Soft Matter Materials team members, Kubra, Leona, Daniel and Julian presented at the Queensland Student Chemistry Symposium (QSCS) in Townsville last week. Well done everyone! Thank you to the RACI's organizing team for an amazing job.
Soft Matter Materials team members presented their work at the QUT Centre for Materials Science's 'Future Materials Symposium'. Congratulations to Marvin for winning the poster slam award for his work on photoresist design.
Congratulations to Jessica Pelloth, our most recent PhD graduate. Check out some of Jessica’s and @VinhXTruong’s cool work on light responsive hydrogels in Advanced Materials here https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/adma.202102184 @QUT @QUTmaterials
Thank you @HouckHannes from @warwickchem - one of our joint PhD alumni with @Filip_Du_Prez - for an excellent talk today @QUTmaterials. Fun and productive photochemistry planning session - exciting science ahead @QUT
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