IPRIME Research Webcast Series
IPRIME presents a web series designed to inform our company members on a wide range of recent scientific and technological research developments. IPRIME faculty from seven programs will discuss important insights to current research areas of industry interest. See Webcasts
MP Synthetic Polymer Chemistry Webcast Series 2010-11
Please note--this series is no longer available. Contact the presenter for further information. (Updated 10-3-16)
The Microstructured Polymers (MP) group of IPRIME presents a webcast seminar series on Synthetic Polymer Chemistry. Five seminars will be delivered by polymer chemists from across the nation working in areas that are of interest to member companies.
High Throughput Strategies for Polymer Science
Polymer Self Assembly for Nanostructured Electronic Devices
Soft Materials: Designing Polymer Networks for Mechanical Properties
Research Director Costantino Creton, Physical Chemistry of Polymers and Dispersed Media Sciences Laboratory, French National Center for Science. Held October 28, 2008 at 9:45 a.m., Smith Hall 311, University of Minnesota.
Big Polymers from Small Catalysts: Synthesis and Assembly of Comb Block Copolymers
Robust Nanostructural Materials for Fundamental Studies and Applications in Nanomedicine
Nanostructured Composites of Polymers and Ionic Liquids
Putting the Fizz Into Materials
Microstructured Polymers Webcast Series 2011-12
Please note-this series is no longer available. Contact the presenter for further information. (Updated 10-3-16)
The Microstructured Polymers group of IPRIME presents a polymers webcast seminar series. Six seminars were delivered by polymer chemists from across the nation working in areas that are of interest to member companies.
Environmentally Responsive Hairy Particles and Block Copolymer Micelles Seminar
Nanostructured Materials for Organic Electro-optics
Novel Charged Polymers: From Biomineralization to Fuel Cell Membranes
Synthesis of Protein-Polymer Hybrid Materials for Nanotechnology
PGAAs: Versatile and Degradable Glycopolymers for Nucleic Acid Delivery and Diagnostic Imaging
MUFFINS: A New Polymer Hydrogel Biosensor Array Technology
The "Antisense" Nanoparticle
Chad A. Mirkin, Professor of Chemistry, Medicine, & Materials Science and Engineering, and Director of the International Institute for Nanotechnology, Northwestern University, IL. Held April 5, 2007, 9:45 a.m., Smith Hall 331, University of Minnesota.