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Biological & Medicinal Chemistry
New materials with an increasingly wide variety of properties and potential applications. This is opening up new frontiers in medicine, energy, and communications - to name but three.
Recent advances in bioengineering have enabled innovative solutions that have the possibility to revolutionize health care. ‘Personalized’ medical therapies, ultrasensitive biosensors, and biofabricated tissues are tantalizing close.
Should you consider incorporating these challenges into your research?
How could you apply developing knowledge to help solve the problems we face?
And can the way we share research results help accelerate this progress?
Join Professor Molly Stevens and Professor Ali Khademhosseini to discuss new approaches to grand challenges.
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