DCC co-hosts Australian Nanotechnology Alliance (ANA) seminar
Davies Collison Cave joined the ANA and the Australian Synchrotron in co-hosting the first ANA seminar for 2011. The seminar series enables researchers, industry and government to come together and learn how working together can generate new products or opportunities. The seminar attended by over 70 guests also included a tour of the Australian Synchrotron.
Speakers on the night were: Dr Tom Caradoc-Davies, Principal Scientist – Macromolecular Crystallography who spoke on “Better Living through photons: Macromolecular Crystallography at the Australian Synchrotron” and Dr Rahul K Gupta, Senior Research Fellow, RMIT who spoke on “Nanocomposite applications and properties – from packaging films to cables”.
We wish to thank Dr David Cookson, Head of Beamline Science and Operations at the Australian Synchrotron for his assistance in staging the event at the Synchrotron.