This 2-day conference aims to bring together academics as well as industrialists with interest in hydrogels research, including their structure, properties and applications, either from polymeric networks - of synthetic or biological origin - or self-assembled surfactants or peptides.
King’s College London, Waterloo Campus, Franklin-Wilkins Building
The campus is next to London's South Bank arts and cultural quarter which includes the National Film Theatre and BFI Southbank, the Royal Festival Hall, the Hayward Gallery and the National Theatre. Three minutes walk away is Waterloo Station. Just down the road the Young Vic and Old Vic theatres add to the choice of theatre venues in this part of London. The campus has three main buildings, across the road from each other. The Franklin-Wilkins Building is one of London's largest university buildings and was completely refurbished and opened in 2000.
You can view a map of the venue here. It also offers a hotel search in the area.
Excellent transport links to the rest of London ensure that all of the capitals attractions are easily available to delegates.
More information to follow
Cécile Dreiss, King’s College London
Oren Scherman, University of Cambridge
Dave Adams, University of Liverpool
Vitaliy Khutoryanskiy, University of Reading
Claire Pizzey, Diamond Light Source