6th International Meeting on Search for ElectroActive Materials
Brooklyn, New York City
Saturday, December 2nd, 2000

SEAM 2000 annual meeting will focus on biotechnical applications and intersections
of inherently conductive polymers with the life sciences. This includes topics such as
biosensors, controlled release, cell-polymer interaction, molecular recognition,
bioimmobilization with ICPs, bio-blends with ICPs, etc.


"Novel Biosensors Based on Functionalized Conjugated Polymers"
Mario Leclerc, Laval University, Quebec City, Canada

"Nucleobase and Oligonucleotide-Functionalized Polythiophenes"
Peter Braeuerle, University of Ulm

"GenoSensors Using Inherently Conducting Polymer-DNA Complexes"
Anthony Guiseppi-Elie, Virginia Commonwealth University

"Chemical Sensors"
Timothy Swagger, MIT

"Interpolyelectrolyte reactions and interpolyelectrolyte complexes in organic media"
Alexander Zezin, Moscow State University

" DNA-surfactant interactions and complexes in water and organic media"
Vladimir Sergeyev, Moscow State University

Design made by Vishwan Aranha.