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EPSRC funded Industrial Exchange Forum (IEF) with Synthomer

When Dec 08, 2015
from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Where Hauser Forum, West Cambridge.
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Synthomer is one of the world’s major suppliers of latices and speciality emulsion polymers and is keen to build close collaboration with the University. This format of meeting is exceptionally well suited to foster understanding and to identify mutually interesting opportunities for research and teaching collaborations. Essentially, using the services of an experienced guide in the art of brainstorming, a team of University  staff, post-docs and research students will come up with innovative solutions to a number of technical issues that relate to Synthomer’s chemical processing operations. Through discussion with Synthomer’s senior technical management we have chosen the attached list of issues for the day. Previous experience with the polymer synthesis industry is not essential but if you would like to participate in the Forum then please e-mail your interest to me as soon as possible.

 

Please contact Prof Nigel Slater to register interest in attending.

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