Biomaterials Discovery

Biomaterials Discovery investigators featured on "100 Ways to Change the World" campaign


In June 2023, University of Nottingham academics Derek Irvine, Morgan Alexander, Paul Williams, Don Sharkey, and Adam Dundas collaborated with water management company Angel Guard to create a world-first anti-biofilm polymer called Bactigon®️/KELT-7 that could save thousands of lives.

This collaboration has been selected to be part of the University's new campaign 100 Ways to Change the World, celebrating stories that illustrate how the university is changing the world via our research, our people, and alongside the communities that we serve.

This and other related stories can be found here.

Posted on Wednesday 20th December 2023

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