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“Updates in Bioabsorbable Metals 2020”
A virtual symposium
Friday 14 August 2020
Time in Berlin
All times are CEST - Central European Summer Time or UTC +2hr / Montreal-NY -6hr / Vancouver-LA -9hr / Hong Kong-Tokyo +6hr.
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Welcome to the Virtual Symposium

This year Biometal conference is carried out on-line and the organizers have make every effort to ensure that it continues to be an exciting and thought-provoking event with many opportunities both for promoting your research activities and learning about the latest developments.



Symposium Program

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10:00-13:00 Metals I
Break - Workshop by the International Journal of Nanomedecine

How Nanomedicine and Biodegradable Nano-metals are being used for COVID-19 Prevention, Detection, and Therapy?

Thomas J. Webster, Founding Editor, International Journal of Nanomedicine; Art Zafiropoulo Chair, Department of Chemical Engineering, Northeastern University

This workshop, sponsored by the International Journal of Nanomedicine, will highlight recent research and commercialization on the use of nanomedicine and biodegradable metals for COVID-19 prevention, detection, and therapy. At a time when the globe is waiting for a COVID-19 vaccine for a year or longer from our conventional healthcare system, the field of nanomedicine is providing a paradigm shift in developing more immediate platform solutions for this and future pandemics. This brief workshop will provide some of the more promising anti-COVID-19 nanomedicine strategies currently being commercialized.

14:00-17:00 Metals II
10:00-13:00 Corrosion
14:00-17:00 In vitro/In vivo