Only decades ago, the spectacular structure of DNA was revealed with the use of X-ray diffraction. The technique may be considered as one of the first devices in the currently crammed-full Nanobiology toolbox, which is growing rapidly as new discoveries are made every day. What other instruments are in this toolbox and how can we use them?
The Nanobiology symposium 2018 will take our field of research beyond the laboratory and place it in the context of daily life. This day, we will focus on the applications of the fundamentals and discuss how we can take discoveries in Nanobiology from the cell to ourselves.
Three notable speakers from various backgrounds will talk about their research and the way it is related to the ‘real world’ outside the test tube. The journey from cell to self is divided into three different levels: the first speech will be about fundamental research, the second will focus on the discovery and applications of a revolutionary nano-tool, and the final speaker will give an example of how fundamental knowledge about the basics of life can favor society.
Interested? Ticket sale will start in September.