22nd September 2011 - 14:00 GMT
Much of the engineering and manufacturing of the past and present, including nanotechnology, has involved a ‘top-down’ approach where smaller structures have been created from larger ones. Increasingly, however, new possibilities exist for creating exciting novel materials at the nanoscale and products derived from them by a ‘bottom-up’ approach where materials are built up from smaller sub-units.
This webinar will look at examples of such bottom up approaches from different sectors including biosensing, electronics and regenerative medicine. It will also consider how biomimetic approaches could give rise to new generations of products.
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