Superhydrophilic Surfaces Workshop
12 September 2011 - Manchester Met University
An interactive workshop to explore and disseminate the latest knowledge and cutting-edge technology in the rapidly growing field of photocatalytic and superhydrophilic surfaces.
There is increasing interest and advancement in titania-based photocatalytic and superhydrophilic surfaces for a wide range of novel applications including:
* self-cleaning windows and surfaces
* anti-fogging lenses
* antimicrobial surfaces
* air purification.
Significant industrial and academic research and development is already underway in this field; however, the multitude of production techniques being used, and the lack of standardised testing procedures, often leads to conflicting results.pss_workshop_flyer_12th_sept_2011.pdf
Process Safety Management Foundations (2 day course)
19-20th June 2013 - Cheshire A thorough and detailed understanding of process safety management
The National Industrial Symbiosis Programme (NISP) - Resource Matching Workshop
The National Industrial Symbiosis Programme (NISP) - Resource Matching Workshop 19th June 2013