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Bubbles-Particles-Capsules-Fibres at all scales!

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Dr Geoff Hale.

Anyone interested in the topic is welcome. Light refreshments from 19:00. Note - new venue on West Cambridge site.

Inventing novel methods of making fine bubbles, particles, capsules and fibres of the micro-nano scale is an essential part of modern advanced materials science and engineering. The quest to make these structures in a reproducible manner with high productivity and process control is a hot topic of many worldwide research laboratories. These structures play an important part in key areas like healthcare engineering which is of a very high utilitarian value and public demand. The Biomaterials Processing & Forming Laboratory at University College London has been at the forefront of this research and this talk will illustrate how these developments are currently taking place at great pace.

This talk is part of the Cambridge and Anglian Materials Society meetings series.

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