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Event, Conference or Meeting
MIP2020 The 11th International Conference on Molecular Imprinting (postponed)
Start date: 21 Jun 2020
End date: 26 Jun 2020
Venue: International Conference Center Hiroshima (ICCH), Japan
Description of event:
will be held at International Conference Center Hiroshima (ICCH), Japan from 21st to 26th June 2020. This conference aims to bring together scientists and engineers interested in molecular imprinting and related technologies, from academia and industry, in a productive and manageable environment. The scope of the conference ranges from new concepts and principles to advanced preparation techniques and industrial applications. The program will include a special session on bio-related cutting-edge research in Japan, presented by Prof. Kazunori Kataoka (DDS and nanomedicines), Prof. Takahiro Ochiya (Extracellular vesicles), Prof. Kazuhiko Ishihara (Biomaterials), and Prof. Yasushi Okada (Super-resolution imaging).
- Registration and submission of abstracts are now open. Please visit the conference website for more details.
- There will be awards for best speaker and best poster (from young scientists) sponsored by The Royal Society of Chestry and MDPI.
- The Graduate Student Symposium on Bio-relevant Functional Materials in Asia (GSS-BFM) will be held at Kobe University just before MIP2020 (from 18th to 19th June 2020). This symposium was inspired by the GSS MIP meetings, held in Europe every two years. Registration for this event is free of charge and there are awards for the best presentation. Please schedule your visit to Japan before the 18th June and participate in the young scientist symposium at Kobe. More details to be released on the SMI site soon.
On behalf of the SMI Board and the organisers (Prof. T. Takeuchi), we hope to see you all in Japan in June 2020!
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Posted on 5 December 2019 at 14:33:15 by Michael Whitcombe
On 23 March 2020 at 17:54:16, Mike Whitcombe commented:
A decision has been taken to delay this meeting until July 2021 in face of travel restrictions and health advice. Please monitor the website for further news.
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