Super-materials transform our way of life, find out how it can change how you communicate your Science
Presented by: Flinders University College of Science and Engineering
From jet fuel to human tissue, science is engineering the future and transforming our way of life. But how can the scientific community more effectively share our progress with the wider community and get the support needed to turn ideas into reality?
At this session, researchers, students and academics can learn how to commercialise and communicate their science with Professor Oded Shoseyov (Israel). The Hebrew University of Jerusalem faculty member has co-authored more than 160 scientific publications, invented or co-invented more than 50 patents and has been a recipient of many scientific, entrepreneurship and innovation awards.
Don't miss your chance to learn from Professor Shoseyov's transformative Science journey!
Prof. Oded Shoseyov
“If you want to have a new idea, open an old book! The book was written over 3 billion years of evolution, and the text is the DNA of all living organisms. All we need is to read that DNA code and start our progress from the...
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