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The INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF NANOMEDICINE has the pleasure to invite you to attend the course Nanofluidics, Nanoimaging and Nanomanipulation that will be held on 5-11 April 2018 at International ETTORE MAJORANA FOUNDATION AND CENTRE FOR SCIENTIFIC CULTURE of ERICE (Sicily) Italy.

Workshop organized by the Ecole Polytechnique Fdrale de Lausanne (EPFL) and Vision Dyamics, in conjunction with the CMi annual review meeting at EPFL, 8 May 2018 at the Rolex Learning Center (RLC) at EPFL.

ETPN2018, the 13th annual meeting of the European Technology Platform on Nanomedicine, will be held in Berlin on May 28-30 2018. Three days to bring the European Nanomedicine community together!

International conference of Nanotechnologies and Bionanoscience in Heraklion, Crete.

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Public ETP Nanomedicine

The INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF NANOMEDICINE has the pleasure to invite you to attend the course Nanofluidics, Nanoimaging and Nanomanipulation that will be held on 5-11 April 2018 at International ETTORE MAJORANA FOUNDATION AND CENTRE FOR SCIENTIFIC CULTURE of ERICE (Sicily) Italy.

Workshop organized by the Ecole Polytechnique Fdrale de Lausanne (EPFL) and Vision Dyamics, in conjunction with the CMi annual review meeting at EPFL, 8 May 2018 at the Rolex Learning Center (RLC) at EPFL.

ETPN2018, the 13th annual meeting of the European Technology Platform on Nanomedicine, will be held in Berlin on May 28-30 2018. Three days to bring the European Nanomedicine community together!

International conference of Nanotechnologies and Bionanoscience in Heraklion, Crete.

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Nanomedicinelab

ACS Nano, 2018, in press

Chem, 2018, in press

Nanoscale, 2018, in press

Science Robotics, 2017, 2, 12, eaaq1155

Nanoscale, 2017, in press

Advanced Healthcare Materials, 2017, in press

2D Materials, 2017, in press

npj 2D Materials and Applications, 2017, in press

Advanced Healthcare Materials, 2017, in press

Advanced Materials, 2017, 1700909 | DOI: 10.1002/adma.201700909

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Nanomedicinelab

Public ETP Nanomedicine

The INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF NANOMEDICINE has the pleasure to invite you to attend the course Nanofluidics, Nanoimaging and Nanomanipulation that will be held on 5-11 April 2018 at International ETTORE MAJORANA FOUNDATION AND CENTRE FOR SCIENTIFIC CULTURE of ERICE (Sicily) Italy.

Workshop organized by the Ecole Polytechnique Fdrale de Lausanne (EPFL) and Vision Dyamics, in conjunction with the CMi annual review meeting at EPFL, 8 May 2018 at the Rolex Learning Center (RLC) at EPFL.

ETPN2018, the 13th annual meeting of the European Technology Platform on Nanomedicine, will be held in Berlin on May 28-30 2018. Three days to bring the European Nanomedicine community together!

International conference of Nanotechnologies and Bionanoscience in Heraklion, Crete.

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Nanomedicine | NEJM

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Nanomedicine | NEJM

Nanomedicinelab

ACS Nano, 2018, in press

Chem, 2018, in press

Nanoscale, 2018, in press

Science Robotics, 2017, 2, 12, eaaq1155

Nanoscale, 2017, in press

Advanced Healthcare Materials, 2017, in press

2D Materials, 2017, in press

npj 2D Materials and Applications, 2017, in press

Advanced Healthcare Materials, 2017, in press

Advanced Materials, 2017, 1700909 | DOI: 10.1002/adma.201700909

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Nanomedicinelab

Public ETP Nanomedicine

The INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF NANOMEDICINE has the pleasure to invite you to attend the course Nanofluidics, Nanoimaging and Nanomanipulation that will be held on 5-11 April 2018 at International ETTORE MAJORANA FOUNDATION AND CENTRE FOR SCIENTIFIC CULTURE of ERICE (Sicily) Italy.

Workshop organized by the Ecole Polytechnique Fdrale de Lausanne (EPFL) and Vision Dyamics, in conjunction with the CMi annual review meeting at EPFL, 8 May 2018 at the Rolex Learning Center (RLC) at EPFL.

ETPN2018, the 13th annual meeting of the European Technology Platform on Nanomedicine, will be held in Berlin on May 28-30 2018. Three days to bring the European Nanomedicine community together!

International conference of Nanotechnologies and Bionanoscience in Heraklion, Crete.

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Regenerative Nanomedicine Lab

Our recent research article “In-vitro Topographical Model of Fuchs Dystrophy for Evaluation of Corneal Endothelial Cell Monolayer Formation” appeared on theBack cover of Advanced Healthcare Materials latest issue.

Several diseases have been known to be caused by microstructural changes in the extracellular microenvironment. Therefore, the knowledge of the interaction of cells with the altered extracellular micro-structures or surface topography is critical to develop a better understanding of the disease for therapeutic development. One such disease is Fuchs corneal endothelial dystrophy (FED). FED is the primary disease and major reason of corneal endothelial cell death. If left untreated, corneal blindness will be resulted; thus, FED is the leading indication for corneal transplantation. In the USA, 4% of population over the age of 40 is believed to have compromised corneal endothelium due to FED, which will further increase due to increasing life expectancy and rapidly ageing population. A diagnostic clinical hallmark of FED is the development of discrete pillar or dome-like microstructures on the corneal endothelial basement membrane (Descemet membrane). These microstructures are called corneal guttata or guttae. Cell therapies have been proposed as an alternative treatment method for Fuchs dystrophy patients. However, currently, no in-vitro or in-vivo FED disease model is available to study the cell therapies before clinical trials.

In this study, the pathological changes in the micro-structure of basement membranes resulting from FED disease was analyzed, to identify geometrical dimension to develop an in-vitro disease model of synthetic corneal guttata pillars/domes by using microfabrication techniques. This model was used to study the monolayer formation of donor-derived human corneal endothelial cells to test the effectiveness of the corneal endothelial cell regenerative therapies. The results suggest that the corneal cell therapies may not be equally effective for patients at different stages of disease progression. The pre-existing guttata in patients could interfere with the cells thus hampering monolayer formation within the eye. Surgical removal of the guttata from the diseased Descemet membrane prior to cell regenerative therapy could increase the success rate of monolayer formation, which could potentially increase the chances of cell therapy success. This study also demonstrate how biomaterial design can be employed to mimic the pathological microstructural changes in basement membranes for better understanding of cellular responses in disease conditions.

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The INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF NANOMEDICINE has the pleasure to invite you to attend the course Nanofluidics, Nanoimaging and Nanomanipulation that will be held on 5-11 April 2018 at International ETTORE MAJORANA FOUNDATION AND CENTRE FOR SCIENTIFIC CULTURE of ERICE (Sicily) Italy.

Workshop organized by the Ecole Polytechnique Fdrale de Lausanne (EPFL) and Vision Dyamics, in conjunction with the CMi annual review meeting at EPFL, 8 May 2018 at the Rolex Learning Center (RLC) at EPFL.

ETPN2018, the 13th annual meeting of the European Technology Platform on Nanomedicine, will be held in Berlin on May 28-30 2018. Three days to bring the European Nanomedicine community together!

International conference of Nanotechnologies and Bionanoscience in Heraklion, Crete.

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Euroscicon – Nanotech & Nanobiotechnology

About Conference

The EuroSciCon will be holding conference onNanotech & Nanobiotechnology 2018 which is scheduled duringJuly 12-13, 2018atParis, France. The theme of the conference isChallenges and Innovations in next generation Nanoscience”.

The Nanobiotech 2018 aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspects of Nanomedicine in Healthcare. It also provides the premier interdisciplinary forum for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, practical challenges encountered, and the solutions adopted in the field of Nanomedicine. The conference program will cover a wide variety of topics relevant to the Nanomedicine, including: Nanomedicine in drug discover and delivery, Nano diagnostics, theragnostic, applications of Nanomedicine in healthcare applications and disease treatments.

What’s New

Nanotech & Nanobiotechnology 2018 includes international attendee workshops, lectures and symposia, including a designated registration area, a refreshment break and gala lunch. Nanotechnology educators can join the EuroSciCon as an international member to receive discounts on registration. So, come and join leading experts and allied professionals from July 12-13, 2018 in Paris, France to keep up with the rapidly accelerating pace of change that is already having an impact on the field of Nanotechnology, Nanomedicine & Nanobiotechnology and will continue to in the future. The field ofNanotechnologyhave not only helped the development in different fields in science and technology but also contributed towards the improvement of the quality of human life to a great extent. All this has become possible with the different discoveries and inventions leading to the development of various applications. The core aim of Nanotech & Nanobiotechnology 2018conference is to provide an opportunity for the delegates to meet, interact and exchange new ideas in the various areas of Nanotechnology andBiotechnology.

About Paris, France

Paris is the capital and most populous city of France. The city is both acommuneanddepartmentand forms the Centre and headquarters of theFrance, or Paris Region. By the 17th century, Paris was one of Europe’s major centers of finance, commerce, fashion, science, and the arts, and it retains that position still today. The Paris Region had aGDPof 624 billion (US $687 billion) in 2012, accounting for 30.0 percent of the GDP of France. Paris is often referred to as “The City of Light” (La Ville Lumire), both because of its leading role during the Age of Enlightenment , and more literally because Paris was one of the first European cities to adopt gasstreet lighting. In the 1860s, the boulevards and streets of Paris were illuminated by 56,000 gas lamps. Since the late 19th century, Paris has also been known asPan-am.

Paris has many important cultural institutions: itsLouvremuseum is the most visited in the world; itsMuse d’Orsayis noted for its collection of FrenchImpressionistart, and its Pompidou-centerMuse National d’Art Modernehas the largest collection of modern and contemporary art in Europe. The central area of the city along the Seine River is classified as aUNESCO Heritage Siteand includes many notable monuments, includingNotre Dame Cathedral, theSainte-Chapelle, the formerUniversal ExpositionGrand Palais,Petit PalaisandEiffel Tower, and theBasilica of Sacr-CurinMontmartre. In 2015, Paris received 22.2 million visitors, making it one of the world’s top tourist destinations.

Nanomedicine:

ToxicologyNanomedicineis a field of medical science whose applications are increasing more and more thanks tonanorobotsandbiological machines, which constitute a very useful tool to develop this area of knowledge. In the past years, researchers have done many improvements in the different devices and systems required to develop nanorobots. This supposes a new way of treating and dealing with diseases such as cancer; thanks to nanorobots, side effects of chemotherapy have been controlled, reduced and even eliminated, so some years from now, cancer patients will be offered an alternative to treat this disease instead of chemotherapy, which causes secondary effects such as hair loss, fatigue or nausea killing not only cancerous cells but also the healthy ones.

Nanoelectronics:

Nanoelectronics are based on the application of nanotechnology in the field of electronics and electronic components. Although the term Nanoelectronics may generally mean all the electronic components, special attention is given in the case of transistors. These transistors have a size lesser than 100 nanometers. Visibly, they are very small that separate studies must be made for knowing the quantum mechanical properties and inter-atomic design. As a result, though the transistors appear in the nanometer range, they are designed through nanotechnology. Their design is also very much different from the traditional transistors and usually falls in the category of one dimensional nanotubes/nanowires, hybrid molecular electronics, or advanced molecular electronics. This technology is said to be the next future, but its practicality is near to impossible even now that they may be difficult to emerge soon.

Nano architectonics:

The time for a major paradigm shift from nanotechnology to Nano architectonics has come. Scientists in nanoscience and nanotechnology have been creating fine nanomaterials and Nano systems using advanced physical techniques and apparatus, mainly as separate processes. These involve the fabrication of small objects and the observation of their behaviors. However, we are now must construct fine systems from these nanocomponents like the way that carpenters architect house and buildings. Technological efforts at the nanoscale must be organized and converted into the new concept of Nano architectonics

Nanophysics:

Nanotechnology is all about designing, fabricating and controlling materials and components with dimensions on the nanoscale, i.e. from 1 to 100 nm. During the Master’s programme in Nanomaterials and Nanophysics you will learn how nanotechnology can be used in order to develop new optic and electronic components and new materials for use in communications technology, sensor technology or catalysis.

Nano mechanics:

The Nano mechanics investigates mechanical properties of engineered and biological materials at the Nano to macro-scale using experimental, analytical, and computational techniques. MEMS/NEMS (Microelectromechanical system/ Nanoelectromechanical system) devices are sensitive to a wide range of stimuli such as temperature, mass, pressure and are thus extensively used as sensors in cars and mobile phones. The biggest promise of MEMS and NEMS technology is the development of extremely small sensor systems that can be used virtually everywhere and thus can impart intelligence to almost all man-made things.

Nanorobotics:

A nanorobotics is a machine that can build and manipulate things precisely at an atomic level. Imaging a robot that can pluck, pick and place atoms like a kid plays with LEGO bricks, able to build anything from basic atomic building blocks. While some people dismiss the future of nanorobots as science fiction, you should realize that each of us is alive today because of countless nanobots operating within each of our trillions of cells. We give them biological names like a ribosome, but they are essentially machines programmed with a function like read messenger RNA to create a specific protein.

Nano chemistry:

Nano chemistry, described the field as “an emerging subdiscipline of solid-state chemistry that emphasizes the synthesis rather than the engineering aspects of preparing little pieces of matter with nanometer sizes in one, two or three dimensions. The Nano chemist can be considered to work towards this goal from the atom ‘up’, whereas the nanophysics tends to operate from the bulk ‘down’.” Today, Nano chemists work in biomedical chemistry, polymer chemistry, product synthesis, and a host of other areas. They use a wide variety of methods to prepare and assemble “little pieces of matter” with novel electronic, magnetic, optical, chemical, and mechanical behaviors that can be attributed to their nanometer-scale size.

Nanomaterials:

Nanotechnologies make use of very small objects or artifacts. Nanomaterials are an increasingly important product of nanotechnologies. They contain nanoparticles, smaller than 100 nanometers in at least one dimension. Nanomaterials are coming into use in healthcare, electronics, cosmetics and other areas. Their physical and chemical properties often they differ from those of bulk materials, so they call for specialized risk assessment. This needs to cover health risks to workers and consumers, and potential risks to the environment.

Cellular and subcellular Nanotechnology:

Cell biology today is on the verge of a nanotechnology-driven research era, one in which the availability of sophisticated new experimental techniques and tools of nanotechnology is set not only to emulate more complex,in vivolike extracellular environments, but also monitor dynamic complex biological processes in real time at the single cell level. Ultimately, the goal is to establish a fully integrated knowledge of how the building blocks of humans cells work at the molecular level. It is only by a detailed knowledge of how cells work, independently and together, in healthy and diseased states that one will be able to understand and anticipate the onset and effects of disease and create an appropriate and effective means to prevent and treat disease. The unravelling of cellular and molecular mechanisms that could be used to reprogram or instruct cells would enable unprecedented advances in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.

Major Challenges in Nanobiotechnology:

Nanotechnology supporters believe that it has the potential to transform our lives dramatically, while opponents of nanotechnology fear that self-replicating “nanobots” could escape from laboratories and reduce all life on earth. Some ethical discussions have been focused on the field of molecular nanotechnology. The lack of meritorious ethics research proposals may be related to the difficulty in identifying or anticipating ethical issues that are unique to nanobiotechnology, particularly its near-term applications.

Advancement in Nanotechnology:

Advanced Nanotechnology was founded by industry visionaries to revolutionize systems and delivers a quantum improvement in performance, dramatically reduce power consumption and deliver extreme security. They use patented hardware and proprietary state-of-the-art algorithms to dramatically increases defense against hacking. We leverage the power of 3D & nanotechnology to break the semiconductor interconnect bottleneck and eliminate the gridlock that limits performance and waste power.

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