Nanomaterials in Healthcare

Posted on Friday, May 21st, 2010 in Event, News, Polymer seminars| Share this article
Sheffield Hallam University and the University of Sheffield present Nanomaterials in Healthcare: Sheffield’s Universities in Partnership with Yorkshire Business, an opportunity for local and regional businesses, academics and healthcare providers to discover opportunities for innovation in healthcare by the application of nanotechnology. This free to attend event at Sheffield City Hall on Monday 14 June 2010 consists of four short talks followed by time to network. The programme is as follows:

14.00: Registration and Coffee

14.30: “Nanotechnology in Yorkshire: Perspectives and Opportunities”

Prof. Richard Jones and Dr Liam Sutton, University of Sheffield and Nanofactory

14.50: “Nanocomposites for Dental Applications”

Dr Guenter Moebus, University of Sheffield

15.10: “What can vibrational spectroscopy tell us about medical polymers?”

Dr Chris Sammon, Sheffield Hallam University

15.30: “University of Sheffield spin-out company works successfully with Yorkshire universities”

Dr Ian Pykett, Phase Focus Ltd.

15.50-17.00: Networking Snack Buffet

To register, please click here (redirects to University of Sheffield) or contact Rose Nightingale, Secretary at Sheffield’s Polymer Centre, on 0114 222 9537.

In partnership with the Molecular Engineering Translational Research Centre, METRC.

Flyer (PDF, 900kB).