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Examples of previous approved travels

    • Matthew Capener
      • Fifth International Conference on Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology on dates New Zealand from 7th -11th February 2011. Purpose: to obtain a broad overview and have the opportunity to discuss new and exciting advances in the field with people from a wide range of backgrounds and to see how these may be applied to generating new receptor coatings and potentially develop future collaborations.TRAVEL REPORT
      • Lab Visit: Professor James Bradley at the Technological Plasma research group at the University of Liverpool , 1-3rd December 2010. Purpose: to investigate plasma polymerisation as a potentially reproducible way to generate uniform nanometre thick films with nanodomains on microcantilevers for sensing.TRAVEL REPORT
    • Jamie Walters
    • Felice Torrisi
      • Lab Visit: Maurizio Prato’s Chemistry Laboratory, University of Trieste – Italy, 27 March – 9 April 2011. Purpose: Collaboration with a Chemistry group in order to develop a suitable transparent and conductive graphene-ink for ink-jet printing flexible and transparent electronics. The work will mainly focus on stabilization of graphene dispersion in aqueous solution by mild chemical functionalization.
    • Juan Martinez-Hutardo
    • Ranjith Rajasekharan
    • Robert Weatherup
    • Daniel Strange
      • European Chapter of the Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society (TERMIS) in Grenada, Spain from 7th June – 10th June.
      • GEM4 summer school on “Cellular and Molecular Mechanics with a focus on Biological Machines” to be held at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia, USA from the 20th of June – 1st July
    • Kieran Fahy
      • MRS 2011 in San Francisco from April 25th-29th
      • ECS 2011, in Montreal from 1st-5th May + Lab visit to Prof JP Dodelet at his lab in the Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique
    • Talia Gershon
    • Olivia Nicoletti
      • MRS 2011 in San Francisco from April 25th-29th
    • Stefan Guldin
      • SPIE Optics & Photonics, San Diego, 21 - 25 August 2011. Lab visits to NYU (Soft Matter Centre) and Harvard (Aizenberg)

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