Desty Memorial award

October 6, 2010

Dr Maria-Magdalena Titirici from The Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces has been awarded the 15th Desty Memorial award for her work on the use of thermo responsive polymers in reverse phase chromatography.

Dr Maria-Magdalena Titirici from The Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces has been awarded the 15th Desty Memorial award for her work on the use of thermo responsive polymers in reverse phase chromatography.

The award will be presented at the 15th Desty Memorial Lecture for Innovation In Separation Science, which will take place in the Royal Institution of Great Britain on 6 October 2010. During the event Dr Titirici will present a lecture on her work.

Dr Titirici heads the research group for sustainable functional carbonaceous and polymeric materials at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces. The group has ten members consisting of four PhD students, three postdoctoral fellows, two visiting scientists and one technician.

To hear the award lectures and lectures from Tony Edge, Gillian Greenway, Brett Paull, Keith Fadgen, Johan Roeraade and Milos Novotny contact Professor Peter Myers. Details are available at www.desty.org.uk

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