ACS Webinar

How Nanoscale Materials in Biosensors are Innovating Health from Concept to Care

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Biological & Medicinal Chemistry

Nanoscale materials are bridging the gap between nanotechnology and bioelectronics, paving the way for highly sensitive biosensors. Sensors that incorporate nanoscale materials or “nanosensors” are studied for a wide variety of biomedical applications, including biomarker detection for disease diagnosis, motion detection for robotics, and human-machine interfaces.

Join a panel of experts for an overview of the current emerging trends in nanosensor research, and then hear about two specific applications on bioelectronics in personalized healthcare from an academic and commercial perspective. Register now to discover how nanoscale materials are enabling new and expanded applications for biosensors through their unique and customizable properties.

This ACS Webinar is moderated by Qiongqiong Angela Zhou, Manager, Scientific Analysis and Insights at CAS and is co-produced by CAS, a division of the American Chemical Society.

What You Will Learn

  • Landscape view of the use of nanoscale materials in emerging biosensor applications using data from the CAS Content Collection
  • The latest research advancement in soft matter engineering for novel bioelectronics and personalized healthcare
  • How nanosensor technology is driving high-quality preventive medicine and improving patient outcomes

Meet The Experts

  • Jean-Marc Pecourt, Chemical Informatics Scientist, CAS, a division of the American Chemical Society
  • Jun Chen, Assistant Professor, Department of Bioengineering, the University of California, Los Angeles
  • Venk Varadan, Co-founder and CEO, Nanowear
  • Qiongqiong Angela Zhou, Manager, Scientific Analysis and Insights, CAS, a division of the American Chemical Society

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