4–9 July 2021, Hiroshima, Japan
The 11th International Conference on Molecular Imprinting (MIP 2020)

MIP2020 aims to bring together scientists and engineers interested in molecular imprinting and related technologies, from academia and industry, in a productive and manageable environment. This conference will highlight recent research activities on molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs) and related science and technologies from all over the world. The scope of the conference ranges from new concepts and principles to advanced preparation techniques and industrial applications.

The program will include a special session on bio-related cutting-edge research in Japan, presented by Prof. Kazunori Kataoka (DDS and nanomedicines), Prof. Takahiro Ochiya (Extracellular vesicles), Prof. Kazuhiko Ishihara (Biomaterials), and Prof. Yasushi Okada (Super-resolution imaging). More than 15 invited talks, 60 contributed papers and 120 poster presentations will be scheduled.

Since the first conference held in Cardiff, UK, in 2000, the MIP Conference has acted as the most relevant forum for researchers to share new ideas, discuss the most recent advancements, and exchange information. MIP2020 will provide participants with an excellent opportunity to accelerate future developments through various presentations and discussions, as well as building friendships.


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