Recent developments in the field of suprabiomolecular chemistry have shown the immense potential of the resulting systems to contribute to a wide spectrum of scientific disciplines, ranging from fundamental bioorganic chemistry to soft matter, and from chemistry to biology and medicine.
SupraBio 2021 will focus on future directions and frontiers of fundamental researches involving Supramolecular Chemistry, Biomaterials and Bioconjugates self-assembly. Supramolecular systems offer efficient approaches for numerous applications in the areas of soft materials featuring responsive properties, or biomedical investigations (drug delivery, controlled release, tissue engineering, bioprinting etc).
In the future, these promising systems will very likely provide tools to nano-fabrication and nano-manipulation for the development of advanced technology in the field of biomedical applications. This sixth edition of the SupraBio focuses on the transversal nature of supramolecular chemistry, by offering an international forum on the latest advances in the field from basic to applied research.
Biomaterials, Soft matter
(nucleic acids, peptides, saccharides, lipids)
Prof. Stefan Vogel, University of Southern Denmark, DK
Prof. Philippe Barthélémy, University of Bordeaux - INSERM-CNRS, France
Dr. Valérie Desvergnes, University of Bordeaux - INSERM-CNRS, France
Prof. Eugen Stulz, University of Southampton, UK
Prof. Mark Grinstaff, Boston University, USA
Rachel K. O'Reilly, University of Birmingham
Peter Strazewski, Université de Lyon
Dipankar Sen, Simon Fraser University
Ling Peng, Aix-Marseille University
Stefan Matile, University of Geneva
Cynthia J. Burrows, University of Utah
Regular Submission - February 19th, 2021
Regular Registration - March 26th, 2021
Conference - May 10-12, 2021