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Polymer Group/Macromolecular Materials Lab Celebration Conference

last modified Oct 09, 2015 04:57 PM
A reunion conference was hosted in the University of Cambridge on 25th and 26th September 2015 to celebrate the career of Professor Alan Windle, and the ongoing activities of the Macromolecular Materials Lab.

This meeting celebrated Professor Alan Windle's more than 40 years contribution to our Polymer Group/Macromolecular Materials Lab, and highlighted the ongoing activities of the Macromolecular Materials Lab and its alumni in the wider community. More than 150 former and current group members, including families and friends, attended this celebration. Scientific presentations and remembrances were given on the Friday afternoon, followed by a dinner in Trinity College and family activities on Saturday.


Alan's presentation

                               Professor Alan Windle in his presentation

 

Alan's formal dinner

                      All attendants in our formal dinner in Trinity College

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