International congress: regenerative biology and the bio-nano interface -- Stuttgart, Germany, 9-11 October

July 7, 2006

Brussels, 06 Jul 2006

A joint BioStar and ICBN conference on regenerative biology and the bio-nano interface will take place in Stuttgart, Germany, from 9 to 11 October.

Pioneering projects and advanced technologies will be presented by leading experts, and Nobel Laureate Robert Huber will give a lecture at the plenary session.

Topics for discussion will include:

  • regeneration of supporting tissue, cardiovascular system, blood vessels, inner organs and skin;
  • clinical applications of tissue engineering products;
  • nanosurfaces in interaction with tissues and cells;
  • biochemical nanomaterials and interface;
  • nano/microtechnology and biosensors;
  • biotargeting.

CORDIS RTD-NEWS/© European Communities, 2006
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