Join us for the 2021 Seed funding mini-symposium entitled: “IMSE seed-funded projects: Emerging areas in molecular science and engineering” . This event will showcase the work by the cross-disciplinary collaboration projects funded by the IMSE Seed funding projects in 2021. This will be a chance to find out more about the progress of the projects and pose questions to those involved. The event will be held on online using Microsoft Teams.
The structure of the event will be as follows:
- 15.30 – 15.40 Brief IMSE Introduction and explanation of 2020-21 Seed funding
- 15.40 – 15.45 Marc Masen – Multi-scale mechanisms of rubber particle generation with application to tyre abrasion mitigation
- 15.45 – 15.50 Q&A
- 15.50 – 15.55 Richie Abel – The molecular basis of osteoporotic hip-fractures
- 15.55- 16.00 Q&A
- 16.00 16.05 Gunjan Tyagi – Light-switchable ‘Trojan’ surfactants for fast anti-microbial/viral action
- 16.05 – 16.10 Q&A
- 16.10 -16.25 – Break
- 16.25 – 16.30 Ruth Reid – Rapid extraction of viral respiratory pathogens from saliva samples using SmartLidTM
- 16.30– 16.35 Q&A
- 16.35 – 16.40 Feasibility of ultrasound delivery of nanobodies to the brain
- 16.40 – 16.45 Q&A
- 16.45– 16.50 Antimicrobial Materials for Surgical Applications
- 16.50 – 16.55 Q&A
- 16.55 -17.00 Closing remarks and any remaining questions
To find out more about the projects that have been funded please click on this link: https://www.imperial.ac.uk/news/233198/new-crossdisciplinary-collaborations-address-societal-challenges/
This event is for those who are internal to Imperial only.
If you would like to register to attend this session please email email@example.com.
If you are interested in submitting a proposal for the 2022 round of seed funding or attending the sandpit events and have not received the details by email, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The call is open to Imperial academics, fellows and PDRAs.