Wed October 31, 2007
Nanobiotechnology has arisen as a new frontier for medicine and medical research. Scientists are working on cellular and sub-cellular levels to learn how organic materials only a billionth of a meter in size can be manipulated for medical benefits. A major nanobiotechnolgy conference is convening at UNC - Charlotte November 5, but first some of the pioneers in this field will join us.
Don Ingber - Judah Folkman Professor of Vascular Biology, Harvard University
Dr. Maria Rapoza - Vice President of Science and Technology, North Carolina Technology Center
Dr. Kenneth Gonsalves - Distinguished Professor, Dept. of Chemistry, UNC - Charlotte
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