanoparticles in Bioimaging

  • Simon Scheuring
    Institut Curie
    , Paris, France
    Membrane Proteins in Native Membranes Studied by Atomic Force Microscopy: Watching Biological Nano-Machines at Work

  • Bettina Sobotka
    BASF, Ludwigshafen, Germany
    Biofilms in Industry and Medicine - An Overview

  • Patrick S. Stayton
    University of Washington
    , Seattle, USA
    Opening the Intracellular Universe of Disease Targets to Biologic Drugs

  • Molly Stevens
    Imperial College, London, Great Britain
    Engineering the Cell-Material Interface

  • Samuel I. Stupp
    Northwestern University
    , Evanston, USA
    Cell Signaling with Nanostructures for Regeneration

  • Lech Wieczorek
    CSIRO, Lindfield, Australia
    Gold Nanoparticle Chemiresistors - Towards a Universal (Bio)Chemical Sensor System?

  • Itamar Willner
    The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
    , Israel
    Functional Biomolecule Nanostructures for Sensing, Catalysis and Circuitry

  • Karen L. Wooley
    Texas A&M University
    , USA
    Well-Defined, Biologically-Inspired Nanoscopic Objects Derived from Synthetic Polymer Building Blocks

  • Yi Yan Yang
    A*Star Singapore
    , Singapore
    Nanostructures Self-Assembled from Polymers with Well-Defined Molecular Structure for Targeted Delivery of Therapeutics

  • Renato Zenobi
    ETH, Zurich, Switzerland
    Label-Free Chemical Nanoanalysis of Biological Samples using Tip-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (TERS)
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