//www.giiconference.com/kf227307-2012/">Biodetection Technologies Conference 2012, June 28-29 in Washington, DC, is an internationally recognized event for experts and professionals involved in the detection & identification of biological threats. This conference will review feedback from end-users of detection and point-of-care devices and explore the latest R&D developments and commercialization efforts in the cutting-edge fields of biodefense related technologies. Attendees will be able to network with and share perspectives and experience with end-users, vendors, OEMs, and first-responders from deployed and near-deployment stages.
Other topics to be discussed include: cost-effective, sensitive, selective, and reliable detectors for low resource conditions; point-of-care and clinical applications for pathogen, virus, and threat detection and identification; simple, easy-to-use devices for air-, water-, and food borne pathogens without PCR; point-of-care assays for resource limited, lab and clinical settings; mobile labs; technological challenges for rapid/early/specific sensitive detection; reagentless vs. reagent biodetection systems; the use of Raman and Mass spectroscopy, TIRF and other spectral methods for robust biodetection; the role of nanotechnology and system miniaturization; MEMS and bioMEMS; the use of biochip technology; micro- and nanofluidics; advances in microarray and sequencing technologies; bioinformatics and forensics for biodefense; and reducing false positives vs. detector sensitivity; field-deployable devices.
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