Long tradition: Since 1988, the Beilstein Bozen Symposia have addressed many different themes. In recent times the focus has been on selected interdisciplinary aspects of chemistry and biology.
The Beilstein-Institut organizes and supports scientific exchange between researchers by regularly held symposia. The number of participants is limited providing a convivial atmosphere for the ready exchange of thoughts and ideas.
This Beilstein Nanotechnology Symposium is organized Neus Feliu Torres, Fraunhofer IAP, Potsdam, Hélder Santos, University of Groningen and Wolfgang Parak, University of Hamburg.
This symposium will address the latest advances of nanomedicine for precise targeting therapies and unlock their potential for drug and gene delivery applications
This Beilstein Organic Chemistry Symposium is organized by Eva Hevia, University of Bern and Stephen Thomas, University of Edinburgh.
This symposium will discuss the challenges and opportunities main-group chemistry provides for modern synthesis and catalysis to complement classic Organic Chemistry and transition metal catalysis.
This Beilstein Nanotechnology Symposium is organized by Cindy Regal, University of Colorado Boulder, David Haviland, KTH Institute of Technology and Daniel Platz, TU Wien.
This symposium will bring together scientists working in both the classical and quantum regimes to discuss new ideas and explore connections between different branches of mechanical sensing.
This Beilstein Organic Chemistry Symposium is organized by Grace G. D. Han, Brandeis University and Hermann A. Wegner, Justus-Liebig-University Giessen.
This symposium will discuss the different and diverse aspects of how light can be used by molecules for applications like e.g. molecular switches, energy storage, synthesis and many more.