The Plenary speeches will be held in the auditorium, all other activities are suspended during those sessions in order to enable all participants to attend. There will be several oral sessions in parallel during the afternoon on different topics. Those sessions will be held in smaller rooms and the participants can select the ones they want to attend depending on their topics of interest.
The detailed program is available!
The Royal Society of Chemistry is pleased to offer:
- The outstanding ICONAN 2017 abstract prize has been awarded to Dr. Havva Yagci Acar from the Koc University for the abstract “Cationic Ag2S NIR Quantum Dots and Their Theranostic Applications”
- The best ICONAN 2017 student abstract prize has been awarded to Mr. Julio Manuel Rios de la Rosa from the University of Manchester for the abstract “Hyaluronic Acid and CD44: A Not So Straightforward Relationship”
- The best ICONAN 2017 poster presentation has been awarded to Ms. Geeta Arya from the Central University of Rajasthan for the abstract “Polymeric nanoparticles assisted delivery of nucleic acid for targeted gene therapy”
Each Award includes:
A free online subscription to the Nanoscale Horizon journal
A free online subscription to the Molecular Systems Design & Engineering journal
Nanoscale Horizons is a premier journal publishing first reports of exceptional significance across the breadth of nanoscience and nanotechnology research. It is an innovative, community-focused, dynamic journal guided by world-renowned editorial board members. Nanoscale Horizons is a collaborative venture between the Royal Society of Chemistry and a leading nanoscience research centre, the National Center for Nanoscience and Technology (NCNST) in Beijing, China. Nanoscale Horizons features cutting-edge community-spanning research that bridges the various disciplines involved with nanoscience and nanotechnology, including the areas of physics, chemistry, biology, medicine, materials, energy/environment, information technology, detection science, healthcare and drug discovery, and electronics.
Molecular Systems Design & Engineering provides a hub for cutting-edge research into how understanding of molecular properties, behaviour and interactions can be used to design and assemble better materials, systems, and processes to achieve specific functions. These may have applications of technological significance and help address global challenges.
Crossing the boundary between chemistry and chemical engineering, this unique new journal is a joint venture between the Royal Society of Chemistry and the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE).