Biodetection 2012 Conference Brings Together Leading Organizations from Around the World to Address Challenges & Technology Advances in Detection and Identification of Biological Threats in Washington, DC from June 28-29, 2012

Knowledge Foundation to Bring Together Over 100 Leading Organizations from around the World for the 20th Biodetection 2012 conference in Washington, DC from June 28-29, 2012

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20th Annual Biodetection Technologies 2012

Boston, MA (PRWEB) June 19, 2012

BIODETECTION TECHNOLOGIES 2012 - the 20th conference in our Detection Technologies conference series - is an internationally recognized event for experts in detection & identification of biological threats. This conference will review feedback from end-users of detection and point-of-care devices and explore the latest R&D developments and commercialization efforts in the cutting-edge fields of biodefense related technologies including:

  •     Cost-effective/sensitive/selective/reliable detectors for low resource conditions
  •     Point-of-care/clinical applications for pathogen/virus/threat detection and identification
  •     Technological challenges for rapid/early/specific sensitive detection; multi-sensing
  •     Reagentless vs. reagent biodetection systems
  •     Role of nanotechnology and system miniaturization
  •     Use of biochip technology; microfluidics
  •     Advances in microarray and sequencing technologies
  •     Bioinformatics and forensics for biodefense
  •     Reducing false positives vs. detector sensitivity
  •     Field-deployable devices: portability/compatibility/reliability/scalability
  •     Non-PCR vs. PCR based detection techniques
  •     Issues of sensitivity/testing/evaluation/validation

Join with Over 100 Leading Organizations that Are Already Participating

AFRC Div. RHXB
American Elements
Applied Research Associates
ARA
Ascel Bio LLC
A-TEK
BAI, Inc.
Battelle
Battelle for the US DOE
Battelle Memorial Institute
Bay First Solutions, LLC
BNBI
Brookhaven National Laboratory
CBRN Defense Coordinating Office, USAMRMA
CBRNIAC
CEA
Clary Corporation
Computational Biology and Bioinformatics
CosmosID
CST & CBRNE
CTTSO/TSWG
Davis-Paige Management Systems
Department of Health & Human Services
Department of Homeland Security
DHS S&T
DHS, Office of Health Affairs
Domestic Preparedness
Dow AgroSciences
Draper Laboratory
DSO National Laboratories
Dstl
Dugway Proving Ground
Eureka Genomics
FBI
Gate2Bio
GenArraytion, Inc
George Mason University
Georgetown University
Global Biodefense
Henry Jackson Foundation
Homeland Security Research
Homeland Security Today
IDA
Industrial Hygiene News
Institute of Genome Sciences
Iowa State University
IZON Science, Ltd.
JHU/APL
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab
Kansas State University & CEEZAD
LabBulletin
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Los Alamos National Lab
LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY
Luminex Corporation
M-Bio Diagnostics
MBio Diagnostics, Inc.
Merck-Millipore
Milestone Strategies
MIT
MIT Lincoln Lab
MTI Corp
MTA
Naccho
National Institute of Infectious Diseases
National Sheriffs Association
Naval Medical Research Center
NBACC
NCB Prepared
Northrop Grumman
NYC Transit
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Oak Ridge Strategy Road
Orion Integrated Biosciences Inc.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Pan Stanford Publishing
PharmaVoice
Pollution Equipment News
Rheonix
Rimbach Publishing
Robert Koch Institute
SageN Research
SAIC
Sandia National Laboratory
Sandia National Labs
Scienion US, Inc.
Shenygen Huakuang United Gene Biotech
Tactical Defense Media
Tetracore, Inc.
The International Nanoscience Community
The Scientist
The Tauri Group
The University of Texas at Austin
Thermo Fisher
Thermo Fisher Fitzpatrick
U.S Department of Energy
U.S. Army
U.S. Army Dugway Proving Ground
U.S. Army ERDC-CERL
U.S. Defense Threat Reduction Agency
UCSD
UNC Chapel Hill
University of Maryland School of Medicine
University of Texas at Austin
US FDA
US Postal Service
USDA APHIS PPQ CPHST
USDA APHIS PPQ CPHST NPGBL
USSTRATCOM SCC-WMD J2
UT-Battelle
West Virginia University
Western University of Health Sciences
Yonsei University

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