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Next Generation Ideas

Next Generation Ideas
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Post Docs and PhD students from the EPSRC Programme Grant in Next Generation Biomaterials Discovery presented their scientific ideas to our panel of experts last week,
Date:
23/11/2017

Nature Methods paper published

Nature Methods paper published
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The first paper from the 3D OrbiSIMS (a new molecular imaging technology) was published this week in Nature Methods illustrating label free biomedical chemical imaging.
Date:
16/11/2017

Visitors for Biomaterials Discovery

Visitors for Biomaterials Discovery
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The Chancellor of the University of Nottingham, Sir Andrew Witty, visited the University on 14th November, which included a visit to the EPSRC Programme Grant in Next Generation Biomaterials Discovery.
Date:
16/11/2017

Second Place for the Oasis

Second  Place for the Oasis
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'The Art in Science' Post-graduate researcher image competition, as part of the Creative Reactions project at the Pint of Science festival.
Date:
13/11/2017

Medical Device Discussion

Description
Yves Bayon from Medtronic visited the University of Nottingham and gave a seminar
Date:
09/11/2017

Britta Koch Receives Early Career Researcher Award

Britta Koch Receives Early Career Researcher Award
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Dr Britta Koch received the 2017 Early Career Researcher award of the Biomaterial Interface Division at the AVS 64th International Symposium in Tampa, Florida.
Date:
06/11/2017

Morgan Alexander awarded the British Vacuum 2017 Senior prize

Morgan Alexander awarded the British Vacuum 2017 Senior prize
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Morgan Alexander was awarded the British Vacuum 2017 Senior Prize at AVS, before his Biointerfaces Plenary Lecture
Date:
02/11/2017

Water contact angle is not a good predictor of biological responses to materials

Water contact angle is not a good predictor of biological responses to materials
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An article has just been published in Biointerphases to contextualize our recent polymer library observations in the wider literature of water contact angle (WCA) and surface energetics.
Date:
13/07/2017

Microparticle hole in one

Microparticle hole in one
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BBC Sport picked up on our research into particles with surfaces designed to guide stem cell differentiation; unfortunately they were looking for an image to illustrate how surface texture can guide golf balls!
Date:
13/07/2017
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