Do you want to know more about the latest cross-over innovations? Then you may want to attend the third ‘Life-on-Chip Conference - Exploring the Convergence in Health Technologies’ which will be held virtually from 23-25 February 2021.
Micro and nanotechnology, artificial intelligence, design thinking, robotics, novel manufacturing technologies and big data have made major impacts across all industries, but perhaps their greatest potential impact will be in health and life sciences.
Combined with ever-growing biological insights and discoveries, resulting innovations will enable amazing applications that can change the healthcare system.
This event will present testimonials of roads travelled and lessons learned from pioneering researchers, entrepreneurs and first application movers.
Attendees can attend a visionary seminar on nanotech in health and four thematic sessions covering how to increase efficiency in the healthcare system through the introduction of new technologies, healthtech solutions for patient specific treatment, digital diagnostics and therapeutics, and progress in shifting the boundaries of knowledge at the forefront of medicine and healthcare.
A crash course on internationalisation in health and life sciences, matchmaking (B2Match) and virtual booths, abstracts and posters will also be part of the programme, which is being organised by Smart Hub Flemish Brabant together with flanders.health (DSP Valley, flanders.bio and MedTech Flanders), BioWin, imec, Antleron, VIB, Leuven.Inc and EIT Health.
Find out more and register here.