Are you a scientist working at Brightlands?
Mission Brightlands Science Lectures:
Brightlands stimulates collaborative innovation by creating a high end platform where talented, entrepreneurial and leading academic and industrial scientists in the field of Materials get inspired by discussing important, application driven and explorative, research questions. This way Brightlands can help and support scientists to make a difference and contribute to a more sustainable society.
Collaborative innovation is key to the further development of the Brightlands campuses. That’s why Brightlands organizes four Brightlands Science Lectures a year, where leading scientists present their work on innovative developments in the fields of materials and health, relevant for society.
At the Brightlands Science Lectures you learn and obtain new insights relevant for your career, but you can also meet with peers during the free lunch.
Furthermore, young talented scientists in the beginning of their career will kick-start every Brightlands Science Lecture by presenting a 15-minutes Kickstarter Lecture, before giving the floor to the leading keynote scientific speaker.
This way the Brightlands science community supports scientists to improve quality of life – and that’s exactly our mission!
Although targeted at the scientist community, all campus residents are invited to attend the lectures; also other interested persons are welcome to attend.
Check out the LinkedIn Group Brightlands Science Lectures.
Brightlands Science Advisory Board
The Brightlands Science Lectures Calendar 2017 is set up by the Brightlands Science Advisory Board. Members are:
Brightlands Science Lectures 2019
Professor Alejandro J. Müller
‘Templating crystallization in double and triple crystalline melt miscible copolymers and terpolymers’
Brightlands Science Lectures 2018
Lecture Dr. ir. Bart Knols
“Molecules for health in Africa”
Lecture Prof. Timothy Lodge
“Thermoreversible Gelation of Methylcellulose”
Lecture Prof.dr.ir. Bert Weckhuysen
“Hunting for the Hidden Chemistry in Solid Catalysts: Towards a Molecular Movie”
Brightlands Science Lectures 2017