Nabiomat 2019


Natalia Olejnik-Feher have participated in the Nano (&) BioMaterials (Nabiomat) 2019 conference in Toruń. It was a great interdisciplinary meeting, serving the flow of information and views, as well as searching for new research areas and establishing cooperation. Modern nano- and biomaterials are gaining increasing interest and practical significance in industry, chemistry, biology and medicine. They are the subject of intensive physicochemical and biomedical research aimed at increasing the possibilities of controlling their specific properties and optimal use of materials. This new approach requires researchers to establish close cooperation between fields. The conference’s intention was to create a platform for free academic expression of scientists working at the interface of physics, materials chemistry, biology and biotechnology and related disciplines. Participation in this event was a great occasion to get to know researchers working in the nanomaterials field in Poland as well as practice presentation skills during Young Scientists section. Natalia Olejnik-Feher gave a short talk entitled “Revealing the elusive nature of surface-ligand interactions using dynamic nuclear polarization enhanced solid-state NMR”. This conference provided a full opportunity for practice and constructive dialogue with specialists in colloidal nanocrystals field and beyond. It was also an ideal platform for sharing the early results of her work as it was an international forum, constructed of researchers, education scientists, technologists and industry representatives who are experts in the field.


5-8 Jun., 2019


Toruń, Poland


Natalia Olejnik-Feher

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 711859.