The conference will bring together the international research communities as well as diagnostics experts from industry and academia, to discuss new and exciting advances in molecularly imprinted polymers, related materials, as well as applied techniques and methodologies in sensors and, in particular, the implementation of MIPs in the field.
The conference will serve as a platform for a wide range of professionals to discuss the latest findings and state-of-the-art technologies in molecularly imprinted polymers and sensors, also creating opportunities for young researchers to participate in international academic and industrial activities, as well as stimulate commercial activities and industrial development.
Professor Sergey Piletsky
‘MIP nanoparticles in diagnostics and bioimaging’
Professor Karsten Haupt
'Micro and nanofabrication of molecularly imprinted polymers as antibody mimics for sensor applications’
Professor David C. Cullen
‘Life Marker Chip - detecting evidence of life on Mars’
Professor Börje Sellergren
‘Design of highly potent imprinted anion receptors for sensing and high throughput omics’
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Posted on 26 July 2018 at 10:12:38 by Joanna Czulak