A review of the conference has been published in Warwick's Research journal: Exchages.
Thanks to all our speakers, delegates and sponsors for making the ENH2014 meeting a success!
This one-day conference, held at the University of Warwick, brought together experts from throughout the UK to discuss the future of nanoscience in healthcare. Leading Academics in the field were invited to talk about their latest research in a forum designed to stimulate new thoughts surrounding the challenges facing academic research into nanotechnology for medical applications. Delegates from throughout the UK and Ireland from Universities and companies registered to take part and present posters relevant to the field. The day was rounded off with a panel discussion, enabling delegates to pose questions to our Academic panel and to consider realistic (and unrealistic!) visions for the future.
Thanks to our generous sponsors: The University of Warwick, the Institute of Advanced Study, the Materials Global Research Priority, the Royal Society of Chemistry's Materials Chemistry Division, Nanoscale, the Journal of Materials Chemistry B, ATG Scientific and the Polymer Club.
Audience settling in for the first session of the day.
Morning session speakers: Clockwise from top left: Dr Catherine Berry (University of Glasgow), Dr Sebastien Spain (University of Nottingham), Prof Marina Resmini (Queen Mary University London), Daniel Phillips (University of Warwick).
Poster session with delegates presenting their research.
Afternoon session speakers: Clockwise from top left: Dr David Fulton (Univeristy of Newcastle), Prof Nguyen TK Thanh (University College London), Dr Matthew Gibson (University of Warwick).
Afternoon panel discussion. Left to right: Dr David Fulton, Dr Matthew Gibson, Dr Sebastian Spain, Daniel Phillips, Prof Marina Resmini and Prof Nguyen TK Thanh.
Ignacio Insua (University of Birmingham, right), winner of the Journal of Materials Chemistry B Poster Prize with Dr Mathew Robin (conference co-organiser, left).
Prof Marina Resmini, Queen Mary University London
Dr David Fulton, Newcastle University
Prof Nguyen TK Thanh, University College London
Dr Catherine Berry, University of Glasgow
Dr Sebastian Spain, University of Nottingham
Dr Matthew Gibson, University of Warwick
Daniel Phillips, University of Warwick
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Poster Prize generously sponsored by the Royal Society of Chemistry
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