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The University of Southampton

Dave Adams Seminar

28 January 2015
Building 27, Room 2001 Chemistry University of Southampton Southampton SO17 1BJ

For more information regarding this seminar, please email Geoff Hyett at .

Event details

Dave Adams presents a seminar as part of the Functional Inorganic Materials and Supramolecular Chemistry Research Group's seminar series.

Dave Adams

Title: tba

All welcome to attend

Speaker information

Dr Dave Adams, University of Liverpool. Dave Adams is a graduate of the University of Leeds (1995), carrying out his PhD with Professor James Clark (University of York). He has worked in a wide range of scientific areas including the synthesis of selectively fluorinated aromatic molecules, the use of supercritical carbon dioxide as a solvent for carrying out stereoselective reactions, chemistry in perfluorinated liquids, block copolymer and peptide synthesis and self-assembly and generation of anisotropic particles. He has worked in both academic (York, Leeds, Leicester) and industrial (Unilever) environments. He joined the University of Liverpool in 2008 with current research interests including the synthesis and self-assembly of polymers and peptides.

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