31st Anniversary World Congress on Biosensors
26-29 July 2021 | Busan Exhibition and Conference Centre, Busan, Korea
New dates announced: Biosensors 2020 postponed to 26-29 July 2021Read more here
As the spread of COVID-19 continues and the situation is still uncertain, Elsevier and the Congress Chairs have taken the decision to postpone Biosensors 2020 to 26-29 July 2021, in the same venue in Busan, South Korea.
We will continue to closely monitor developments, taking advice from the WHO and other agencies, but as the safety of our customers and colleagues is paramount, we feel it is pertinent to postpone until 2021.
Any pre-registered delegate will automatically be transferred to the new conference date in July unless you notify us that you will not be able to attend on those dates.
The World Congress on Biosensors is the largest and most well-established conference in the field, attracting around a thousand attendees from industry, academe and government organisations. For 30 years, this meeting has catalysed interactions to further this ever-expanding area. Biosensors harness the exquisite recognition capabilities of biological systems and combine them with physicochemical transducers to deliver simple, easy to use diagnostic systems for an ever-expanding range of applications to improve health, wellbeing and the environment. We are delighted to bring this year’s Congress to Korea, which is playing a key role in driving some of the most exciting new commercial applications in biochips, wearable sensors and telecommunication interfaces.
Due to the rescheduling of the Congress, we are re-opening abstract submission. Find out more here.
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