On behalf of the organizing committee of 10th International Congress “Biomaterials and Nano-biomaterials: Recent Advances Safety – Toxicology and Ecology Issues” Including Russian-Hellenic Workshop and School of Young Scientists and Symposium of Nano-toxicology, we are privileged to invite you to grace with your presence and participation the works of the Congress, which is to be held in Heraklion, in the beautiful island of Crete.
On behalf of the organizing committee of 10th International Congress “Biomaterials and Nano-biomaterials: Recent Advances Safety – Toxicology and Ecology Issues” Including Workshop and School of Young Scientists and Symposium of Bio Nano-toxicology, we are privileged to invite you to grace with your presence and participation in the Conference, which is going to be held in Heraklion, in the beautiful island of Crete, Greece.
Crete is one of Europe’s most popular holiday destinations. The island’s historic importance as Knossos, Phaistos and Gortys is evidenced by thousands of visitors to these sites each year. Heraklion is located almost in the centre of Crete.
The main topic of Bionanotox Conference is Bio Nano-toxicology that lies on the interface of several scientific fields, such as biology, chemistry, toxicology, computational science chemistry, nanotechnology and biotechnology. The Conference is a continuation of a long term co-operation between scientists of these fields, which has been ongoing for the last 20 years, in the frame of the bilateral scientific state programs.
It is anticipated that scientists working in the most prominent Universities, Technological Institutes and Companies as well as distinguished field specialists coming from several countries will attend the Conference. Very low package fees including registration, accommodation, lunch meals and congress material have been secured for participants, in order to enable more young scientists to attend the Conference.
At Bionanotox Conference the attendee will have the chance to meet important representatives of research, discuss with them and exchange ideas. This will accomplish the aim of the Conference, which is the generation of new and vigorous interactions between the different aforementioned scientific fields leading to enormous positive effects in our societies.
Co-Chairmen of the Organizing Committee
Aristidis Tsatsakis, PhD, DSc, ERT – Mikhail Shtilman, PhD, DSc