11 November 2013
As part of the Academy's "Innovation in..." series, this event aims to provide an overview of some of the most recent advances in materials, showcasing applications that have reached society or are expected to in the next five to ten years.
Keywords: innovation, materials, Professor Mark Miodownik, Dr Martin Kemp, nanomaterials, nanotechnology, graphene, Dr Tom Ellis, synthetic biology, Professor Bill O’Neill, additive manufacturing, 3d printing, Dr Bernie Rickinson, material theft, Dr John Haddock, light weighting, aerospace, Professor Ravi Silva, photovoltaic, solar panels, David Farrar, biomaterials, implants
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