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Applying for a Nanomedicine conference

I am currently applying for a nanomedicine conference In London which is available for 11+, undergraduate and postgraduate students!

The idea of the competition is where students from various levels with a scientific background (presumably) can apply for free entry to the conference with £150 travel bursary by completing a 1000 word essay on any area which inspires the candidate applying. The conference is being held by Nano4Life.

Me personally, I’ve written an essay about the future of nanorobotics in medical diagnosis and uses in the future of medicine. Due to the limited number of competition winners (only two) and the about of views of the page (107 at the time this was written), I’m not too optimistic about winning with less than 2% chance in theory but I am hoping that if I do I can use the conferencing event to get use to the atmosphere of a conference as well as networking and building links into the industry I want to enter.

Furthermore, It will give offer the chance to personally talk to leading researchers in my desired area on a 1 to 1 basis which will be a brilliant opportunity for any candidate. I would like to wish everyone who has applied for the Nano4life good luck and to the winners to take full advantage of the opportunity!

Source: britishsocietynanomedicine.org