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Nanomanufacturing Technology for Biomedical Applications

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UMass Lowell
If you need a reason to register for the upcoming US/Ireland Emerging Technologies Conference, their program session on nanomanufacturing for biomedical applications should be enough.

This two-day event, hosted by the University of Massachusetts Lowell, Dublin City University, and Queen's University Belfast, will focus on nanotechnology applications for the biological and medical sciences. It promises engaging presentations on biopharmaceuticals and bioprocessing, medical device technologies, nano-bio sensors, and nanomanufacturing for biomedical applications. The agenda includes time for panel discussions with presenters. 

Their nanomanufacturing program features presentations from 

  • Joey Mead, UMass Lowell
  • Eileen Harkin-Jones, Queen's University
  • David Kazmer, UMass Lowell
  • Carol Barry, UMass Lowell
  • Marion McAfee, Queen's University

Register by October 16. Visit the US/Ireland Emerging Technologies Conference website for more information.