Nanotechnology and the Life Sciences

Interesting conference on nanotechnology & life sciences coming up here in La Jolla that I’m hoping to find time to attend:

Nanotechnology & the Life Sciences

When: April 13-14, 2006
Where: Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines, La Jolla, California
What: Nanotechnology and the Life Sciences

Transferring
the techniques and expertise of nanotechnology from industry to biology
is one of today’s most stimulating scientific fields. The possibilities
are limitless and exciting. Building nanodevices the size of individual
molecules to identify and attack tumors, to deliver minute amounts of
medicine to targeted tissue, or to fight the ravages of time requires
the collaboration of physicists, biologists, chemists, engineers and
materials experts. The Burnham Institute’s 28th Annual Symposium will
bring together leaders in this to discuss not only the problems facing
scientists, but the opportunities that nanotechnology offers.

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