31st Anniversary World Congress on Biosensors
26-29 July 2021 | Online – Live and On-demand
Biosensors 2021 is going online! Join us for a live programme featuring our expert invited speakers, and the same high-quality of peer-reviewed contributed talks and posters addressing all the key topics from our in-person meeting.
Register now to participate in an interactive conference experience: live-stream presentations and take part in discussion through live chat and Q&A – plus enjoy 6 months on-demand post event access to recorded sessions*.
Registration deadline for live participation: 23.59 BST 24 July 2021
Your registration includes post-event on-demand access for 6 months
Participate live from your desktop or mobile device to:
Deepen your knowledge: Live-stream a personalised schedule from the entire programme to match your research interests.
Engage with our inspirational speakers and other attendees during the live-streamed sessions: Ask questions and participate in live chat and polls.
Review the latest research in the ePoster hall and discuss directly with the author in the live poster sessions.
- Network with your peers, meet new contacts and renew relationships: Connect with other attendees during the live event to chat and arrange one-to-one meetings.
- Communicate your research to a wider, more-inclusive audience: our lower fees, online delivery and post-event on-demand access will make the event more accessible to all.
- Visit the live exhibition booths to meet industry partners, chat with exhibitors and learn more about their products.
- Enjoy more flexibility with on-demand access to recorded sessions for 6 months after the event*. For multi-stream events, watch one stream live and catch-up on what you missed after the event.
* On-demand access includes recordings of talks and slides, poster pitches and posters from authors that have agreed for post event distribution: the organisers cannot guarantee on-demand access to all presentations.
The three-day programme consists of daily invited plenary lectures followed by parallel sessions comprising a rigorously refereed selection of submitted papers and posters.
- Rapid methods for the detection of viruses
- Bioelectronics (including biocomputing, bio-fuel and photovoltaic cells, and electronic noses)
- Commercial biosensors, manufacturing and markets
- DNA- and nucleic acid-based sensors and aptasensors
- Enzyme-based biosensors
- Lab-on-a-chip and multiplexed sensors
- Microfluidics and immobilisation technology
- Smartphone diagnostics, wearable biosensors and mobile health
- Nanobiosensors, nanomaterials & nanoanalytical systems
- Natural & synthetic receptors (including MIPs)
- Organism-, whole cell- and organ-based biosensors
- Printed biosensors and microfabrication
- Novel transducers
- Single molecule detection
- Theranostics, implantable and ingestible sensors