Less is More: Innovations in Forensic Science Nanotechnology
About this event
It's a great pleasure to invite you to the Society’s annaul conference and AGM entitled Less is More: Innovations in Forensic Science Nanotechnology, which will be held at the University of Warwick, Coventry, on Saturday 10th November 2012.
Further information about this important event is available at www.forensic-science-society.org.uk/Events/2012/Autumn. Online registration is now available at www.forensic-science-society.org.uk/Events/2012/Autumn/Bookings. We would like to advise you that the early registration deadline is Friday 31st July, and we highly encourage you to register before the deadline to benefit from lower registration fees. We would also like to inform you that, if you are not yet a member of The Forensic Science Society, you can still apply for membership before the conference through our website www.forensic-science-society.org.uk/membership and benefit from the special registration fees offered to our members.
This one day conference will look at new and innovative technology in the field of Forensic Science Nanotechnology and will highlight the current forensic applications in this ever emerging field. Such applications are varied and to date have impacted upon the detection of drugs, explosives, DNA and fingerprints.
As a significant networking opportunity the conference will bring together those in the fields of academia, research, and Forensic Science, both on a practitioner and industry basis.
On the 10th November, we will be joined by:-
- Professor David Russell, Professor of Chemistry & Head of School, University of East Anglia.
- Professor Ashok Adya, Chair of Nanotechnology, Abertay University.
- Professor Zulf Ali, Dean of Teesside University’s Graduate Research School, Teesside University.
- Dr John Henry, Lecturer in Forensic Science, Tresham Institute of Further & Higher Education.
- Dr Nunzianda Frascione, Post-Doctoral Researcher, Department of Forensic Science & Drug Monitoring, Kings College London.
- Ray Fysh, Environmental Profiling Unit Manager University of Reading & Dr Stuart Black, Senior Lecturer, School of Human and Environmental Studies, University of Reading.
Following the closure of The Forensic Science Service, The Forensic Science Society is endeavoring to play a role in supporting research & development and this forthcoming conference on Innovations in Forensic Science Nanotechnology will be an interesting day.
We look forward to receiving your booking for the conference. If you would like any further information then please do not hesitate to contact the Society.