Conference Information

  The 7th BioNanoTox and Applications Research Conference will be held on November 15th and 16th, 2012 in Little Rock, AR.

  BioNanoTox lies at the interface of a variety of disciplines ranging from biology to chemistry, toxicology, computational sciences, mathematics, engineering, nanotechnology and biotechnology. Although undeniably multidisciplinary, this nascent field of research has had the tendency to be locked within the narrow remnants of each of its constitutive disciplines. The specific overarching aim of the BioNanoTox Conference is thus to generate new vigorous interactions between the disciplines that contribute to BioNanoTox.
  The meeting will bring together some of the most well known international and national researchers in their respective areas to:
    (1) present introductory tutorials,
    (2) to demonstrate showcases, through papers and poster presentations, 
         the latest research outputs on this promising field, and ...
    (3) to sow seeds for a more robust and well connected multi-disciplinary research community.
  We expect this to be an important international and multi-disciplinary scientific and educational event. The 20112year's program will highlight the BioNanoTox unique vantage point of looking into interdisciplinary foundation of fundamental and translational research. This could have an enormous positive impact on our societies, with its effects being felt across a range of activities such as the provision of healthcare, environmental protection and remediation to the construction of smarter, more ubiquitous bio-integrated computing systems, biocompatible nanomaterials, and the like.
  Another aspect of our meeting is to help bring the new knowledge that is derived from these disciplines together, and as a key point of health, extend longetivity, and assist in improving environment and agriculture. An outstanding scientific program will focus on fundamental and translational research. The objective of these talks is to provide a solid understanding of new developments in BioNanoTox and their applications. Ample time will be allotted for oral, as well as poster presentations.
  The sessions will offer young researchers the opportunity to meet senior scientists in a relaxed and stimulatory atmosphere for scientific information exchange. BioNanoTox is a business convention, playing the role of a genuine catalyst for technology transfer projects. It also encourages and supports inter-company and business-academic laboratory research collaboration. An exhibit show will round out the program during which attendees can visit vendors who will be displaying the latest products, instruments and equipment, computer software, as well as scientific publications. Join us in Mobile for outstanding education, business, and networking in 2012!
  BioNanoTox invites scientists from around the world to attend its Annual Conference which will be held in November 2012 in Little Rock, AR.
  Please note that individual invitations are not required to attend the Conference. Since the meetings are open scientific events, BioNanoTox invites interested individuals to attend.

 Do you need a formal invitation letter?

Please send us your name, address, and fax number to the BioNanoTox registration at as soon as possible.
If you have been accepted to give a presentation (or "talk") at the BioNanoTox Conference, please register without delay.

  For our international visitors   

Proceed with your entry visa application early. We recommend that you contact the U.S. Consulate or U.S. Embassy in your own country at your earliest convenience regarding documentation and necessary information for entry into the United States and Mexico.
For additional VISA information, please contact the International Visitors Office (IVO) of the National Academies. This website should serve as a Visa resource for all visiting scientists and scholars traveling into the U.S.

Funding for this conference was made possible, in part, by the Food and Drug Administration through Grant # 1 R13 FD003707-01. The views expressed in written conference materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarely reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services; nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organization imply endorsement by the U.S. Government. This conference was supported by FDAIR13 FD003797.


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