Biosensors is a rapidly expanding industry
The biosensors market is projected to reach $50 Billion by 2030.Read more here
Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) market to grow
The IoMT market size to reach $200 billion over the next decade.Secure your place
Next-generation Diagnostics Technologies
Precision diagnostics will deliver personalized medicine for better healthcare.View the latest program
Expert Speakers to Date
- Robert Thompson
University of Colorado Boulder
- Tsute Chen
The Forsyth Institute
- Satu Pekkala
University of Jyväskylä
- Larry Weiss
- Kamlesh Oza
- Cheri Ackerman
- Nini Fan
- Alex Dajkovic
- Fiona MacDougall
- Gemma Budd
- Human Metabolome Technologies
- Seventure Partners
- University of Jyväskylä
- Evonik Corporation
- Concerto Biosciences
- MaMome Inc.
- BDD Pharma
- University College Cork
- University of British Columbia
- Thorne HealthTech
Who should attend?
- Laboratory Operations
- Artificial Intelligence (AI)
- Machine Learning (ML)
- Cloud Computing
- IoMT Hardware
- Biotechnology Research
- Nano & Micro Robotics
- Modalities Research
- System Biology and Research
- Molecular Medicine
- 3D Printing Technology
- Actuators Development
- Business Development
- Clinical Trials and Approvals
- Manufacturing Research & Innovation
- Research and Development
- Strategy, Projects, & Public Affairs
- Legal and Compliance Work
- Equipment Certification Services
- News Reporting and Journalism
The Biosensor Summit is the only event of its kind to deliver leading market intelligence and industry presentations on the latest in next-generation diagnostics that can be integrated with modern telecommunications to create complete sensing systems.…view more...
Key topics for 2023:
- Future trends in biosensor modalities for next-generation diagnostics
Hear about DNA chips, enzyme-based biosensors, immunosensors, ingestible, implantable, wearable biosensors, MEMS, and NEMS for next-generation diagnostics.
- The role of AI and ML in the development of next-generation biosensors
Explore artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and the internet of medical things (IoMT) for the development of next-generation biosensors.
- Exploring new technologies in biosensor instrumentation for better diagnosis
Study the advances in surface Plasmon resonance, CRISPR-Cas systems, microfluidics, and immobilization technology towards next-generation bio-sensing technology.
- Latest research in nano-biosensors and nano-analytical systems for healthcare
Assessing the role of nano-analytics, nano-hybrids, nano-enabled bio-sensing systems, smart surfaces, and lab-on-a-chip technologies for intelligent healthcare.
- New biosensor-based actuator technologies for enhancing rehabilitation
Learn about recent advances in wearable bio-sensing gloves, prostheses, and virtual reality to improve rehabilitation and sensory feedback biosystems for better healthcare.
- Case studies on microfabrication and bioprinting technologies in biosensors
Gain insight into the latest developments in printed electrochemical instruments and bioprinting technology for biosensors and their applications.
- Provided a fantastic chance for learning and was a very successful networking event.
Mike Zimmer (Novartis)
- I loved the show! A fantastic group of folks and a really educational conference.
Wensheng Du (GlaxoSmithKline)
- Fantastic conference. Excellent information. Event was well-planned, and the agenda was great.
Barry Rosen (Sanofi)
- An informative event with lots of chances to interact with experts in the subject.
Ying Wang (Johnson & Johnson)
- Excellent speakers line up. Showcasing the science and results from across the industry.
Anne Renton (Merck)
- Good planning and talks. Excellent networking opportunities.
Carolyn Dulney (Roche)