This session is intended to introduce the audience to the current and emerging clinical applications of nanotechnology. Nanotechnology allows for the creation of ever smaller diagnostic devices ? to the point where, one day, the line between in vivo and in vitro diagnostics will be obscured. For example, biosensors are used in today?s POCT instrumentation and in the near future we will be able to measure the glucose concentration in our eye with the help of biosensor embedded in our contact lenses. In the not so distant future, submarine biosensors may reside in the blood stream and measure certain biochemical parameters. Where are nanotechnologies today and where will they be in the future? Attend this symposium and find out.