09:00      Registration

09:25      Welcome – Dr Simon Gibbon | Chair of FSTG

Session One – Chair TBC

09:30      Title TBC
              Prof Ijeoma Uchegbu | University College London

10:10      Methylselenocysteine loaded chitosan:zein nanoparticles: Formulation, characterisation, and extensive in-vitro evaluations
              Giuliana Vozza | Dublin Institute of Technology

10:30     Nanoencapsulation by Interfacial Polymerisation
              Lionel Petton | Agfa-Gevaert

11:10      Tea/Coffee + exhibition, posters & networking

Session Two – Chair TBC

11:20      Using solutions for fragrance oil encapsulation to develop local delivery of highly cytotoxic drugs
              Dr Olivier Cayre | University of Leeds

12:00      Metal-organic framework capsules
              Darren Bradshaw | University of Southampton

12:20      Lunch + exhibition, posters & networking

 Session Three – Chair TBC

13:20     Membrane emulsification: an innovative continuous process to create highly uniform capsules
              Dr Marijana M Dragosavac | University of Loughborough

14:00      Encapsulation of Probiotic bacteria in edible carboxymethyl cellulose-gelatin water-in-water emulsions and Chitosan Hybrid Micro- and          
              Macroparticles
              Poonam Singh | CQC University of Coimbra Portugal

14:20      Energy Nanocapsules for Thermo-Regulating Paints and Textiles
              Dmitry Shchukin | University of Liverpool

14:40      Encapsulating living microorganisms via ice-templating
              Francisco M Fernandes | Sorbonne Universités, UPMC Univ Paris

Session Four – Chair TBC

15:10      Tea/coffee + exhibition, posters & networking

15:40      Microfluidic approaches for capsule formation via continuous phase inversion
              Joao Cabral | Imperial College London

16:20      Metal–Organic Frameworks (MOFs): a novel host platform for enzymatic immobilisation
              Clemence Sicard | Université Paris-Saclay

16:40      Mucoadhesive maleimide-functionalised liposomes for drug delivery to urinary bladder
              Daulet Kaldybekov | University of Reading

17:00      Close – followed by networking reception with mulled wine

 

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