“Science in a Creative Society” is a new program on ALLATRA TV. In the program on April 21, 2020 at 15:00 GMT, in a live conversation we will talk about the application of nanomaterials in biomedicine.
The program will feature a scientist and a great person – Dr. José Miguel García-Martín, PhD, Scientific Researcher at the Institute of Micro and Nanotechnology of the Spanish National Research Council (Madrid, Spain). Dr. José Miguel led the project «Nanoimplant», which won the IDEA² Madrid Award (a partnership of the Madrid Government and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology – MIT, USA).
Moreover, Dr. José Miguel was a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the Northeastern University (Boston, USA), and led the project “Evaluation of nanostructured coatings for implants”.
We will discuss two important trends of modern research at the junction of two sciences – physics and medicine:
- antibacterial nanostructured coatings for biomedicine. Obtaining such coatings from titanium (Ti) nanocolumns, as well as tellurium (Te) nanorods;
- anticancer tellurium (Te) nanostructures.
In our conversation with Dr. José Miguel, we will also talk about popularization of science in society, interesting approaches to training young scientists, creative society, what science would be like in such a society, what issues it would solve, and what inventions people would see.
Live broadcast will take place on Tuesday, April 21, 2020 at 15:00 (GMT – Greenwich Mean Time) on ALLATRA TV channel. The main language of the broadcast is English, with simultaneous interpretation into Russian, Spanish, German, Czech, and Ukrainian. We invite everyone to watch and participate in our online discussions!
We kindly invite experts in the field of natural sciences to participate in the program “Science in a Creative Society”.
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