17 - 18 Mar 2021Ended

Nanobiotechnology for Cell Interfaces

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09:00 AM - 06:00 PM
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Recent years have seen exciting advances in engineering on the micro- and nanoscale to create surfaces that simulate specific physico-chemical .. Read more features from natural cellular microenvironments. Lithography, DNA nanotechnology and other nano-enabled techniques have been exploited for probing and manipulating cells at the micro- and nanometer scale - the scale at which key cellular functions and molecular processes take place. Integrated with super-resolution microscopy techniques, these fabrication and structuring techniques are capable of providing previously unattainable insight into the functions of cells and specific biomolecular interactions. Nanobiointerfaces not only hold promise for future breakthrough discoveries that further our understanding of cellular processes, but also for application in drug discovery, diagnostics and therapeutics. The creation and application of these interfaces is, by nature, highly interdisciplinary. With this virtual seminar we aim to create a “melting pot” to enhance and strengthen the cross-disciplinary connections that constitute the lifeline of the field, as well as to expand the language for reaching across discipline boundaries. Currently, as scientific exchange has often been reduced to established collaborations, our seminar aims to provide a forum for networking where exposure to new techniques and challenges inspires new ideas, and where the foundation for future collaborations is laid.

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Wilhelm und Else Heraeus Stiftung

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