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As science and technology continue to advance, biosensors have emerged as a promising breakthrough in healthcare. These sensors are capable of detecting various biological indicators and factors in the human body, such as monitoring blood sugar levels, identifying impurities in serum, and sensing inflammation through oxide levels. Furthermore, the ability to measure nitric oxide levels may allow for the more accurate prescription of antibiotics and cancer drugs. Overall, biosensors hold great potential for revolutionizing healthcare and improving patient outcomes.
- Chair: Prof. Chi Van Dang, Johns Hopkins University (USA) and Member of the VinFuture Prize Council.
- Distinguished Speaker: Prof. Jeff Wang, Louis M. Sardella Professor in Mechanical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University (USA)
- Special Guest: Prof. Manh-Huong Phan, Full Professor (Research), Department of Physics, University of South Florida (USA)