I am on the International Program Committee of Euro BioMat 2011, a European Symposium on Biomaterials and related areas which will take place in Jena, Germany, 13-14 April 2011.
From the Euro Biomat website:
The scope of Euro BioMat 2011 addresses the growing interest of science and industry in the different aspects of the creation, characterization, testing and application of biomaterials and closely related areas. The motivation is not only the recent scientific progress and new challenges of this exciting, strongly interdisciplinary field of science and engineering, but also that engineers, materials scientists, physicists, chemists and biologists in industrial R&D as well as medical professionals are increasingly facing situations, where materials are confronted with high performance requirements and a challenging biological environment at the same time.
Read on here.
Bionanomaterials is one of the topics that will be explored during this symposium.