2nd International School - Nano2011.
Nanomaterials and Nanotechnologies
in Living Systems.
Safety and Nanomedicine.

September 19 - 24, 2011, (Moscow Region, Russia)
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RUSNANO and Lomonosov Moscow State University with the support of RUSNANO Centre of Metrology and Moscow Centre of Technologies Transfer will organize the 2nd International School “Nanomaterials and Nanotechnologies in Living Systems. Safety and Nanomedicine” which will be held on September 19-24 at Holiday Center “Zarya”, Moscow region, Russia

The school is a multidisciplinary project aimed on advanced training and communication between specialists of various fields (physics and chemistry, medicine and biology, legislation), involved in research and assessment of nanomaterials safety, and research and development of medical applications of nanotechnologies.

Objectives:

  1. interdisciplinary training of specialists, involved in research and development of nanotechnologies for medical applications, and research of impact of nanotechnology on health, safety and environment;
  2. direction of work of research organizations to satisfy the needs of nanotechnology companies in terms of safety;
  3. development of optimal approaches to assessment and management of risks associated with production of nanomaterials and nanomaterials containing products.

The school program will feature invited lectures (30 min), oral talks (15 min), and poster presentations.

The exhibition of measuring and diagnostics equipment will be also organized within the frame of this School.

The arrival time to conference place Zarya (Holiday Center “Zarya”, Moscow region, Russia, http://www.hotelzarya.ru/) is September 18th after 2 p.m.

The busses (free of charge) will leave Moscow for Zarya from Metro station Tsaritsyno approx at 3 p.m. and at 6 p.m. on Sept. 18th. The precise information about the departure time will be loaded on website later.


(C) 2011 Vladimir Fedorchuk