Investing in Medical Nanotechnologies II, Conference and Exhibition 2007
Building on the success of Investing in Medical Nanotechnologies I, this event promises a display of state-of-the-art medical nanotechnologies and routes to finance. The associated exhibition will showcase cutting edge nanotechnologies in clinical applications. The event will provide a platform for new companies trying to commercialize nano and micro technologies to get in front of investors. The investors and business support organisations will be able to identify the key technologies of future as well as new customers.
first to learn the technology trends and market opportunities
- Learn from top industrial leaders on how nanotech drives new technology applications in medicine.
- Hear from VCs about the best investing strategies and overcoming challenges.
- Find out about new technologies for medical applications.
- Hear from clinicians on how nanotechnology enables new diagnostics and therapeutic techniques.
- Participate in discussions with experts in the field.
- Meet exhibitors at the cutting edge of medical nanotechnology
Dr Thomas Keller, Director - Worldwide Applied Technology, GlaxoSmithKline
Prof. Jörg Vienken, Vice-President BioScience Department, Fresenius Medical Care
Prof. Dr. J.W. Hans Hofstraat, Vice President, Healthcare Strategic Partnerships, Philips Research
Dr. Renzo Tomellini, Head of Nanotechnology Unit, European Commission
Prof. Clive Washington, Principal Scientist, Astra Zeneca
Dr Tar Choon Aw, Prof. of Chemical Pathology, Monash University School of Medicine, Malaysia
Companies attending include:
Fresenius Medical Care
EminateMTI Partners Ltd
The University of Manchester-Intellectual Property Ltd
The London Centre for Nanotechnology
Institute of Nanotechnology
Leeds Medical School
NMI Natural and Medical Sciences Institute
Mölnlycke Health Care
Loughborough Innovation Centre
MTI Partners Ltd.
Leeds Medical School
F J Cleveland
Monash University School of Medicine, Malaysia
University of Delhi,India
Tehran Medical University, Iran
The Wellcome Trust
Johnson & Johnson
Olympus UK Ltd
University of Lund
National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM),Netherlands
Research Center for Science and Technology in Medicine
ATP Consulting Ltd
Szczecin University of Technology
Instytut Wysokich Cisnien
CEMMNT Hub Ltd
Bio Nano Centre, London
Oxfordshire Bioscience Network
CSIRO Molecular and Health Technologies
Medical Innovation Forum
Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
University College London
Technical University of Denmark Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute Yonsei University, South Korea
Institute of Textiles and Clothing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China
Bharathidasan Institute of Technology,India
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