A Biochemical Society Training Event
The Biochemical Society provides an extensive range of events, including scientific conferences, training events, outreach activities, medal lectures, and policy and education events. This programme provides an excellent opportunity to magnify your research by submitting an abstract for an oral communication or poster presentation, and sharing your work with the wider molecular biosciences community.
Dr Isabel Pires
Prof Nicole Pamme
Prof John Greenman
Lab-on-a-chip devices allow precise control over liquid handing at microscopic scales and are applied in anything that involves liquid handing from enzyme-catalysed reaction chemistry to synthesis of smart biomaterials, point-of-care clinical diagnostics, and biomedical studies on cells and tissue.
This 2-day training event will provide an overview of the current state-of-the-art approaches to lab-on-a-chip, from materials and fabrication to biochemical and biomedical research applications. With hands-on sessions building on the talks, this event will be a unique opportunity to explore what has been highlighted in recent years as a hot research topic in biomedicine and the biosciences. The programme will also include a session focused on an industry perspective of these technologies, their clinical applications and 3R strategies for in vivo models.