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CRES Webinar Series - Plastics: Friend or Foe? Polymers for monitoring of environmental contaminants
Chemistry Engineering Lecture Materials science
Tuesday, 06 July 2021, 3pm to 4pm
Molecularly Imprinted Polymers (MIPs) are porous materials that enable specific binding of their respective target molecules; while they mimic the affinity of natural recognition elements, they are low-cost, robust (can withstand extremes of pH and T), and can be used for templates as small as ions to large macromolecules. With Dr Marloes Peeter, Senior Lecturer in Electrochemical Interfaces, Newcastle University.
Engineering Materials science Panel discussion Physics
Tuesday, 15 June 2021, 2pm to 3pm
From the transition to renewable technologies and the impact of the Covid pandemic, the civil aviation industry will transform in the coming years. A panel event hosted by the Oxford Aeronautical Society with Sir Stephen Hillier (Chair of the Civil Aviation Authority and former Chief of the Air Staff), Grazia Vittadini ( Airbus’ Chief Technology Officer), and RAdm Simon Henley (former Aircraft Engineer Officer in the Royal Navy and adviser with Reaction Engines).
Materials science Medical science Panel discussion Physics
Tuesday, 08 June 2021, 2.30pm to 3.30pm
With Dr Thomas Smith, Head of Aerospace Medicine Research and Clinical Senior Lecturer in Anaesthetics (KCL); Yvette Gonzalez, Bioastronautics Researcher and Epidemiological and Human Resilience expert at the International Institute for Aeronautical Science (IIAS); and Dr Adam Crellin (MSc in Space Physiology and Health from King’s College London) who has lectured internationally about healthcare delivery in extreme environments and is also an analog astronaut at the Austrian Space Forum. A panel hosted by the Oxford Aeronautical Society.