Announcing the Spring 2018 NanoFANS Forum Event Focus: Biophotonics in Medical Diagnostics

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Join us Wednesday, May 9th for lecture series for anyone interested in the nexus of medical diagnostics and nanotechnology. Lunch will be included for those who register before May the 4th.

The NanoFANS Forum, based out of Georgia Tech's Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology, is a symposium with a presentation of topics at the intersection between life sciences and nanotechnology. The purpose of the forum is to connect the medical/life sciences/biology and nanotechnology/engineering communities. The goal is to communicate to researchers what capabilities micro- or nano- technology may offer them and to foster interdisciplinary research activities.

The Spring 2018 NanoFANS Forum, on May 9th, will focus on “Biophotonics in Medical Diagnostics,” an emerging interdisciplinary field that investigates interactions of light or photons with biological systems. The symposium will be helpful in learning about the applications of biophotonics in disease detection using medical diagnostics.

Who should attend: Faculty, students, scientists, engineers, researchers, and technical staff from university, company, or government labs who use, or are interested in learning about, biophotonics applications in healthcare.



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  • Created By:Christa Ernst
  • Created:04/25/2018
  • Modified By:Christa Ernst
  • Modified:04/25/2018