17. What will the format of your event be?:
Series of linked presentations
18. Please give any details about the format of your event you feel are relevant.:
Presently the feeling of the local organising committee is that a series of talks is the preferred format.
Chemistry department lecture theatre
20. Venue requirements:
Standard lecture theatre
13. Description of the core message of your event and key topics to be covered (c.100 words):
Topics to be drawn from industrial contacts in the local area. The following have been approached; Proctor and Gamble the technology of detergents, International Paints - new advances in anti-fouling paints. Grant Burgess: new technology to destroy biofilms (with implications for industry and healthcare). There is also the possibility of looking at trains from Stephenson to Hitachi.
14. Does the event have particular local relevance?:
15. If so, please indicate what this is:
Links to local industries and the strengths of the local chemical industrial sector. Major developments will be covered, subject to commercial sensitivity, of course.
22. Do you consider that the event will attract press interest?:
23. If yes, please summarise up to 4 key points you think will be of press interest:
The technology being developed to attack biofilms is something that could revolutionise liquid processing and healthcare.
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10. Which of the following areas of science does your event best fit into?:
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