NanoGVA Symposium

The 2nd NanoGVA Symposium “Creating the Invisible: the development of nanomedicines” will be hosted by the University of Geneva on October 5-6, 2023. The symposium will deal with relevant topics like new characterization methods of advanced materials, manufacturing processes and the regulatory background of nanomedicines.

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