Event Archive

As part of the BioPACIFIC MIP Seminar Series, Professor Jason Hein of the University of British Columbia will discuss "Flexible Automation: A New Approach to Meet Evolving Challenges". Register to receive the webinar link.

Join BioPACIFIC MIP, the Materials Research Laboratory, and the Dow MI center for back to back seminars by Prof. Jia Niu ("Sustainability-Oriented Approaches to Precision Main-Chain Macromolecules") and Prof. Christian Pester ("Shining Light on Polymer Surfaces"). Register to receive webinar link.

The March BioPACIFIC MIP Seminar features Jan C.M. van Hest, professor of Bio-Organic Chemistry at the Eindhoven University of Technology and Director of the Institute for Complex Molecular Systems, presenting on "Polymer-Based Artificial Cells and Organelles". Register to receive the webinar link.

In February's BioPACIFIC MIP Seminar, Prof. Marc Hillmyer, McKnight Presidential Endowed Chair at the University of Minnesota and Director of the Center for Sustainable Polymers will discuss "Polyester Copolymers for Sustainable Plastics and Elastomers". Register to receive webinar link.

Do research at BioPACIFIC MIP! This virtual event will feature breakouts with the BioPACIFIC MIP technical and operations team to address your questions on equipment capabilities, proposal preparation and submission, and more. Register to receive the Zoom link. 11am PST / 2pm EST.

As part of the BioPACIFIC MIP series of webinars, Prof. Davita Watkins from the University of Mississippi will present "Supramolecular Polymer Hybrids: Linear-Dendritic Block Copolymers (LDBCs) as Novel Strategies for Theranostic Nanomedicine". Register to receive webinar link.

In the November installment of the BioPACIFIC MIP Seminar Series, Prof. Alshakim Nelson from the University of Washington will present "How Do You Get Here", sharing his experiences as a scientist in both industry and academia. Register to receive webinar link.

In the second of our BioPACIFIC MIP Seminar Series, UCSB Professor Craig Hawker will discuss "Entrepreneurial Polymer Chemistry", linking bench top research to the development of commercial products. Register to receive the webinar link.

A new monthly webinar series featuring research talks by leaders in the field of biomaterials kicks off on September 13 (1pm PT) with Prof. Christopher Bowman, from the University of Colorado Boulder, presenting on “Polymers and Light: Towards Advanced Photoresponsive Materials”. Register to receive webinar link.

Come learn about scalable production of bio-derived building blocks and polymers from yeast, fungi, and bacteria!