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Biomaterials Symposium

We are delighted to announce that the Royal Society of Chemistry Biomaterials Awards Symposium will be taking place at the University of Warwick on Friday 3rd March 2017. A schedule can be found below.

All lectures will take place in the Physics Lecture Theatre on main campus - please see links on right. Refreshments and wine reception will take place on the Science concourse outside the lecture theatre.

This event is free to attend, but please register here for numbers and catering purposes.

Time Event
13.00-13.30 Tea, coffee and refreshments
13.20-13.30 Instroduction
13.30-14.15

Peptides Conjugates: From Self-assembly Towards Applications in Biomedicine

Professor Ian Hamley, University of Reading

Winner of the Peter Day Award

14.15-15.00

Self-Organization of Biomimetic Nanoparticles

Professor Nicholas Kotov, University of Michigan

Winner of the Stephanie K Kwolek Award

15.00-15.30 Tea, coffee and refreshments
15.30-16.15

Dibromomaleimides and Aminobromomaleimies: New Functional Handles in Polymer Science

Professor Rachel O’Reilly, University of Warwick

Winner of the Gibson-Fawcett Award

16.15-17.00

Bottom-Up Design of Bioactive and Bio-Inspired Soft Matter

Professor Samuel Stupp, Northwestern University

Winner of the Soft Matter and Biophysical Chemistry Award

17.00-18.00 Awards Ceremony followed by wine reception

More details can be found on the Royal Society of Chemistry events webpages here.

If you have any queries, please contact the organiser, Dr Gemma-Louise Davies at G-L.Davies@warwick.ac.uk

Getting to Warwick

Advice for getting to and from campus can be found here

Lectures will take place in the Physics Lecture Theatre on main campus. See here for a campus map

***Please note: if travelling by train, use COVENTRY railway station, as this is closer to campus***


About the Department of Chemistry, University of Warwick


Thanks to the Royal Society of Chemistry and Materials GRP for generous sponsorship of this event

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Materials GRP