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7th Annual Nanobiotechnology Symposium


for Members

7th Annual Nanobiotechnology Symposium

Monday, October 23, 2006

Cornell University - G10 Biotechnology Building

Presented By

Presented by the New York Academy of Sciences and Cornell University


Keynote Speaker: Tejal Desai, University of California at San Francisco

Invited Speakers:  Robert Austin, Princeton University; Emmanuel Giannelis, Cornell University; David Lin, Cornell University; Manfred Lindau, Cornell University; Jose Moran-Mirabal, Cornell University; Christopher Ober, Cornell University; Michael Schuler, Cornell University; James Turner, Wadsworth Center; Larry Walker, Cornell University; Michelle Wang, Cornell University
The New York Academy of Sciences is proud to co-sponsor the 7th Annual Nanobiotechnology Symposium with Cornell University. The Symposium will cover topics including nanoparticles as biosensors; ultrasensitive chemical analysis; molecular ecology and bioprocessing; understanding cellular mechanisms using nanoprobes; and nanodevices for advancing medical diagnostics.

This meeting is an excellent opportunity to learn of recent advances in Nanobiotechnology and to meet with the Center's faculty, researchers, students, and partners. The meeting will include presentations from invited spakers, lively discussions, and posters from NBTC and related research projects.