Monthly Archives: February 2008

Polymer Centre signs up to NIA

The Polymer Centre has joined the Nanotechnology Industries Association, which aims to promote the responsible use of nanotechnology and raise awareness among key audiences including the media, government, NGOs and other stakeholders of its applications and potential. As an Affiliate Member, the Polymer Centre will enable those of its members at the University of Sheffield […]

Posted on Friday, February 29th, 2008 in News.

Advanced Materials Analysis

The Sorby Nano Investigation Centre invites you to an event and networking opportunity on Advanced Materials Analysis for Solving Industrial Problems, at the Millenium Galleries in Sheffield on April 2, 2008 at 5:00pm. The event will be themed around advanced material analysis and how the two Sheffield Universities can help your business solve its industrial […]

Posted on Thursday, February 21st, 2008 in Event.

Nanofactory Mission to Tokyo

February 13 – 15, 2008, saw the world’s largest annual nanotechnology trade exhibition, Nano Tech 2008, take place at the Tokyo Big Sight exhibition centre. Almost 50,000 delegates attended, to see exhibitors from 23 countries. Nanofactory, Yorkshire Forward‘s project to represent our region’s R&D excellence in practically all aspects of nanotechnology, was invited to occupy […]

Posted on Wednesday, February 20th, 2008 in News.

Time Dependent Behaviour of Rubber

A one day conference organised by the Rubber in Engineering Committee of the Polymer Society, part of the Institute of Materials, Mining and Minerals, to be held at 1, Carlton House Terrace, London on October 30th 2008. Papers are invited on all aspects of the time and frequency dependent properties of elastomeric materials. Please submit […]

Posted on Thursday, February 14th, 2008 in Event, Polymer conferences.

The Bioelectronic Interface: Sensors and Switches

Chemistry Dept. Lecture Theatre 1 Seminar by Dr Jason Davis from the Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory at the University of Oxford. The generation of functionally-active biomolecular monolayers is important in both analytical science and biophysical analyses. Our ability to monitor the redox-active state of immobilised proteins or enzymes at a molecular level, from which stochastic and […]

Posted on Wednesday, February 13th, 2008 in Event, Polymer seminars.