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Professor Jamie Warner

Congratulations to Professor Jamie Warner of the Department of Materials, who has been awarded a prestigious ACS Nano Lectureship. The lectureship is one of the top global awards for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. The award lectures will be given at ChinaNano in Beijing in August 2019. Prof Warner is also one of the PIs for the Oxford-Suzhou Centre for Advanced Research in China.

For more information see the ACS Nano website.

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