Capitals researchers have spent the last few days (22 – 24 September 2016) at New Scientist Live with optical tweezers and the worlds smallest racetrack! It was a fantastic opportunity to let members of the public get hands on with cutting
Several membranes of the Capitals team have been taking part in the first Telluride Research Center meeting on Complexity in the Chemistry and Physics of Lipid Membranes 4 – 8 July 2016. Colin Bain (Durham), John Seddon (Imperial) and Rob Walker
We held our 4th advisory boards and science update meeting on 21 – 22 April 2016 in London. Another great couple of days bringing together all aspects of the Capitals programme and planning for the future.
Our latest 6 monthly science update meeting was held in Leeds on 17 – 18 November 2015.
Capitals have teamed up with the ‘Design Principles for New Soft Materials’ EPSRC Programme grant team to organise a Royal Society Discussion Meeting on ‘Soft Interfacial Materials: From Fundamentals to Formulation‘ from 12 – 13 October 2015. The meeting, organised
We’ve just held our technical review and advisory board meeting at Imperial College. Really exciting work presented and lots of new ideas coming out of the meeting.
The full Capitals team met for the 6 monthly science update meeting in Durham 19 – 20 November 2014. As always, a great opportunity to bring together all aspects of the Capitals work and develop new ideas.
Capitals co-organised and sponsored the Bicontinuous Cubic Phases meeting in Noosa, Australia, held as a satellite to the 2014 International Biophysics Congress. The meeting organised by John Seddon (Imperial) and Callum Drummond (RMIT, Melbourne) brought together groups from across the
We held the 2014 Capitals science update and advisory board meeting from 24 to 25 April at Imperial College. More really exciting work developing from the collaboration.
Our six monthly update meeting was held at the University of Nottingham in November 2013. Great summaries and discussion of really exciting work.