2016 New Scientist Live in the ExCel Centre in London, Materials Today and the Materials Science Council at Elsevier
Location: ExCel Centre in London
On the 23rd September, from 10am – 5pm at New Scientist Live in the ExCel Centre in London, Materials Today and the Materials Science Council at Elsevier are organizing a one day materials science bonanza bringing together some of the world’s most well-known and thought provoking materials scientists to discuss the role of materials science in society and the next generation of materials discovery.
The program for the day is listed below:
- Professor Mark Miodownik, UCL, London, UK - Materials for the 21st Century
- Professor Abhay Pandit, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland - Redefining Identity of Disease, Tissue and Cells- A BioMaterials Paradigm
- Dr Eleanor Schofield, Conservation and Collections Care at the Mary Rose Trust, UK - The challenges in conserving and caring for the Mary Rose
A short panel discussion on communicating materials science will follow the presentation, with Professor Jonathan N Coleman, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland - Kitchen Physics: Using physics to produce state of the art nanomaterials using household implements, Professor Nicola Marzari, EPFL, Switzerland - Science 2.0: How computational materials science will change your world and Professor Emma Lundberg, KTH, Sweden - How to make gamers do science: Project DiscoveryFrom Friday, 23 September 2016 to Friday, 23 September 2016