HYBRID EVENT: You can participate in person at Valencia, Spain or Virtually from your home or work.

2nd Edition of International Conference on Analytical and Bioanalytical Techniques

September 14-16, 2023 | Hybrid Event

September 14-16, 2023 | Valencia, Spain

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Bioanalytica Conferences

2nd Edition of International Conference on Analytical and Bio analytical Techniques | Valencia, Spain

Dear scientists, it is a privilege to warmly welcome you while attending and participating in the BioAnalytica 2023 conference, which provides a platform for presentations on recent research findings and allows for discussing fundamental and applied developments related to the future of analytical sciences. The conference themes are targeting a multidisciplinary audience of chemists, biologists, and engineers active in the field of environmental sciences and sustainable development. In viewpoint of a worldwide transition towards circular economy, the access to better analytical methods is crucial in order to enhance the quality, performance and long lifetime of products. In particular, the online and localized in-situ monitoring of stress states in materials and composites are important tools to predict and reduce dramatic failure. The interphase between constituents in composite materials is likely a weak point where material failure initiates. As inspired by examples in nature, the development of hierarchical structures at composite interphases with bio-based adhesion mechanisms may reinforce the interface strength, while the coupling with stress-sensitive molecular structures may simultaneously provide a method for analytically evaluating local failure stresses. In future, the implementation of analytical techniques utilizing sensor elements from bio-based resources may contribute to the creation of more sustainable functional devices. Please join us at the conference, and share your ideas on innovative analytical and bio analytical techniques!

Yours Sincerely
Pieter Samyn
Hasselt University

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Bioanalytica Conferences

2nd Edition of International Conference on Analytical and Bio analytical Techniques

Ladies and Gentlemen welcome on the deck of our transatlantic ready to cross the seas of the Bioanalytica 2023 (Valencia, Spain, September 2023), and in particular welcome to the session of Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry” in which I will illustrate some unique data gathered in this domain. In particular, I will comment on our EVA technique (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate studded with strong cation and anion resins admixed with C8 and C18 hydrophobic beads), a unique methodology developed for exploring precious documents belonging to the World Cultural Heritage, and stored in museum and State Archives, without damaging or contaminating them. When applied to any surface such foils can harvest any type of surface material, which is then eluted and analyzed via standard means, such as GS/MS (for metabolites), MS/MS (for peptide and protein analysis), X-ray (for elemental analysis). This novel methodology represents a formidable tool for exploring the past life of famous authors, scientist and literates in that it can detect traces of their pathologies and even drug consumption left by saliva and sweat traces on their original handwrittendocuments. All of you could apply EVA to any particular domain under study. Enjoy the conference.

Yours Sincerely
Pier Giorgio Righetti
Politecnico di Milano

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Analytical Techniques Events

Dear congress participants

It is a pleasure to write a short welcome address for the International Conference on Analytical and Bioanalytical Techniques 2022. Attendants can expect an incredibly multifaceted scientific program covering in more than 30 scientific sessions a broad range of topics highlighting such diverse subject areas as the latest developments in analytical techniques and instrumentation to tissue and genome engineering. Thus, experts in these various fields of knowledge can not only network with colleagues of similar expertise, but can also look beyond their own horizon.

After all, apart from the attractive scientific aspects, participants can expect in Paris the flair of one of the nicest cities of the world !

Yours Sincerely
Prof. Dr. Heinz W. Siesler
University Duisburg-Essen