Ass.prof.Marleen Kamperman will speak about her research on the biologically inspired synthesis of polymers and nanostructured surfaces with controlled adhesive properties during the Dies Natalis, 97th anniversary celebration of Wageningen University.
The 97th anniversary celebration of Wageningen University is dedicated to the nature part of the domain: healthy food and living environment.
During the official celebration of our Dies Natalis, ecologist and renowned wildlife photographer dr. ir. Ruben Smit, director of the award-winning documentary ‘The New Wilderness’, will share his views and insights on the theme ‘fascinating nature’. Several of leading young scientists will reflect on the theme, based on their scientific work. One of the speakers is Asst.prof.Marleen Kamperman from Physical Chemistry and Colloid Science Chair Group. She will talk about her research on the biologically inspired synthesis of polymers and nanostructured surfaces with controlled adhesive properties. For more information about the speakers and the program, please visit the official website: