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City’s Cancer Breakthrough

3 November 2017

The microbubble work has been highlighted on the front...

The microbubble work has been highlighted on the front cover of the Yorkshire Evening Post: City’s Cancer Breakthrough




Adam Churchman wins prestigious poster prize at MicroTAS 2016 conference, Dublin, Ireland

13 October 2016

We are delighted to announce that Adam Churchman, a 3rd year PhD student in the...

We are delighted to announce that Adam Churchman, a 3rd year PhD student in the Molecular and Nanoscale Physics group has been awarded the Lab on a Chip Widmer Poster Prize at MicroTAS 2016 with his microbubble poster 'Forming oil layer inside microbubbles through single step microfluidics, towards hydrophobic drug delivery'.

This is an international conference with over 1000 delegates on the recent advancements in microfluidics and lab-on-a-chip technology.

Adam and his poster, one of over 700 at the conference, were selected for judging and he went on to win the prestigious honour for the best presented poster of the conference.

Well done Adam!




Annual Microbubble Symposium

8 April 2016

Speakers Announced

We are pleased to announce that registration for the 6th Annual Microbubble Symposium is now open for business.

The Leeds Microbubble Consortium are once again hosting the Symposium at Weetwood Hall, Leeds. The Symposium will run from Monday 18th July to Tuesday 19th July and will include talks on Fabrication, Characterisation and Translational Applications from a variety of speakers.

We are pleased to announce that the following speakers have been confirmed:

Professor John Callan, Ulster University
Professor David Jayne, University of Leeds
Dr Alexander Klibanov, University of Virginia
Dr Ine Lentacker, University of Ghent
Professor Margaret Wheatley, University of Drexel
Professor Marie Pierre Krafft, Institut Charles Sadron
Professor David Goertz, University of Toronto
Dr Steven Lind, University of Manchester
Dr Jeff Bamber, Institute of Cancer Research
Dr Joachim Klode, University Hospital Essen
Dr Helen Mulvana, University of Glasgow
Dr James Choi, Imperial College London
Dr Massimo Mischi, Eindhoven University of Technology

Don't miss out on what will be another year of high profile talks, networking and the all important poster session!

Sign up via the registration page here - www.microbubbles.leeds.ac.uk/annual-symposium/registration-form.html

Further details will be posted on the microbubble website and you can also follow us on Twitter @Microbubble_LU and use the #MBLeeds16 for all the latest updates.

 

 




Registration open

14 March 2016

We are pleased to announce that registration for the 6th Annual Microbubble...

We are pleased to announce that registration for the 6th Annual Microbubble Symposium is now open for business.

Don't miss out on what will be another year of high profile talks, networking and the all important poster session.

Sign up via the registration page here - www.microbubbles.leeds.ac.uk/annual-symposium/registration-form.html




Outstanding achievement

5 February 2016

Congratulations to Victoria Mico, a PhD student in the Leeds Microbubble...

Congratulations to Victoria Mico, a PhD student in the Leeds Microbubble Consortium and Physics and Astronomy at University of Leeds, who has been selected to display a poster at the 2016 SET for Britain event in the Houses of Parliament.

This is a fantastic achievement and demonstrates the high quality work that Victoria has produced.

The event is scheduled to take place on 7th March and Victoria's work will be listed in the Biological and Biomedical and Sciences category, under the title 'Spot the tumour: treating cancer with tiny bubbles'.

Congratulations to Victoria on behalf of the Molecular & Nanoscale Physics Group.




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