On November 13, the Centre for Advanced Materials and Biomaterials Research hosted a "CAMBR Distinguished Lecturer and Research Day", with participation from CAMBR faculty members, graduate students and post doctoral research fellows from the faculties of Engineering and Science and the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry. Professor Linda Nazar from the University of Waterloo was the Distinguished Lecturer for this event; with the title of her presentation "Energy Materials and Climate Change" (see photo, below). Details of her research interests in materials for energy storage can be found at http://www.science.uwaterloo.ca/%7elfnazar/. Following a Welcome Message from John Capone, VP Research, the day long event consisted of 17 oral presentations and 60 poster contributions, with 140 participants. A banquet dinner capped off a full scientific program!
Details of the CAMBR Day program and abstracts are avaliable --> here <--.