About Nucleic Acid Architectures for Therapeutics, Diagnostics, Devices and Materials
The 2019 GRC on RNA Nanotechnology is the third meeting in a new biennial series that began covering this timely topic in 2015.
The conference promotes scientific exchange and fosters interdisciplinary collaborations between scientists working in diverse disciplines ranging from chemistry and biophysics of nucleic acids to materials sciences, biology and medicine, including the rapidly expanding fields of noncoding RNA and nucleic acids in extracellular vesicles.
The breadth of the nucleic acid nanotechnology field provides a collaborative environment for researchers with a wide range of backgrounds who are united by an interest in nucleic acid applications.
In nine sessions, the conference brings together experts from mature as well as emerging areas of nucleic acid research which span a wide spectrum of exciting science ranging from fundamental aspects to biomedical and translational advances of RNA and DNA nanotechnology.