Dec 5 2013 Event: Innovations at the intersections of micro/nanofabrication technology, biology, and biomedicine


Exciting event coming up on December 5th at Boston University on “Innovations at the intersections of micro/nanofabrication technology, biology, and biomedicine“.   Organized by Professor Xin Zhang, the speaker line-up is stellar!  See below for details and click here to register:

Please join us at the Boston University Photonics Center on Thursday, December 5 for our 17th Annual Photonics Center Symposium. This year’s symposium, chaired by Professor Xin Zhang, will explore innovations at the intersections of micro/nanofabrication technology, biology, and biomedicine.Join us for a full day of speakers from academia and industry, who will lead the audience in photonics research exploration. An evening reception will follow.

Symposium Speakers Include:

  • Dr. Joanna Aizenberg, Harvard University
  • Dr. Stephan Anderson, Boston University Medical Center
  • Dr. Joseph Charest, The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory
  • Dr. Christopher Chen, Boston University
  • Dr. Patrick Doyle, MIT
  • Dr. Chih-Ming Ho, University of California, Los Angeles
  • Dr. Donald Ingber, Harvard University
  • Mr. Jason Kroh, CardioMEMS
  • Mr. Benjamin Schlatka, MC10

Please join us on Thursday, December 5, 2013 for the Photonics Center Symposium.

Seating is limited, so be sure to register early.

Thursday, December 5, 2013 8:00 a.m.-6:30 p.m.

The Boston University Photonics Center
8 Saint Mary’s Street, Room 906
Boston, MA 02215

Visit the Symposium Website:


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