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CINBI 2020 is associated 

Frontiers in Nanotechnology

The participants will be eligible to submit their work for publication in their

CINBI 2020 Special Issue.

CINBI 2020 is associated to the IEEE Transactions on NanoBioScience

(JCR Impact Factor 2.77).

The participants will be eligible to submit their work for publication in their

CINBI 2020 Special Issue.

CINBI 2020

2nd International NanoBioEngineering Virtual Congress

October 24 - 30, 2020

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

All of participants will receive an e-mail soon with instructions on how to obtain your certificates for workshops, abstract presentation and attendance. Also the e-mail includes information on how to submit your manuscripts to our special issues.

 

THEMATIC AREAS

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Nanotechnology

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Computational Analysis and Mathematical

Models

Pharmacology

and Toxicology

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Science Communication

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Nanomaterials

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Environment and

Bioeconomy

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Bioprocesses

and Synthetic Biology

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Online

Workshops

International Discussion Forum:

The Future Contributions

of NanoBioEngineering

Experts in the fields of Nanotechnology, Biotechnology, Engineering

and NanoBioEngineering will discuss The State of the Art of NanoBioEngineering

and the Perspective towards the Future, from the perspectives of both,

industry and academia.

Keynote Speakers

J. Rubén Morones-Ramírez Ph. D.

Professor in Research Center

in Biotechnology and Nanotechnology at School

f Chemistry at Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon.

HOST KEYNOTE

NanoBioEngineering:
The Route Towards Smart Therapeutics and Materials

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Victor de Lorenzo Ph. D.

Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), Laboratory of Environmental Molecular Microbiology at the National Center for Biotechnology, Madrid

KEYNOTE

Bioremediation at a global scale: From the Petri dish to planet Earth

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OPENING KEYNOTE

Synthetic Biology:

Living Nanobiotechnology

JAMES J. COLLINS Ph. D.

Termeer Professor of Medical Engineering and Science at Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Leonardo Rios

Solis Ph.D.

Centre for Synthetic and Systems Biology, Institute for Bioengineering, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh UK

KEYNOTE

Low cost automation tools for diagnostics and metabolic engineering applications

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Romina Julieta Glisoni Ph.D.

NANOBIOTEC UBA-CONICET Institute, FFyB-UBA, Argentina

KEYNOTE

Active targeting of nanostructures for different biomedical applications

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Lorena Betancor Dutrenit Ph.D.

Biotechnology Department, Faculty of Engineering, Universidad ORT Uruguay, CBI+I Biotechnological Center for Research and Innovation

KEYNOTE

Hybrid nanostructures for magnetic hyperthermia-mediated activation of enzymes.

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Nadanai Laohakunakorn Ph.D.

Institute of Quantitative Biology, Biochemistry and Biotechnology (IQB3), The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh UK

KEYNOTE

Microfluidic control of cell-free gene expression

Víctor Manuel Castaño

Meneses, Ph. D.

Centro de Física Aplicada

y Tecnología Avanzada. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)

KEYNOTE

Nanobiomimetic Materials: From Nature to Industry

Tom Ellis, Ph.D

Centre for Synthetic Biology and Department of Bioengineering.

Imperial College London, UK

KEYNOTE

Using synthetic biology to grow materials with DNA-programmed properties

William Shih, PhD.

Department of Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology at Harvard Medical School

Department of Cancer Biology at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

KEYNOTE

Single-molecule detection and identification via DNA nanotechnology

Tessy María López Goerne, Ph.D

Departamento de Atención a la Salud, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana (UAM)

KEYNOTE

Catalitic Nanomedicine: Biocompatibility and efficiency of nanobiocatalysts Pt/TiO2 implanted in brain glioma using stereotactic surgery

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Eriko Takano, PhD.

Department of Chemistry

at The University of Manchester

KEYNOTE

Potentials of synthetic biology approaches for fine and chemical production

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Lee Cronin, Ph.D

School of Chemistry

at the University of Glasgow

KEYNOTE

Programming Biological Systems with Chemical Robots

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Minerva Guerra Balcázar, PhD.

University of Queretaro, Department of Nanotechnology and Engineering

KEYNOTE

Giving added value to raw glycerol

Holger Husi, Ph.D

University of the Highlands and Islands | UHI · Department of Diabetes and Cardiovascular Science

KEYNOTE

Metabolomics: from data to pathways and beyond

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Bruce

Lewenstein, PhD.

Department of Science & Technology Studies and Department of Communication at Cornell University

KEYNOTE

The Politics of Public Engagement

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Jean Marie

Francois, Ph.D

Institut Biotechnologique

de Toulouse (INSA), UMS·582 Toulouse White Biotechnology (TWB)

KEYNOTE

Challenge to cost-effectively produce biological products from renewable carbon sources by redesigning microbial metabolic pathways

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Special Events

Jean Marie Francois

Specialty Chief Editor of the Synthetic Biology section

of Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology

Institut Biotechnologique de Toulouse (INSA), UMS·582 Toulouse White Biotechnology (TWB)

Alice Miller

Journal Manager of Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology | Frontiers in Genome Editing

La cooperación, motor de la innovación

Kardia Jeanette Ramírez Muñiz, PhD.

Directora del Clúster de Nanotecnología de Nuevo León

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