AI-driven cancer nanotherapies: from computation to clinic
– an EVO NANO workshop

The workshop, read more; DOWNLOAD PDF

Join us to hear more about the project and how it might impact your work

Location: virtual via zoom

Presenters: from across the Evo nano team

Date and time: Wednesday 16 March 1100 – 1330 (GMT) with a break 1215 – 1230

To register and for more information, please go here
https://evonanoproject.eventbrite.co.uk

NANOTECH 2022, Conference & Expo
June 13-15, Washington DC

Connect with Top Experts and Agencies .
Final Abstracts due this Friday, Feb. 18!

Accelerate your research from lab-level to next-level at the joint Nanotech and TechConnect World Innovation Conferences.

Submit your Abstracts
Applied Research – due to 18 feb

Submit your Innovations
IP/Startup/SBIR – due March 11

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The 13th European and Global CLINAM-Summit will take place as online event from May 2 to May 4, 2022:
“From Hope to Product  -The Brilliant Prospect in Nanomedicine and Related Fields”

  • A review of Predictions from 12 CLINAM Summits – What was achieved?
  • What are the Future Horizons for Nanomedicine

Updated programme of virtual summit, January 15, 2022
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Nanotech France 2022 International Conference and joint events

Submit your abstract by the end of this week

Dear Colleague,

Only four days left to prepare and submit your abstract to be part of the 7th edition of Nanotech France 2022 and joint events NanoMatEn 2022 and NanoMetrology 2022 covering all aspects of nanotechnologies and nanosciences: nanomaterials, graphene, nanometrology, nanoanalysis, nano-energy, nanotoxicity, nanomedicine, etc.

  • Nanotech France 2022 The 7th ed. of Nanotech France 2022 Int. Conference and Exhibition
  • The 7th edition of the NanoMaterials for Energy and Environment 2022 – NanoMatEn 2022, 15 – 17 June 2022
  • NanoMetrology 2022 International conference and exhibition 15 – 17 June, 2022 Paris – France

 

Benefits of Submitting

  • Visibility – present your research work and your group achievements (Oral presentation or poster) alongside highly ranked keynote and invited speakers.
  • Opportunity for oral Presentation that will allow you also to improve your presentation skills- over 250 available slots
  • Attend four conferences at one place
  • Be a Winner – Three attractive awards for best posters
  • Publishing opportunities within international journals with impact factor (Optional, not mandatory)
  • Networking/ Collaborations – meet experts from academia and industry and build valuable partnerships

The abstract submission for oral presentation or poster contribution is open till 14 January 2022.
SUBMIT ABSTRACT

Registration open till 6 May 2022

Registration is open for abstracts authors and co-authors as well as attendees (without presentation) from academia and Industry (without presentation). The deadline for registration is fixed for the 6 May 2022.

Don’t miss the opportunity to benefit from the early bird fee by completing your registration by 25 February 2022.

REGISTER NOW

Important deadlines

  • Abstract Submission Deadline: 14 January, 2022
  • Conference Registration Deadline: 25 March 2022
  • Registration Deadline: 06 May 2022
  • Journal papers submission Deadline: 22 July, 2022

Looking to receive your abstract and welcome you in Paris, France next June 2022.

For more information please visit us on www.setcor.org or contact by email.

Register your interest in order to keep you updated about the event.

Yours sincerely,

SETCOR team

Three questions to

Prof. Börje Sellergren (Biofilm Research Center for Biointerfaces, Malmö University) about his project “Biomimetic sensors for the rapid detection of the SARS-CoV-2 virus”.

What´s the novelty with this project? 
Our reversible self-assembled monolayers (rSAMs) can be seen as rugged mimics of lipid bilayer membranes which can be used to boost sensitivity in virus detection to very high levels. This project focuses on adapting rSAMs to SARS-Cov-2 detection in a fiberoptic nanoplasmonic sensor format featuring low cost, fast response and ruggedness for monitoring of health status or for environmental virus surveillance.

Future implications?
The need for rapid response upon pandemic threats suggests that a new generation quick tests are needed that are not relying on slow to develop antibodies or PCR. We use a mobile epitope approach to mimic the host cell ACE2 receptor in a simple, robust and affordable construct that are easy to produce. With only small changes to the design we can therefore rapidly adapt the sensors/tests to the new virus variants, which is not easy to achieve with alternative approaches.

What´s next? 
We are currently validating the first generation sensor in collaboration with optical sensor experts in Linköping. Preliminary results have shown the sensor to bind the virus with affinities exceeding the host-cell virus interactions in simple model systems. Key now is to investigate the cross reactivity with other virus variants, to tune the mobile epitope design and to test the sensors in relevant bio- or environmental matrices.

For more info about the project please contact Börje Sellergren, borje.sellergren@mau.se

Foto: Leif Johansson

 

Research highlights from NanoMed North members

If you would like to share a publication within the nanomedicine area please contact magdalena.almen@medeon.se

• Membrane Interactions of virus-like mesoporous silica nanoparticles Antimicrobial peptides

(AMPs) are a class of compounds that are attracting interest due to the increase in antibiotic resistance among bacteria. Virus-like mesoporous nanoparticles could be of interest as delivery systems for AMPs. Find out more about this research here.

•  Electrochemical methods for monitoring of bacterial growth

Electrochemical methods are of importance for microbial diagnostics and are commonly employed in biosensors. This work demonstrates the use of a single-well organic electrochemical transistor (OECT) to monitor bacterial growth in real-time. Read more about this research here.

• Optimizing gold nanoparticle-assisted plasmonic photothermal therapy

Gold nanorod-assisted plasmonic photothermal therapy (PPTT) has emerged as a promising treatment for cancer. Findings in this study can have a positive impact on the use and optimization of PPTT in combating tumors. Read more about this research here.

It will take place on Thursday, September 16, 2021 and will be an online event like last year.

Please check out the full program at  https://www.nanomedicines.ca/nmd-2021/
While the Vancouver Nanomedicine Day 2021 is free – thanks to our sponsors – registration is required at the above website.

Unfortunately, there won’t be a Copenhagen Nanomedicine Day this year. However, we’d like to invite you to spend an evening together with your nanomedicine colleagues at the Vancouver Nanomedicine Day 2021 in Vancouver, Canada. The talks will start at 17:00 Copenhagen time, and end at 23:00. It would be wonderful to have you join us. Read on for more details!

This year’s keynote speaker is Dr. Drew Weissman from the University of Pennsylvania, a physician-scientist best known for his contributions to RNA biology, which directly enabled the development of the covid-19 mRNA vaccines. Other contributions from international scientists include Dr. David Brayden from the University College Dublin who will update us on “Nanomedicines for oral peptide delivery”, and Dr. Anna Rosell from the Vall d’Hebron Research Institute in Barcelona who will tell us about “Magnetic nanocarriers targeting brain delivery after stroke”.
Please check out the detailed program that includes another 10 outstanding talks. They will cover not only different radioactive nanomedicines, but also nanomedicine delivery for the treatment of infections, HIV, SARS-Cov-2 and cancer. Polymeric nanoparticles, aptamers, and of course lipid nanoparticles are discussed that aim to target the brain, genetic diseases and atherosclerosis.
We are looking forward to spending a few hours with you during this year’s Vancouver Nanomedicine Day.
Sincerely,
Dr. Urs Hafeli
Professor, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
University of British Columbia
PS: Please don’t hesitate to forward this email to your colleagues who might be interested in nanomedicines. Everybody is welcome!

15 -18 November 2021 | Guangzhou, China

Conference deadlines
Extended abstract submission deadline: 2 July 2021
Early bird registration deadline: 17 September 2021

Conference topics

  • Nanotechnology for Flexible electronics and Brain-machine interface
  • Nanotechnology for COVID-19`s protection, diagnosis, treatment, and vaccine
  • Advanced 2D materials and applications
  • Analytical nanoscience & technologies
  • Atom catalysis and nanocatalysis
  • Bioinspired Interfacial Materials and Devices
  • Carbon Nanomaterials
  • Environmental health and nanosafety aspects of nanotechnologies
  • Inorganic Nanomaterials and Metal-organic Frameworks
  • Modeling and Simulation of Nanostructures
  • Nanotechnology for Energy and Environmental Applications
  • Nanobiotechnology and Nanobiomaterials
  • Nanomedicine and Drug Delivery
  • Nanotechnology for Bioimaging and Diagnostic Applications
  • Nanophotonics and Optoelectronic Nanomaterials and Devices
  • Self-Assembly and Soft Nanomaterials
  • Young Scientist Forum

Submit your abstract

Plenary Speakers
Zhenan Bao, Stanford University, USA
Frank Caruso, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Ben Zhong Tang, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), Hong Kong
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We welcome your participation and look forward to receiving your abstract.
Yours sincerely,

Conference Chair
Professor Yuliang Zhao, PhD
Editor-in-Chief, Nano Today
National Center for Nanoscience and Technology
The GBA National Institute for Nanotechnology Innovation

This Webinar is in zoom and at the same time in live stream for quality reasons.

During the meeting, you can write your questions that reach the chair of the CLINAM-Debate who passes them to the speakers. (Possibility to stay after the meeting for further oral debate in a zoom room) This Debate is open for up to 400 participants. The participation is free however, registration in order to get the link is mandatory. Please go to the registration contact page on our website.

THE FIRST CLINAM DEBATE (1/2021) July 8, 2021
4 hours 16.15 -20.15 (CEST Time)

Accelerating the RNA- Revolution in Medicine

 

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