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The Keynote and Invited speakers at Sensors for Food and Agriculture 2017 are confirmed for the conference taking place at the Møller Centre, Cambridge, on 5-6 December.
14 November 2017Read in full
A short summary of Sensors in Medicine 2017, which was held last month in London, is now available.
6 November 2017Read in full
The 3rd Annual Sensors in Food and Agiculture 2017 Conference takes place on 5-6 December at the Møller Centre, Cambridge. The Call for Papers for oral presentations closes on 3 November - posters on 10th November.
31 October 2017Read in full
There are just two weeks left to register for Sensors in Medicine 2017 on 3-5 October in London. The conference includes sessions on: Glucose Monitoring; Infectious Diseases and Point-of-Care; Cancer Diagnosis. Register now to learn about state of the art diagnostic sensor technology, as well as new technology on the horizon.
19 September 2017Read in full
Captum Capital announces the final programme for the 5th Annual Sensors in Medicine conference, taking place on 3-5 October in London. The conference will focus on sensor applications in glucose monitoring, infectious diseases and cancer diagnosis.
5 September 2017Read in full
The 5th Annual Sensors in Medicine International Conference links academic, clinical and commercial activities in sensor applications in glucose monitoring, infectious diseases and PoC, and cancer diagnosis.
26 June 2017Read in full
Sensors in Environmental Monitoring 2017 will bring together academic, industry and regulatory thought leaders to discuss the impact of environmental pollution on human health, and how sensor technology is used to monitor the environment
23 May 2017Read in full
The next big thing in sensor technology is going to be the diagnosis of cancer. Sensors are being developed for molecular biomarkers, VOC biomarkers, circulating DNA; liquid biopsies, machine learning and DNA sequencing are all being employed in the early stage diagnosis of cancer. The Sensors for Cancer Diagnosis conference on 22-23 May will explore these and other technologies.
9 May 2017Read in full
The final programme has been published for the 4th annual Sensors in Medicine 2016 conference. The conference takes place on the 9-10 November 2016 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London - Docklands Riverside. Following the conference on 11 November there will be a HackaThon at which teams of postgraduate students will compete to design a new sensor healthcare aplication.
24 October 2016Read in full