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Zing conferences: Non-Invasive Delivery of Macromolecules

The Zing conference on Non-Invasive Delivery of Macromolecules will be held in Rancho Bernardo Inn, San Diego, USA, on 21 – 24 February 2017



Zing Conferences have been successfully organising and running scientific and medical conferences internationally since 2007. With 129 conferences and 8281 delegates, Zing brings together the global community of scientific activity and interest to meet, exchange ideas and stimulate fruitful collaborations. Each conference aims to bring together a range of expertise, from academia to industry, professionals and students, to present and discuss their respective work in a stimulating environment.

Zing Conferences aims at promoting inter-disciplinary communication and ensure the of the successful dissemination of research amongst many scientific fields. All delegates are thus invited to compete for a place in the main lecture programme, or to present their work as part of the Poster Session by submitting abstracts for Chair-lead consideration.


The Conference Chairs are:

  • Randy Mrsny (University of Bath)
  • Kinam Park (Purdue University)
  • Cornell Stamoran (Catalent)
  • Isabelle Aubert (Sunnybrook Research Institute)

 

Biomaterials Science proudly sponsors this event and will deliver a poster prize.

 

Abstract submission is now closed – Poster Submission Deadline: 13th January 2017

Standard registration online: Click here

Conference programme: Click Here

Venue: Click Here

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Meet us at 2016 TERMIS-AM

TERMIS-AM 2016

 

11 – 14 December 2016, San Diego, US

TERMIS-AM Meeting is an annual meeting which aims at bringing together researchers, trainees, and administrators from academia, government, and industry to discuss the latest up-to-date developments in the field of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. This year’s theme is “Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine: Personalized and Precise Science, Engineering, and Translation,” reflecting one the of the fastest developing fields in the medical market.

Check out the program now!


Meet us

Editor-in-Chief Professor Jennifer Elisseeff and Deputy Editor Dr. Laura Fisher will be present at TERMIS-AM, 11-14 December 2016, San Diego, US.


Jennifer is currently Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Orthopedic Surgery at Johns Hopkins and directs the Cell and Tissue Engineering Program in Biomedical Engineering. Jennifer was elected a fellow in the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering and a Young Global Leader in the World Economic Forum. She has a long history of significant contributions to the tissue engineering field with over 110 articles, book chapters and patent applications and we are delighted that she has joined the Biomaterials Science team as Editor-in-Chief.



Laura Fisher
Laura has a PhD in Chemistry (2011, University of Bath), and worked as a postdoc at Stellenbosch University before joining the Royal Society of Chemistry. As a Deputy Editor, Laura works on the management and development of Biomaterials Science and a small number of other related journals.

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RSC Biomaterials Special Interest Group Annual Meeting 2017

RSC Biomaterials Special Interest Group Annual Meeting 2017, will be held on 11-12 January in Newtownabbey, UK

RSC Biomaterials Special Interest Group Annual Meeting 2017

Dates: Wednesday – Thursday 11-12th January 2017

Venue: Ulster University

Conference Chair: Dr. Adrian Boyd

Conference Dinner: Europa Hotel Belfast, with a view over Belfast, on 11th January

The RSC Biomaterials Chemistry Special Interest Group started in 2005 to provide a platform for researchers in UK universities and industry to present their work on the synthesis and characterisation of biomaterials. The meeting will cover the use of biomaterials in applications including prostheses, drug delivery and regenerative medicine and promote biomaterials chemistry research and development, enhance existing links, foster new collaborations and spread expertise.
The meetings are a great opportunity for participants to present new work and engage fruitful discussions, thus contributing to this important and growing area of chemistry.

Invited and keynote talks include:

  • Brian Meenan (Ulster University)
  • Dimitrios Zeugolis (NUI Galway)
  • Jude Curran (University of Liverpool)
  • Timothy Douglas (University of Ghent)
  • Prof. Fraser Buchanan (Queen’s University Belfast)
  • Theoni K. Georgiou (Imperial College)
  • Paul Roach (Loughborough University)

Abstract submission is now closed

Standard registration online: Click here

Venue and Accommodations: Click Here

Information for delegates: Click Here

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Drug Delivery Australia 2016

Drug Delivery Australia, hosted by the Australian Chapter of the Controlled Release Society, will hold its annual conference in Sydney 27-28th October 2016

sydney-harbour

Theme: ‘Particles to People’

Dates: Thursday – Friday 27-28th October, 2016

Venue: University of New South Wales

Conference Chair: Patrick Spicer

Conference Dinner: Harbour cruise on Thursday night

Two x $1000 student bursaries for travel to the CRS Annual Meeting in Boston on offer for best poster presentations

Draft Program 12th Oct: Click Here

Accepted Speakers include:

  • International Plenary: Gert Storm (U. Utrecht, Netherlands) “Nanomedicine in the clinic: is targeting our target?”
  • Local Keynote: Martina Stenzel
  • Kris Thurecht (University of Queensland)
  • Nicky Thomas (University of South Australia)
  • David Cipolla (Aradigm, USA)
  • Heather Benson (University of Western Australia)
  • Kara Perrow (University of Wollongong)
  • Mariusz Skwarczynski (University of Queensland)
  • Yousuf Mohammed (University of South Australia)
  • Amirali Popat (University of Queensland)
  • Sophia Gu (University of New South Wales)
  • Hui Xin Ong (University of Sydney)
  • Shakila Rizwan (University of Otago)

Abstract submission is closed

Registration: Click here

Venue and Accommodations: Click Here

Information for delegates: Click Here

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IUPAC-PSK40

We are delighted to announce the IUPAC International Conference on Advanced Polymeric Materials: Commemorating the 40th Anniversary of the Polymer Society of Korea (PSK).

This event will be held during 4–7 October 2016 at the International Convention Center Jeju, Korea. The conference will be an attractive event with 5 plenary and more than 200 invited lectures by renowned speakers from all over the world.

It will be an open forum for participants engaged in polymer synthesis, polymer physics, polymeric materials and polymer engineering. More information can be found in the Scientific Program.

The Polymer Society of Korea (PSK) was founded in 1976 and currently has around 3000 active members. Now, they are gladly celebrating its 40 years of contribution to the development of polymer science and technology of Korea by hosting a great conference of IUPAC-PSK40.

The conference will be held in Jeju island, the largest island in Korea, which was granted UNESCO World Heritage site status because of its unique and beautiful natural scenery. Beautiful beaches, waterfalls, cliffs, and caves lie in harmony, and the mild weather makes Jeju an ideal tourist destination.

We are proud to sponsor this event and hopes this conference is a great success for our community.

Mark your calendar and register now!

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Nanoparticle Therapeutics 2016

On behalf of the organising committee, we would like to invite you to join us at Nanoparticle Therapeutics 2016, making clinical translation a reality.

The conference is in tropical north Queensland (Palm Cove) from the 23rd to 26th October 2016.

This conference is designed to bring together experts in Nanoparticle Therapeutics from people working at the laboratory bench through to clinical trials, government regulation and implementation in the clinic.

This meeting of around 50 participants involves an exemplary scientific program comprising invited international and local speakers, and offers an important training platform for early career researchers to present their results and to be exposed to “cutting edge” research. Awards for best ECR/student are now available.

Social events for enhancing interactions with the delegates include a trip to the local crocodile and wild-life park, not to be missed.

Early bird registration has been extended for 1 week until the 12th of August

Don’t miss out and register today!

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4th Symposium on Innovative Polymers for Controlled Delivery

We are pleased to announce the 4th Symposium on Innovative Polymers for Controlled Delivery (SIPCD 2016).

SIPCD held biennially since 2010 has been established as a high-level conference in the fields of biomaterials, controlled drug delivery, protein and cell delivery, gene delivery, polymer-based diagnostics, and tissue engineering.

SIPCD 2016 will be held in the Worldhotel Grand Dushulake, Suzhou (China) on the 23–26 September 2016. The event will welcome about 550 participants from all over the world, and has planned 4 plenary and 27 keynote lectures by leading experts.

The symposium is organised in one single session, thus offering the possibility to be present at all invited lectures and to participate in lively discussions about the most recent developments as well as challenges in innovative delivery.

Biomaterials Science is proud to sponsor this conference and hopes this conference is a great success for the biomaterials science community.

Mark your calendar and register now!

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1st Biomaterials for Healthcare Conference

We are delighted to announce the 1st Biomaterials for Healthcare Conference (BioMaH 2016): “Biomaterials for tissue engineering and the role of nanotechnology“.

This conference will be held from 17th to 20th October 2016 in the beautiful city of Rome, Italy.

The event will cover various issues regarding innovative materials and approaches for tissue regeneration. Its scope is to create a stage for exchanging the latest research results and sharing advanced research methods.

Participants from various countries are expected to attend the conference, among them leading researchers in the biomaterials science field, manufacturers from orthopaedic surgery, neurosurgery, dentistry and pharmaceuticals, engineers, physicists, chemists, biologists, surgeons, physicians, dentists and other clinical personnel, closely connected with the application of biomaterials.

Biomaterials Science is proud to sponsor 3 special prizes for the best posters in this exciting Biomaterials for Healthcare Conference. The winners will receive a certificate and free access to the journal for one year.

Mark your calendar today and register now!

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UKSB 2016

The UK Society for Biomaterials will be holding their 15th annual conference from the 30th June – 1st July at the University of Westminster, London.

Journal of Materials Chemistry B and Biomaterials Science will be providing sponsorship in the form of a poster prize certificate and a year’s free access to the journal.

Professor Ipsita Roy from the University of Westminster is organising the conference and has included some special features for this year which are below:

  • A dedicated Larry Hench session;
  • ReBiostent session (an EU FP7 project); (on biodegradable drug eluting stents)
  • KTN session dedicated to the industry/clinicians and
  • A dedicated cell oriented session for TCES/ECPS members.

Professor Roy intends to promote a ‘varied experience of both excellent research in the area of biomaterials including state of art, innovative work with synthetic and natural polymers, complemented with their application in the production of near to market products including medical devices, tissue engineering scaffolds and controlled delivery constructs’. Further details about the conference and Professor Roy’s full statement can be found here.

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BiTERM 2016

BiTERM

The Society for Biomaterials and Artificial Organs (SBAOI) is one of the leading societies in India promoting healthcare related research. The annual meeting of SBAOI India has over the years become one of the premier biomaterials & biomedical related conferences in the country, and provides a great opportunity for professional development & networking in the field. This year, the annual conference BiTERM-2016 is being organized by the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi at New Delhi over April 15 – 17, 2016.

BiTERM-2016 will not only offer a platform for presenting innovative & novel research, but also promises to be preferential ground for exchange of ideas with experts across the world, ultimately leading to scientific and technological development. The event will cover a wide range of topics that are shaping the future of biomedical research.

Dr. Richard Kelly and Dr. Deeksha Gupta will represent the Royal Society of Chemistry at this meeting.

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