The theme of this year’s annual Sigma Symposium is ‘Size Matters – Applications of Nanotechnology.’ The applications of nanotechnology are numerous: smaller mobile phones, storing solar energy, faster and cheaper DNA sequencing, and so on. The progression within this scientific area is of great importance for modern life and should not be underestimated. As nanotechnology is such a broad scientific field, some of its applications are closely related to (bio-)chemistry. In this year’s symposium, we will examine what nanotechnology can do for us as (bio-)chemists, and for society
The symposium will take place on April 16 2014 in the Linnaeus building next to the Faculty of Science of the Radboud University Nijmegen. During this day, a diverse selection of lectures will be given with several breaks in between. The day closes with an informal drink to which all visitors and lecturers are invited.
The Sigma Symposium 2014 has ended, and we would once again thank all our sponsors and lecturers for this great day. We hope to see many of you return on our Sigma Symposium in 2015! Pictures of the Sigma Symposium 2014 can be found here.
You can register on http://www.vcmw-sigma.nl/inschrijven/ or ask a member of the organising committee to subscribe.
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