International Conference on Nanobioscience, Molecular Medicine and Engineering

Start Date : 2015/12/24

Termination date : 2015/12/25

City : Dubai


Website : ‎http://www.waset.org/conference/2015/12/dubai/ICNMME

Description : The ICNMME 2015 : 17th International Conference on Nanobioscience, Molecular Medicine and Engineering is the premier interdisciplinary forum for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of Nanobioscience, Molecular Medicine and Engineering. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars in the domain of interest from around the world. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

  • Nanobioscience, Molecular Medicine and Engineering
  • Fabrication and compatibility of nanostructured materials for biological and medical applications
  • Nanomaterials, including nanotubes, fullerenes, nano-particles, quantum dots, etc.
  • Engineered surfaces using assembled molecular arrays for guided interactions between biomolecules and cells
  • Cell-cell interaction and cell mechanics at the nanoscale
  • Tissue, cell, and genetic engineering at the nanoscale or involving nanomedical tools
  • Nanotechnology based diagnostic tools and analytical techniques, including nanoimaging of biomolecules, nanorobotic based bio-manipulation, biosensors, molecular sensors, nanoprobes, and biochips
  • Applications of nano and molecular technologies in the diagnosis, prevention, therapy, and treatment of disease
  • Measurement and sensing of single cells, cell systems and biomolecules by optical, chemical or physical methods
  • Molecular electronics and nanoscale diagnostic devices
  • Bioinformatics, biocomputing and molecular computing
  • Device miniaturization, including bioMEMS, micro/nano fluidics, nano/molecular sensors, devices, and systems
  • Implanted micro/nano devices for prevention and treatment of disease
  • Drug, protein, or gene delivery, transport, and targeting using nanoscale particles, devices, and systems
  • Nanoscale genomic and proteomic research
  • Clinical and pre-clinical testing of novel nanomedical devices and systems
  • Specific focus on development and clinical use from the perspectives of safety, efficacy, economics, and ultimate patient uptake