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NGM and MIH at the NanoBioTech-Montreux Conference 2022

November 14, 2022 – November 16, 2022

MONTREUX, SWITZERLAND



The NanoBioTech-Montreux Conference takes place on 14-16 November in Montreux, Switzerland. It’s the Annual European Conference on Micro & Nanoscale Technologies for the Biosciences where participants get to meet in a relaxed and informal atmosphere - ideal for exchanging ideas and initiating new collaborations.


Since its inception in 1997, the conference has attracted influential scientists from various fields of NanoBiotechnology. This year’s conference focuses on the following topics:

  • Soft matter and physics of fluids at the nano- and microscale

  • Nanobiotechnology – Nanobiosensor; Engineering Molecules and Surfaces; Self-Assembly; Molecular Motors

  • Single cell platforms: Single cell analysis; Sequencing; Manipulation; Sorting; Imaging

  • Medical applications: Nanomedicines; nanoscale sensor; Point-of-Care Devices; implantable sensors; engineered scaffolds for tissue engineering

  • Microfluidics: fundamentals and applications

  • Droplet microfluidics: technologies & applications

  • Organ-on-Chip platforms

  • Innovative imaging approaches including 3D imaging, Nano-Photonics, and Plasmonics.

Running alongside the conference is a small exhibition area where you can meet the team from NGM and MIH. Visit our booth and have a chat with Anja Haase and Jan Hesse and learn more about the wide-ranging capabilities and cutting-edge technologies we offer – including how our roll-to-roll technologies for high-throughput manufacturing can revolutionize microfluidic device production.


We can’t wait to meet you and let you know more about how we get microfluidics rolling…


Learn more about the conference: www.nanotech-montreux.com

Microfluidics Innovation Hub is the single entry point of the European project NextGenMicrofluidcs (www.nextgenmicrofluidics.eu). NextGenMicrofluidics has received funding from the European Union’s HORIZON 2020 research & innovation programme under grant agreement no. 862092.