EUROoC 2019, Graz

The EUROoC 2019 is a scientific meeting focused on the challenges in the process of designing, fabricating, and implementing microphysiological cell culture systems addressing topics such as microfabrication of 3D matrices, integration of miniaturised sensors, microfluidic interfacing, cellular engineering, parallelization and automation.

EUROoC 2019 is the official symposium of the European organ-on-chip society.

Nanotechnology in Medicine 2018, Albufeira

Nanotechnology in Medicine: Bridging Translational in vitro and in vivo Interfaces

Invited lecture “Evaluating the impact of perfusion on nanomaterial uptake rates and cytotoxicity using microfluidic in vitro & in silico cell cultures systems”.

Eurotox 2018, Brussels

September 2 – 5
The Square Brussels Meeting Centre

With great pleasure, the Belgian Society of Toxicology and Ecotoxicology (BelTox) will organize the 54th Congress of the European Societies of Toxicology (EUROTOX 2018) from 2 to 5 September, 2018, in Brussels.
Our theme for 2018 is “Toxicology Out of the Box”. It reflects our willingness and enthusiasm to offer a really innovative, forward-looking and imaginative scientific programme. We will offer attractive lectures and sessions with well-balanced inputs from academia, industry and regulators.

Eurosensors 2018, Graz

September 9 – 12
University of Graz

The EUROSENSORS conference was held for the very first time 1987 in Cambridge, UK, and is Europe’s largest Conference in the field of Sensors, Actuators, Micro- & Nanosystems, as well as related materials and fabrication technologies. EUROSENSORS is a most important forum for experienced scientists, engineers and students from academia, research institutes and companies. We are expecting 500 – 600 participants from all over the world to present and discuss their latest R&D results.

BioVaria 2018, Munich

April 23 – 24

BioVaria brings together European research institutions across national borders in order to improve the transfer of their research results into application. Europe’s most established technology transfer organizations join to present their most promising projects from academia to decision makers from international industry. BioVaria is a pan-European showcasing event, that

  • gathers Europe’s top scientists, technology transfer professionals, investors and industry representatives
  • features an unprecedented density of commercially attractive, licensable life-sciences projects emanating from publicly-funded research across Europe
  • covers potential diagnostics and therapeutics for major human diseases as well as platform technologies
  • presents selected startups in an interactive panel format
  • combines 10-min pitches with poster exhibitions
  • provides ample opportunity to network face-to-face with conference attendees to share and discuss inventions
  • is jointly organized by a broad range of technology transfer organizations.

Science Busters, Technology Wizards and Curious Minds

March 22, 18:30

Getreidemarkt 9
Institute of Applied Synthetic Chemistry, Technische Universität Wien

Univ. Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Peter Ertl, who heads the cell-chip research team in the Division of Organic & Biological Chemistry at Vienna’s Technical University had put together an exclusive programm for the Austrian Canadian Society.
Biochips, Personalized Medicine, Nanotechnology, Replacing Animal Testing: these were some topics to be explored in a fun evening including a presentation/lab tour/hands-on experiments with some wine and cheese to cap it all off!