International symposium on Biosensors and Bioelectronic Materials is a four-day event organized by the International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM). The conference theme “Recent Advancements in the Biosensors and Bioelectronic Materials" Research and Innovations: Breakthrough to Excellence”. The conference aims to showcase the latest scenario and cutting-edge technologies by providing experts a forum to build their global networks and drive innovations.
Biosensors and bioelectronics are emerged as the most popular subject area in the active research field since discovery of an amperometric glucose oxidase electrode for the detection of glucose by Leland Clark in 1962. Biosensors are continuously received high-hope for healthcare at home. The 5th Edition of Biosensors and Bioelectronics Symposium which is going to organise on the occasion of 57th anniversary of biosensor’s discovery.
The 26th assembly of IAAM Congress offers a coordination of three contemporary research fields – i) Graphene and 2D Materials, ii) Composite Materials, and iii) Biosensors and Bioelectronics to pave the way towards multi-inter-trans-disciplinary translational research and innovations for the market.
Advancements in Biosensors and Bioelectronic Materials Research and Innovations: Breakthrough to Excellence
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IAAM Congress(s) evidence strong attendance from industry and academia, excellent Speakers, Interdisciplinary Research Presentations, Parallel Sessions, Symposia and Global Networking. The Congress(s) exhibit the commercial products and its launches along with the experience of multi-cultural and demographic heritage of two Scandinavian capital cities, Stockholm (known for Nobel prize) and Helsinki.
The innovative meetings set-up, Knowledge Experience at SeaTM ensures the maximum interaction and most vibrant discussion to place all delegates onboard in a single vessel. IAAM Congress(s) experience of multi-cultural and demographic heritage of two Scandinavian capital cities, Stockholm (known for Nobel prize) and Helsinki.