2023 NSF Grantees Conference: with a focus on Nanobiology

The conference will be held on Dec. 7-8, 2023, at Westin Alexandria Hotel, with live stream. Live stream of the conference will be available during the event.

The Conference is a combination of keynotes, panels, posters, program information sessions, discussions of research trends, and principal investigator meetings with NSF program directors.

The presentations will cover research trends, foundational breakthroughs with broad relevance, overviews of progress and new research, education, and innovation areas with a focus on nanobiology, nanobiomanufacturing, and nano-biomedicine. Keynote presentations are followed by discussion panels.

  • Day 1: Nanobiotechnology and Nanobiomanufacturing
    Nanoscale science and engineering at NSF, Quantum biology and quantum sensing, Synthetic biology, Nanobio architecture, Cell based nanomanufacturing, and Distributed nanomanufacturing systems.
  • Day 2: Nanobiomedicine and Infrastructure
    Regenerative medicine, Targeted drug delivery, Nanoscale phenomena in plant and agricultural systems, Education and infrastructure for nanobio world.
  • Poster sessions with a focus on research and education projects, centers, and partnerships will be held on both days. The conference site is Westin Alexandria Hotel near the NSF building.
  • Live stream of the conference will be available during the event.
  • Watch Highlights of the 2023 conference.

Academic Organizing Committee: Eric Josephs, University of North Carolina – Greensboro (Academic conference chair). Co-chairs: Dan Herr, University of North Carolina – Greensboro. Mark Tuominen, University of Massachusetts-Amherst. Rebecca Taylor, Carnegie Mellon. Members: Nancy Brown, University of North Carolina – Greensboro; Robert Stevens, University of Massachusetts-Amherst

NSF Organizers: Nora Savage, CBET; Mike Roco, NSF; Khershed Cooper, CMMI

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