Scanning Tiny Biology is a workshop dedicated to life sciences and nanomedicine applications of Scanning Probe Microscopies (SPM).
These techniques provide quantitative information from local and single-molecule measurements, unveiling signatures that are normally obscured by the ensemble average in bulk experiments. With SPM, specific biological mechanisms can be elucidated, providing novel solutions for healthcare.
This meeting will give an overview on advances in the field through keynote presentations and discussions, joining national and international experts. Topics include the study of biophysics of molecules, membranes and cells combining imaging and spectroscopy measurements.
Who should attend? Chemists, physicists, biologists, biophysicists and nanotechnologists and any other curious scientist.
Marina Inés Giannotti, IBEC
Anna Lagunas, IBEC