After only one edition, the event increase from 3 to 13 countries across Europe!

This second edition of the Nano World Cancer Day took place in thirteen different countries across Europe. It resulted in a global high interest:

  • More than 300 people attended the event
  • Media coverage was great with print articles but also television and radio reportages in almost every country involved

Please visit the page Fellow Speakers for more information about great 2014 speakers.

For each country, find below the list of the local organizers

  • Austria, Graz:  BioNanoNet, supported by Techkonnex, Medical University of Graz
  • Czech Republic, Prague:  the Technology Center ASCR
  • Finland, Helsinki: The University of Helsinki
  • France, Paris: Nanobiotix
  • Germany, Erlangen: The Clinical University of Erlangen,
  • Greece, Athens: The General Secretariat for Research and Technology together with the University of Athens, under the auspices of the Ministry of Health
  • Ireland, Dublin: The Trinity College
  • Italy, Milan: Don Carlo Gnocchi ONLUS together with the Tumor National Institute
  • Luxembourg, Belvaux: The Gabriel Lippmann Centre
  • The Netherlands, Utrecht:  The NanoNextNL together with the Centre for Translational Molecular Medicine
  • Norway, Oslo: SINTEF, the Oslo Cancer Cluster and the Oslo University Hospital
  • Portugal, Braga: The International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory
  • UK, Liverpool, The British Society of Nanomedicine and the University of Liverpool