Speakers 2021 (to be confirmed)

Christine MummeryLeiden University, NL

Keynote speaker 2021
on "Human stem cells in microphysiological systems: cardiovascular models and beyond"

Christine MummeryLeiden University, NL

Keynote speaker 2021
on "Human stem cells in microphysiological systems: cardiovascular models and beyond"

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Andreas HierlemannETH Zurich, CH

Keynote speaker 2021
on "Microtechnology and microelectronics to characterize neurons and networks at subcellular resolution"

Andreas HierlemannETH Zurich, CH

Keynote speaker 2021
on "Microtechnology and microelectronics to characterize neurons and networks at subcellular resolution"

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Benjamin G. DavisUniversity of Oxford, UK

Keynote speaker 2021
on "Sugars and Proteins"

Benjamin G. DavisUniversity of Oxford, UK

Keynote speaker 2021
on "Sugars and Proteins"

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Christine SchmidtUniversity of Manchester, UK

Invited speaker 2021
on "Engineering human sperm for cancer therapies"

Christine SchmidtUniversity of Manchester, UK

Invited speaker 2021
on "Engineering human sperm for cancer therapies"

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Ali Abou-HassanSorbonne University, FR

Invited speaker 2021
on "Multi-scale approach to thermal therapies for cancer treatment: from simple magnetic nanoparticles to magnetoplasmonic nanohybrids"

Ali Abou-HassanSorbonne University, FR

Invited speaker 2021
on "Multi-scale approach to thermal therapies for cancer treatment: from simple magnetic nanoparticles to magnetoplasmonic nanohybrids"

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Lucio IsaETH Zurich, CH

Invited speaker 2021
on "Fabricating and controlling active particles"

Lucio IsaETH Zurich, CH

Invited speaker 2021
on "Fabricating and controlling active particles"

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Adriele Prina-MelloTrinity College Dublin, IRL

Invited speaker 2021

Adriele Prina-MelloTrinity College Dublin, IRL

Invited speaker 2021

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Thomas GervaisPolytechnique Montréal, CA

Invited speaker 2021
on "Transport theory-guided innovation in microfluidics: from 3D ex vivo culture to advanced reagent delivery systems"

Thomas GervaisPolytechnique Montréal, CA

Invited speaker 2021
on "Transport theory-guided innovation in microfluidics: from 3D ex vivo culture to advanced reagent delivery systems"

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Participant feedback - 2019

Nanobiotech's specific assets are its good "small" size, renowed speakers and high quality scientific content.

Participant feedback - 2019

This conference has a diversity of content and a strong, friendly community., which makes networking easy.

Participant feedback - 2019

Nanobiotech is very well organized and the food is good! There are many opportunities for interactions.

Participant feedback - 2019

Its small environment makes it easy to connect, to share and create ideas and enables lots of good discussions.

Group picture of the 2019 edition
2019 Chair, Prof. Séverine Le Gac, 1st left

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