Find out about upcoming events of interest to the MIT.nano community here.

Breakthrough Cancer Nanotechnologies

On June 15, 2018, MIT’s Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research will present its 17th annual Summer Symposium: Breakthrough Cancer Nanotechnologies. Nanomedicine is a converging field of study in biology and engineering where scientists work at the molecular level to engineer innovative approaches to better detect, monitor, and treat cancer. Experts will discuss how nanotechnology can provide rapid and sensitive detection of cancer, as well as generate entirely novel and highly effective therapeutic agents. The symposium will also feature an industry panel to discuss the impact of nanomedicine on the future of cancer care.

Advanced Optical Imaging and Spectroscopy with s-SNOM: From Nanoscale Chemical Identification of Polymers to Real-Space Visualization of Exotic Waves in 2d Materials

Tool Talks Express with Neaspec and fellow MIT researchers

Monday, May 7, 2018
36-462, Allen Room (4th floor)
50 Vassar St.
Cambridge, MA
11am-1pm (Lunch included)

Demo at Harvard CNS on Tuesday, May 8