Smart Nano-objects for Alteration of Lipid bilayers (SNAL) Initial Training Network is a multidisciplinary EU-funded 7th Framework Programme specially designed to provide scientific and transferable skill training and career development for early stage researchers and experienced researchers in the field of lipid research.

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Participate 6th Workshop on biomaterials, cell membranes and lipid bilayers 2017 Altafulla Spain See details

Unilever: Course on lipid science and technology

Date: 12 September 2017 (morning)

Location: Online

Time: 10:00 – 13:00 CET (9:00 – 12:00 UK)

Online (WebEx) half-day course for SNAL ESRs and ERs (see program of the event)

Specific course on lipid science and technology (inter-sectorial)

Unilever has extensive knowledge of basic physical chemistry about lipid structures, phases and interactions with polymers and surfactants. This capability underpins the company’s leading business activities in food and personal care sectors. The structuring, rheological and mechanical properties and stability of these systems rely critically on the tuning of interfacial molecular composition and structure.

Dr Neil Parry Introduction to Unilever, and the sustainable living plan

 

Dr Massimo Noro Modelling skin lipids

 

Dr Ian Tucker Identifying the structural origins of ethnic variations
in human hair

Ian Tucker

Unilever, UK D.Phil Chemical Physicist with over 25 years experience in Home and Personal Care R&D, particularly concerning product microstructure. Expert in surfactant self-assembly, polymer-surfactant interactions, emulsions and electrokinetic factors affecting colloidal stability. more...

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