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ONE DAY MEETING - MAKING LIGHT WORK

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A one day scientific meeting on harnessing the sun’s energy – ranging from chloroplasts to solar cells – OPEN TO ALL who are interested

Programme: 9.30-9.40 – Professor Alison Smith – Introduction : 9.45-10.25 – Professor Jim Barber (Imperial) – Introductory Survey Lecture : 10.25-10.55 – Coffee : 10.55-11.30 – Professor John Gray – Chloroplasts 11.30-12.05 – Professor Neil Greenham – Polymer Solar Cells : 12.05-12.35 – Professor Gehan Amaratunga – Nanostructured Solar Cells : 12.35-14.15 – Lunch : 14.15-14.50 – Professor Chris Howe – Algae as a source of Biofuels : 14.50-15.25 – Dr Adrian Fisher – Bio-Photovoltaics : 15.25-15.55 – Tea : 15.55-16.30 – Dr Richard Douthwaite (York) – Water-splitting Catalysis : 16.30-17.00 – Discussion session chaired by Professor Archie Howie

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