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Outreach activity at Bubble HQ

4 July 2014

Louise Coletta and Gemma Marsten recently hosted a tour and discussion around...

Louise Coletta and Gemma Marsten recently hosted a tour and discussion around the microbubble work at St James' University Hospital.

A number of School pupils attended a two day outreach event, where they learnt about different areas of Science, including Microbubbles and the current work the team are undertaking to cure cancer.

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Final Programme available from Monday!

2 July 2014

The finalised programme for this year's Microbubble Symposium will be available...

The finalised programme for this year's Microbubble Symposium will be available from Monday 7th July.

We will be circulating a link to all confirmed attendees next week.




Wine Tasting Session

30 June 2014

This year’s annual Microbubble Symposium will include an exclusive wine tasting...

This year’s annual Microbubble Symposium will include an exclusive wine tasting session lead by local Yorkshire man, Scott Hanby, Account Manager from Tate Smith in Malton. Previous to this role he was the Assistant Manager at Costcutter in Boston Spa.

There will be an opportunity to taste a selection of wines from across the world and the night will finish on one of Britain’s finest sparkling’s. Scott will be available for questions about the selection of wines throughout the session.

This opportunity is open to all attendees of the 2014 Microbubble Symposium at Weetwood Hall and will take place following the meal on the Monday 14th July.

 




Valeria Garbin - Speaker Profile

26 June 2014

Valeria Garbin is a Lecturer in the Department of Chemical Engineering at...

Valeria Garbin is a Lecturer in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London. Her research interests are in microscale transport phenomena with applications to biological flows and drug delivery, processing flows, formulated products, and self-assembly. 

Dr Garbin has previously held post-doctoral researcher appointments in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania (2009-2012) and in Applied Physics at the University of Twente (2007-2009), where she was funded by a Rubicon fellowship of the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). She holds a PhD from the Department of Physics at Università di Trieste, and a first degree in Physics from Università di Padova. 

 

 




Get to know our sponsors!

17 June 2014

To learn more about each of our sponsors and what they do, please click on the...

To learn more about each of our sponsors and what they do, please click on the following links:

Epigem

Weidlinger Associates

iTherea Medical

National Physical Laboratory

izon

Vision Research

Specialised Imaging

Malvern Instruments




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